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Chapter 10 Muscle Tissue Pages 301 – 314; 318 – 320; 324—328; 331 1. Types of Muscle Tissue Skeletal Cardiac Smooth 2. Functions of Muscle Tissue 3. Properties of Muscle Tissue
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4. Skeletal Muscle Tissue: Fig. 10.1 Muscle Fiber Fascia Tendon Neuromuscular Junction A. Microscopic Anatomy of a Skeletal Muscle Fiber Skeletal Muscle Fiber Myoblasts 2
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Effect of Hormones Satellite Cells i. Sarcolemma, T tubules, and Sarcoplasm Fig 10.2 Sarcolemma T tubules Sarcoplasm 3
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ii.Myofibrils and Sarcoplasmic Reticulum: Fig. 10.3 Myobirils Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Muscular Atrophy Hypertrophy 7
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iii. Filaments and the Sarcomere Filaments: Thin and Thick Sarcomere: Z discs A band I band H zone M line Muscle Damage 9
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iv Muscle Proteins: Fig 10.5 3 kinds: Myosin Actin Tropomyosin Troponin Titin Myomesin Dystrophin 10
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Nebulin 5. CONTRACTION AND RELAXATION OF SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS The Sliding Filament Mechanism: Fig. 10.6 A. The Contraction Cycle: Fig 10.7 i. ATP Hydrolysis ii. Attachment of Myosin to Actin to Form Crossbridges
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Unformatted text preview: iii. Power Stroke iv. Detachment of Myosin from Actin B. Excitation-Contraction Coupling 12 13 14 Ca 2+ Release Channels Ca 2+ Active Transport Pumps Rigor Mortis C. The Neuromuscular Junction (in lab) 6. Muscle Metabolism Production of ATP in Muscle Fibers: Fig. 10.12 Creatine Phosphate Anaerobic Cellular Respiration Aerobic Cellular Respiration 15 Muscle Fatigue Oxygen Debt 16 17 7. Types Of Skeletal Muscle Fibers Red White Slow Oxidative Fibers Fast Oxidative-Glycolytic Fibers Fast Glycolytic Fibers Comparison: Table 10.1 18 8. Cardiac Muscle Tissue 9. Smooth Muscle Tissue: Fig. 10.17 Visceral Multiunit 19 20 21 10. Comparison of 3 types of muscular tissue Table 10.2 11. Diseases: i. Myasthenia Gravis ii. Muscular Dystrophy iii. Abnormal Contractions: Spasm Cramp Tic Tremor Fibrillation 22 23 24...
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