Exercise 6

Exercise 6 - 4 Which muscle tissues are controlled involuntarily C Analysis and Application 1 Describe how skeletal muscle fibers become

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Exercise 6: A. Matching ____ 1. Muscle fiber membrane A. sarcolemma ____ 2. Cellular connections between cardiocytesm B. intercalated disc ____ 3. Striated, uninucleated cells C. cardiac muscle ____4. Muscle tissues in tip of tongue D. skeletal muscle ____5. Muscle tissue in artery E. smooth muscle ____6. Voluntary muscle ____7. Nonstriated cells ____8. Involuntary, striated cells B. Short- Answer Questions 1. Which types of muscle tissues are striated? 2. Where in the body does smooth muscle occur? 3. What is the function of intercalates discs in cardiac muscle?
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Which muscle tissues are controlled involuntarily? C. Analysis and Application 1. Describe how skeletal muscle fibers become multinucleated. 2. Give an example that illustrates the involuntary control of cardiac muscle tissue. 3. How are smooth muscle cells similar to skeletal muscle fibers? How are they different from skeletal muscle fibers? 4. How are skeletal and cardiac muscle tissues similar to each other? How do these two types of muscle tissue differ from each other?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course BSC 2085 taught by Professor Gomez during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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Exercise 6 - 4 Which muscle tissues are controlled involuntarily C Analysis and Application 1 Describe how skeletal muscle fibers become

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