Anatomy Test 3 (5)

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Anatomy Test 3 (5)
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2015-10-30 23:25:43
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UofM Anatomy
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  1. The delay, which last about 2 msec, the muscle action potential sweeps over the sarcolemma and calcium ions are released from the sarcoplasmic reticulum.
    Latend period
  2. The process in which the number of active motor units increases
    Motor unit recruitment
  3. The period of lost excitability; a characteristic of all muscle and nerve cells.
    refractory period
  4. Small groups of motor units are alternatively active and inactive in a constantly shifting pattern.
    How muscle tone is maintained
  5. What is the importance of calcium ions in smooth muscle?
  6. What is the importance of lactic acid in skeletal  muscle aerobic cellularization in skeletal muscle
  7. A small amount of tautness or tension in the muscle due to weak, involuntary contractions of its motor unit.
    muscle tone
  8. The attachment of a muscle tendon to a stationary bone or the end opposite the insertion
    origin
  9. The attachment of a muscle to a moveable bone or the end opposite the origin
    Insertion
  10. Muscle that surrounds the mouth and anus
    circular
  11. fascicles parallel to longitudinal axis of muscle; terminate at either in flat tendons ex: sternohyoid muscle
    parallel

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