GR - MM Mechanisms of Contraction and Neural Control IV

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Guided Reading – Muscle: Mechanisms of Contraction and Neural Control IV 1. The _________ complex contains three proteins designated as the I, T, and C types. A. actin B. myosin C. tropomyosin D. troponin 2. Smooth muscle contraction requires the actions of myosin light chain kinase. True False 3. Isotonic muscle contractions are often preceded by isometric contractions. True False 4. Which of the following is true of fast oxidative. Type IIA muscle fibers? A. many capillaries B. anaerobic C. low myoglobin content D. small diameter 5. The more movable bony attachment is the A. flexor. B. origin. C. extensor. D. insertion. 6. An individual suffering damage to the basal nuclei resulting in a lack of desire to use a limb would be suffering from A. Parkinson's disease. B. chorea. C. intention tremor. D. akinesia. 7. In smooth muscle cells, ______________ functions in a manner analogous to troponin. A. myoglobin
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course MCB 32 taught by Professor Smiley during the Fall '11 term at Cal Poly.

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