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Anatomy muscle track

MUSCLE CONTRACTION

QuestionAnswer
what are the functions of the muscle systems motion, movement, posture, hear production about 85 to 98.6 percent
what are the types of muscle tissues skeletal, cardiac, smooth
connects muscle to bone tendon
completely surrounds muscle tissue fascia
connective sheets attaching muscle to bone or to other muscles aponeuroses
under fascia, the outer layer around muscle bundles epimysium
surrounds fascicles perimysium
surrounds each individual muscle fiber endomysium
connection between neuron and muscle fiber neuromuscular junction
nerve that stimulates a muscle motor neuron
specialized region of sarcolemma that is folded motor end plate
neuron chemical that stimulates muscle neurotransmitters
motor neuron and all associated muscle fibers motor unit
immoveable end of muscle, the stable bone origin
moveable end of muscle, the moving bond insertion
repeated stimuli rapid results in combined force summation
forceful, sustained contraction tetanic contraction
sustained partial contraction muscle tone
muscle fibers replaced by fibrous tissue muscle atrophy
bigger muscles all muscle fibers present at birth muscle hypertrophy
Created by: katercheers