The structure responsible for attaching muscle to bone is a A sphincter B

The structure responsible for attaching muscle to

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10. The structure responsible for attaching muscle to bone is a A. sphincter.B. ligament.C. fascia.D.tendon.E. myofibril.Bloom's Level: 1. RememberHAPS Objective: G03.01 Describe the organization of muscle tissue from cell to whole muscle to groups of muscles.HAPS Topic: Module G03 Detailed gross & microscopic anatomy of skeletal muscle.Learning Objective: 10.02.02 Describe the structure and function of a tendon and an aponeurosis.Section: 10.02Topic: Gross anatomy of skeletal muscle
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11. A flat, thin structure made of dense connective tissue that serves to attach a muscle to a bone (or to another muscle) is a(n) Bloom's Level: 1. RememberHAPS Objective: G03.01 Describe the organization of muscle tissue from cell to whole muscle to groups of muscles.HAPS Topic: Module G03 Detailed gross & microscopic anatomy of skeletal muscle.Learning Objective: 10.02.02 Describe the structure and function of a tendon and an aponeurosis.Section: 10.02Topic: Gross anatomy of skeletal muscle 12. The neurons that stimulate muscle contraction are called _____ neurons. Bloom's Level: 1. RememberHAPS Objective: G03.06 Describe the anatomy of the neuromuscular junction.HAPS Topic: Module G03 Detailed gross & microscopic anatomy of skeletal muscle.Learning Objective: 10.02.03 Explain the function of blood vessels and nerves serving a muscle.Section: 10.02Topic: Gross anatomy of skeletal muscle True / False Questions
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13. Deep fascia is also known as muscular fascia; it is composed of dense irregular connective tissue. TRUEBloom's Level: 2. UnderstandHAPS Objective: G03.02 Name the connective tissue layers that surround each cell, fascicle, muscle, and group of muscles and indicate the specific type of connective tissue that composes all of these layers.HAPS Topic: Module G03 Detailed gross & microscopic anatomy of skeletal muscle.Learning Objective: 10.02.01 Identify and describe the three connective tissue layers associated with a muscle.Section: 10.02Topic: Gross anatomy of skeletal muscleMultiple Choice Questions 14. The multiple nuclei in skeletal muscle cells are the result of the Bloom's Level: 1. RememberHAPS Objective: G03.03 Describe a skeletal muscle fiber including the transverse (T) tubules, sarcoplasmic reticulum and myofibrils.HAPS Topic: Module G03 Detailed gross & microscopic anatomy of skeletal muscle.Learning Objective: 10.02.04 Explain how a skeletal muscle fiber becomes multinucleated.Section: 10.02Topic: Microscopic anatomy of skeletal muscleTrue / False Questions
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