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BIOLOGY 119 2 . 1 WINTER 2011 REFLEXES, SKELETAL MUSCLES & BODY FAT Biol. 119 Name _______________________________________ Pre-Lab Questions Lab Section _______ 1. Write out the steps of a normal pathway of a reflex arc: 2. Check off all values within a normal BMI range in the following table. BMI “normal” values are the same for men & women. 16 20 24 28 32 36 3. Diagram 1 sarcomere of a muscle cell at rest, showing the locations of the thick & thin myofilaments.
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BIOLOGY 119 2 . 2 WINTER 2011 4. Circle the 2 points on the graph that mark “median” strength of the males & females in this recent paper: D. Leyk, W. Gorges, D. Ridde
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Unformatted text preview: r , M. Wunderlich, T. Rüther, A. Sievert and D. Essfeld. 2007. Hand-grip strength of young men, women and highly trained female athletes. European Journal of Applied Physiology 99(4): 415-421. 5. Check off ALL of the traits that are “typical” of each type of skeletal muscle cell: Rich in Myoglobin Large Diameter High Endurance Primarily Anaerobic “Red” Fibers “White” Fibers 6. Mark the values in this table that are BELOW the minimum necessary essential body fat % of total mass, for men vs. women, with the letter B. Mark the values that are % of body fat indicating OBESITY, with O. 1% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% Men Women...
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