Quiz 5 - summation d. recruitment e. increasing the number...

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rq Ito Biology 301 Quiz #5 Fatl2009 Muscle PhysiologY 1. The smallest stimulus that causes a visible muscle contraction is a. the maximal stimulus b. the minimal stimulus c. the contraction stimulus @ft" threshold stimulus i. the recruiting stimulus 2. The assembly of a motor neuron plus all of the skeletal muscle fibers it innervates is called a -' a. fascicie b. motor end Plate c. muscle assemblY d. neuromuscular junction @motor unit 3. The type ofjoint where the humerus and ulna articulate is an example of a(n) a. synarthrosrs b- amohiarthrosis f"nlrrLt'norit \/ 4. Muscle tone is maintained bY --' a. snecific tone motor units fffiynck"onous random firing of motor units Ywave
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