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Answer: TRUESection Title: Anatomy of Skeletal MuscleLearning Outcome: 9.4Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge4) The Z line is located at the center of a sarcomere.Answer: FALSESection Title: Anatomy of Skeletal MuscleLearning Outcome: 9.4Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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5) Light staining areas of a muscle fiber are called I bands.Answer: TRUESection Title: Anatomy of Skeletal MuscleLearning Outcome: 9.4Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge6) The expanded portion of the axonal branch that faces a region of the sarcolemma are called synaptic terminals. Answer: TRUESection Title: Muscle ContractionLearning Outcome: 9.6Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge7) A region of the sarcolemma that faces an expanded portion of an axonal branch is the motor end plate.Answer: TRUESection Title: Muscle ContractionLearning Outcome: 9.6Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge8) A space that separates the sarcolemma from the axon membrane is the synaptic vesicle.Answer: FALSESection Title: Muscle ContractionLearning Outcome: 9.6Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge9) The cytoplasm of the synaptic knob contains mitochondria as well as vesicles containing acetylcholine.Answer: TRUESection Title: Muscle ContractionLearning Outcome: 9.6Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge10) The sarcoplasmic reticulum conducts action potentials from the sarcolemma into the cell.Answer: FALSESection Title: Muscle ContractionLearning Outcome: 9.6Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge11) Muscle that opposes action of prime mover is the synergist.Answer: FALSESection Title: Muscle TerminologyLearning Outcome: 9.12Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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12) Muscle that assists prime mover is the agonist.Answer: FALSESection Title: Muscle TerminologyLearning Outcome: 9.12Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge13) Muscle responsible for producing a particular movement is the agonist.Answer: TRUESection Title: Muscle TerminologyLearning Outcome: 9.12Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge14) The resistance lies between the fulcrum and the applied force in a second-class lever.Answer: TRUESection Title: Levers and Pulleys: A Systems Design for MovementLearning Outcome: 9.14Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge15) The fulcrum lies between the applied force and the resistance in a third-class lever.Answer: FALSESection Title: Levers and Pulleys: A Systems Design for MovementLearning Outcome: 9.14Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge16) The force is applied between the resistance and the fulcrum in a first-class lever.Answer: FALSESection Title: Levers and Pulleys: A Systems Design for MovementLearning Outcome: 9.14Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge9.4 Essay Questions1) How are oxygen and nutrients supplied to the tissues of a muscle?Answer: Each muscle has an extensive vascular supply that carries oxygen and nutrients. These blood vessels enter the muscle along with the nerves and follow the same branching pattern through the perimysium. Once within the endomysium, they form an extensive capillary networkaround each muscle fiber.
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