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Muscle Physiology

Bill Beckerson

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3.These potentials are cyclical depolarizations and depolarizations cause by flux in sodium
5.The fibers that contain slow myosin and high oxidative capacity
6.A complex of three proteins; one attaches, one that binds, and one that contains
7.The other protein that makes up the filaments of the sarcomere
9.the dark stiriation due to the presence of thick filaments
10.Muscle with no voluntary control
11.two intertwined subunits, each with a long tail and protruding head
13.The twitch measured by attaching the bottom end of the muscle to a mobile object
14.The mechanism that drives the sliding of thick and thin filaments past one another
15.long fibrous molecule extended over actin to block myosin-binding sites
20.Fibers that contain fast myosin and have high glycolytic capacity
22.Connects muscles to bones
27.The rod like elements in a muscle cell
29.Connected to at least two bones.
32.The receptors that detect muscle tension
33.A reddish molecule that binds oxygen and stores it to be released when oxygen inside a cell declines
34.The decline in a muscle's ability to maintain constant force
35.The center of the A band that is lighter
36.Muscle fiber's plasma membrane
37.These potentials are slow depolarizations caused by increase in Na, Ca, or decrease in K
38.The type of frequency of muscle where independent twitches peak rises stepwise
39.Saclike membranous network surrounding each myofibril
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1.When toxins cause motor neurons to stimulate muscle contractions
2.Mechanical response of an individual muscle cell
4.The delay of a few milliseconds that occurs between action potential and contraction
5.The correlations between the size of a motor unit and the order of recruitment
8.The type of frequency of muscle where an AP arrives before the twitch causing a larger force output
12.connected to the sarcolemma and penetrate into the cell's interior
16.An increase in the number of motor units
17.A motor neuron and all the muscle fibers attached to it
18.Thin filament region with no overlap of thick filaments
19.One of the proteins that make up the filaments of the sarcomere
20.Bundles of individual muscle cells
21.The substance that when bound to causes contraction in smooth muscle
23.The receptors that detect muscle length
24.The fibers that have a high oxidative capacity and fast myosin
25.The enzyme that catalyzes the phosphorylation of myosin crossbridges in smooth muscle
26.Muscle cells
28.The twitch measured by rendering both ends of the muscle immobile
30.A muscle fiber's semifluid cytoplasm
31.Fundamental unit of a myofibril

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