What is a myofibril a a protein b a segment of each

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3. What is a myofibril? A) A protein B) A segment of each muscle fiber C) A muscle in the bicep D) A hair E) An enzyme 4. When a muscle contracts and shortens, it is called: 5. There are two types of muscle tissues in the human body: Skeletal and Smooth A) True B) False 1. What is muscular fascia? 2. Name and describe the three layers of fibrous fascia? 3. What is the “Sliding Filament Theory”? 4. What is an eccentric contraction? 5. What is an isometric contraction? Q-5.1 … is the tissue that creates the structural organization of a muscle.
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EXCI 206 Muscles II Page 10 - Muscular Fascia Q-5.2 Endomysium covers muscle fibers True False Q-5.3 Isotonic contraction is a static action. True False Q-5.4 An isometric contraction occurs when the force of the muscle's contraction is equal to the force of …? the resistance to movement . Q-5.5 if the muscular fascia is broad and flat, it is called : 1. Epimysium 2. Endomysium 3. Perimysium 4. Aponeurosis 1. What is the major component of muscular fascia? Answer: Collagen fibers 2. What is the muscle fascia that is broad and flat called? Answer: Aponeurosis 3. Fill in the blanks: is converted into , providing energy for muscle contraction in the “sliding filament theory”. Answer: ATP, ADP 4. Fill in the blanks: and proteins are arranged so that when activated they slide together. Answer: Actin and Myosin 5. What is the term that defines constant tension and speed over full range of motion? Answer: Isokinetic
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EXCI 206 Muscles II Page 11 1. Name the 3 type of muscle tissue that exists in the body. Are they voluntary or involuntary? Answer: cardiac (involuntary), smooth (involuntary) and skeletal muscle tissue (voluntary) 2. How many layers do muscles have? What are they called? Answer: 3 layers; superficial, intermediate and deep layer 3. A ___________ is a force/muscle that can stop an unwanted action at the fixed attachment of the muscle that is working. 4. Name an example of a multijoint muscle. 5. Skeletal muscle tissue makes up approximately ______ of total body weight.
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