1 thyroid hormone 2 testostero ne 3 epinephrin e 4 myoglobi n 5 calmoduli n A

1 thyroid hormone 2 testostero ne 3 epinephrin e 4

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1.  thyroid hormone 2.  testostero ne 3.  epinephrin e 4.  myoglobi n 5.  calmoduli n A) primary  sex  hormone  in males B) elevates  the rate of energy  consumpti on in  resting  and active skeletal  muscles C) stimulates muscle  metabolis m and  increases  duration  and  stimulatio n of the  force of a  contractio n D) activates  myosin  light chain kinase E)  red pigment in slow fibers    A
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  Match the  term with  its  descriptio n. 1. skeletal  muscle 2. muscle  fascicle 3.  muscle  fiber 4.  myofibril 5.  sarcomere A) surrounde d by  endomysi um and  contains  myofibrils B) surrounde d by  sarcoplas mic  reticulum  and  consists of sarcomere s C) surrounde d by  epimysiu m and  contains  muscle  fascicles D) surrounde d by  perimysium and contains muscle fibers E) contains thick and thin filaments     Answer:    1-C; 2-D; 3-A; 4-B; 5-E    Describe the basic sequence of events that occurs at the neuromuscular junction and in the muscle cell.  A
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Match the  system  with its  componen ts. 1. central nervous  system 2. peripheral nervous  system 3. somatic  nervous  system 4. autonomic nervous  system A) includes  all neural  tissue  outside  the CNS B) includes  the spinal  cord and  brain C)   controls  visceral  effectors D) controls  skeletal  muscle  contractio ns   1-b, 2-1,  3-D, 4-C 
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Match the  sensory  receptor  with its  function. 1. interocept ors 2. exterocept ors 3. proprioce ptors A) monitor  the  position  and  movement of skeletal muscles  and joints  B) provide  sensations of taste,  deep  pressure,  and pain C) provide  informatio n about  the  external  environme nt   A
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Match the  membrane potential  with its  example. 1. repolarizat ion 2. hyperpola rization 3. depolariza tion A) an  increase  from -70  to -80 mV B) changes  from rest  to a more  positive  value C) return  to resting  potential  after  depolariza tion    A
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Match the  term with  its  definition.
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  • Winter '08
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  • Physiology, Anatomy, skeletal muscle fiber, bone cells, sweat  glands

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