A tetanus B botulism C treppe D isotonic twitch A tetanus Which of the skeletal

A tetanus b botulism c treppe d isotonic twitch a

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term that refers to a condition in which bacterial toxins cause inappropriate motor neuron stimulation). A) tetanus B) botulism C) treppe D) isotonic twitch A) tetanus Which of the skeletal muscle fiber types is fatigue resistant? A) slow glycoltic fibers B) fast glycolytic fibers C) slow oxidative fibers D) fast oxidative fibers. C) slow oxidative fibers Because of the correlation between the size of a motor unit and the type of fiber it contains, recruitment of fibers happens in a specific order. Which of the following fibers are recruited first? A) fast oxidative fibers B) slow glycolytic fibers C) fast glycolytic fibers D) slow oxidative fibers D) slow oxidative fibers When larger stimulatory forces are needed, the nervous system can activate extra fibers, increasing the number of active motor units. This is known as ____________. A) summation B) recruitment C) isometric twitch D) latent period B) recruitment All EXCEPT which of the following are characteristics of cardiac muscle tissue? A) Gap junctions are present. B) Cardiac muscle has neurogenic contractile ability. C) Cardiac action potentials are relatively long lasting. D) Cardiac muscle has myogenic contractile ability. B) Cardiac muscle has neurogenic contractile ability. All EXCEPT which of the following are properties of smooth muscle? A) Striations are structured as a sarcomere. B) Muscle cells are under involuntary control. C) The cells are connected by gap junctions. D) Neural connections occur through varicosities. A) Striations are structured as a sarcomere.
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