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Liz Q2 Muscular

Quiz 2 Muscular

QuestionAnswer
Contraction that is quick, jerky response Twitch
Contraction that produces movement Isotonic
Thick filaments Myosin
Thin filaments Actin
Explanation of how skeletal muscle contract Sliding filament model
Cardiac muscle is AKA Myocardial muscle
Special type of skeletal muscle contraction that helps us maintain muscle tone and posture Tonus
A more sustained and steady response than a twitch Titanic contraction
Contraction that doesn't produce any movement Isometric
Found in the sarcoplasm Nuclei and Mitochondria (Both A & B)
Needed for energy ATP
Provides pigment for skeletal muscle Myoglobin
___ is recording of the contractions of muscle Myogram
Latent period The period bt the stimulus and the contraction
Refractory period The time when muscle can't contract
Created by: elizabeth-mcw