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Chapter 8 Vocabulary

Julee Blair

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4.a protein that, actin, forms the filaments that contract muscle fibers.
5.a neuron that transmits impulses from the central nervous system to an effector.
10.is the way in which contracting occurs in the sarcomere of striated muscle, by the sliding of the thick filaments relative to the thin filaments.
11.a protein that forms filaments that slide between filaments of the protein myosin, contracting muscle fibers.
12.the functional connection between the axon of a neuron and the dendrite or cell body of another neuron or the membrane of another cell type.
13.a type of neurotransmitter, which is a biochemical secreted at axon ends of many neurons; transmits nerve messages across synapses.
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1.synapse between a motor neuron and a skeletal muscle fiber.
2.a motor neuron and its associated muscle fibers.
3.a biochemical that stores energy in muscle tissue.
4.contractile fibers in muscle cells.
6.impulse that travels along the sarcolemma to the transverse tubules.
7.the structural and functional units of a myofibril.
8.the amount of oxygen required after physical exercise to convert accumulated lactic acid to glucose.
9.a sheet of fibrous connective tissue that encloses a muscle.

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