52 column 1 skeletal column 2 voluntary striated

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52) Column 1: skeletal Column 2: voluntary, striated Answer: voluntary, striated Topic: TYPES OF MUSCLE TISSUE 53) Column 1: cardiac 7
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Column 2: involuntary, striated Foil: voluntary, nonstriated Answer: involuntary, striated Topic: TYPES OF MUSCLE TISSUE 54) Column 1: smooth Column 2: involuntary, nonstriated Answer: involuntary, nonstriated Topic: TYPES OF MUSCLE TISSUE 55) Column 1: skeletal muscle Column 2: multinucleate Answer: multinucleate Topic: TYPES OF MUSCLE TISSUE 56) Column 1: smooth muscle Column 2: no transverse tubules Foil: no muscle tone Answer: no transverse tubules Topic: TYPES OF MUSCLE TISSUE 57) Column 1: cardiac muscle Column 2: branched cells Answer: branched cells Topic: TYPES OF MUSCLE TISSUE Match the features of a neuromuscular junction (NMJ) in Column 1 with the descriptions in Column 2. 58) Column 1: axon terminal Column 2: bulb-shaped ending of a motor neuron axon Answer: bulb-shaped ending of a motor neuron axon Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 59) Column 1: synaptic vesicle Column 2: sac that stores acetylcholine Foil: a small space that separates the cell membrane of a motor neuron from the sarcolemma of a skeletal muscle cell Answer: sac that stores acetylcholine Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 60) Column 1: motor end plate Column 2: region of sarcolemma at the NMJ Foil: portion of axon terminal membrane that releases acetylcholine into the cleft Answer: region of sarcolemma at the NMJ Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE 61) Column 1: acetylcholine receptors Column 2: integral proteins of motor end plate; bind with acetylcholine Foil: integral proteins of axon membrane; bind with acetylcholine 8
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Answer: integral proteins of motor end plate; bind with acetylcholine Topic: SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE Match the types of skeletal muscle fibers in Column 1 with their descriptions in Column 2. 62) Column 1: slow fibers Column 2: smallest in diameter Answer: smallest in diameter Topic: TYPES OF SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS 63) Column 1: fast fibers Column 2: largest in diameter Answer: largest in diameter Topic: TYPES OF SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS 64) Column 1: fast fibers Column 2: adapted for intense movements of short duration, such as weight lifting Answer: adapted for intense movements of short duration, such as weight lifting Topic: TYPES OF SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS Match the types of skeletal muscle fibers in Column 1 with their descriptions in Column 2. 65) Column 1: slow fibers Column 2: adapted for maintaining posture and endurance-type activities Answer: adapted for maintaining posture and endurance-type activities Topic: TYPES OF SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS 66) Column 1: intermediate fibers Column 2: fatigue resistant; adapted for activities such as walking and sprinting Answer: fatigue resistant; adapted for activities such as walking and sprinting Topic: TYPES OF SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS 67) Column 1: fast fibers Column 2: low myoglobin content, relatively few capillaries Answer: low myoglobin content, relatively few capillaries Topic: TYPES OF SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS 9
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