GR - MM Mechanisms of Contraction and Neural Control V

GR MM Mechanisms - Guided Reading Muscle Mechanisms of Contraction and Neural Control V 1 The prime mover of any skeletal movement is called the A

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Guided Reading – Muscle: Mechanisms of Contraction and Neural Control V
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1. The prime mover of any skeletal movement is called the A. flexor. B. agonist. C. abductor. D. antagonist. 2. Exceeding the VO 2max will result in lactate production by the muscle. True False 3. What structure is composed of protein filaments and is located in the center of the thick filaments? A. Z disk B. titin C. M line D. actin 4. Which of the following is NOT true about the series-elastic component to contraction? A. It absorbs some of the tension of muscle contraction. B. It provides for elastic recoil when muscles relax. C. It must loosen for a muscle to shorten. D. It is provided by tendons. 5. ATP in muscle contraction is needed for A. attachment of myosin cross bridges to actin. B. release of myosin cross bridges from actin. C. pumping of Ca 2+ back into the sarcoplasmic reticulum. D. All of the choices are correct. 6. High-energy phosphates are stored in skeletal muscle as glycogen ATP. True False
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GR MM Mechanisms - Guided Reading Muscle Mechanisms of Contraction and Neural Control V 1 The prime mover of any skeletal movement is called the A

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