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Answer: The answer should include the formation of cross bridges, the roles of ATP and calcium, the role of troponin, and the movement of the actin filaments, as on pp. 239 – 240. Topic: CONTRACTION OF SKELETAL MUSCLE 35) Compare the microscopic anatomy and the resistance to fatigue of the three types of skeletal muscle fibers. Answer: Table 9.1, pp. 242 Topic: TYPES OF SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. 36) _____is the built-in rhythm of cardiac muscle and some smooth muscle tissue. Answer: cardiac Topic: TYPES OF MUSCLE TISSUE 37) Striations are visible when _____and _____ muscle tissue are examined microscopically. Answer: skeletal, cardiac Topic: TYPES OF MUSCLE TISSUE 38) _____ fascia is a subcutaneous layer of loose connective tissue that stores triglycerides, and carries nerves and blood vessels to and from skeletal muscles. Answer: superficial Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 39) The connective tissue that surrounds and separates individual skeletal muscle fibers is called _____. Answer: endomysium Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 40) The specialized region of sarcolemma that is located at a neuromuscular junction is called the _____. Answer: motor end plate Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 41) The neurotransmitter released at a neuromuscular junction is _____. Answer: acetylcholine Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 42) A sustained minimal contraction in a skeletal muscle that does not produce movement is muscle _____. Answer: tone Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 43) _____ discs in cardiac muscle contain both anchoring and communicating junctions. Answer: intercalated Topic: CARDIAC MUSCLE TISSUE 44) _____ muscle cells do not contain sarcomeres. Answer: smooth Topic: SMOOTH MUSCLE TISSUE 6
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45) The muscle tissue no known ability to regenerate is _____ muscle. Answer: cardiac Topic: REGENERATION OF MUSCLE TISSUE MATCHING. Choose the item in Column 2 that best matches each item in Column 1 Match the connective tissue components of skeletal muscle in column 1 with the tissues in column 2. 46) Column 1: endomysium Column 2: areolar connective tissue Answer: areolar connective tissue Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 47) Column 1: deep fascia Column 2: dense irregular connective tissue Answer: dense irregular connective tissue Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 48) Column 1: epimysium Column 2: dense irregular connective tissue Answer: dense irregular connective tissue Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 49) Column 1: superficial fascia Column 2: areolar connective tissue plus adipose tissue Answer: areolar connective tissue plus adipose tissue Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 50) Column 1: perimysium Column 2: dense irregular connective tissue Answer: dense irregular connective tissue Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 51) Column 1: tendon Column 2: dense regular connective tissue Answer: dense regular connective tissue Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE Match the types of muscle tissue in Column 1 with their characteristics in Column 2.
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