ECE_3820_lecture_4_2011

ECE_3820_lecture_4_2011 - Today (9/08), lecture #4 1)...

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Today (9/08), lecture #4 1) Homework answers are on the board. 2) Skeletal muscle physiology Tuesday (9/13), lecture #5 1) Quiz #2: 10 minutes 2) Finish cell physiology and transport Thursday (9/15), lecture #6 1) Biomedical engineering as a profession 2) Diffusion and mass transfer
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Muscle Physiology
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Skeletal Smooth Cardiac Three types of muscle
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Skeletal Muscle Myofibrils from rabbit skeletal muscle contracting when irrigated with ATP and calcium ions. Unconstrained by the skeleton, the myofibrils contract irreversibly to about one tenth their starting length, dramatically showing the power of the contractile machinery. MOVIE
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Swine Sinus Rhythm Cardiac Muscle MOVIE
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Involuntary peristaltic waves of the jejunum (small intestine) Single unit smooth muscle MOVIE
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Main muscle categories Striated skeletal and cardiac muscle Unstriated smooth muscle Voluntary (somatic nervous system) skeletal muscle Involuntary (autonomic nervous system) smooth and cardiac muscle
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Skeletal Muscle Voluntary Striated
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