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Which type of muscle is involved in moving the skeleton?
a) skeletal muscle b) cardiac muscle c) smooth muscle d) structural muscle
Which type of muscle consists of short, wide cells and are specialized for slow, prolonged contractions?
a) smooth muscle b) skeletal muscle c) structural muscle d) cardiac muscle
Which type of muscle is designed to operate without tiring and is found only in the heart?
a) cardiac muscle b) smooth muscle c) skeletal muscle d) structural muscle
Muscle that enlarge undergo ______.
a) hypertrophy b) atrophy c) disentrophy d) dysentery
Muscle that break down undergo ______.
a) atrophy b) hypertrophy c) disentrophy d) dysentery
Repeating protein fibers that make up myofibrils in muscles are called ______.
a) sarcomeres b) centromeres c) centrosomes d) sacrosomes
Which type of fiber contains many mitochondria and myoglobin and is used for endurance?
a) red fiber b) white fiber c) grey matter d) white matter
Which type of fiber contains few mitochondria and myoglobin but fatigue easily?
a) white fiber b) red fiber c) grey matter d) white matter
Nerve cells that trigger muscle contractions are called ______.
a) motor neurons b) glial cells c) schwann cells d) basal ganglia
This principle states that muscle fibers either contract or not at all, muscle cells do not partially contract.
a) All or Nothing Principle b) Sometimes Maybe Principle c) Use It or Lose It Principle d) Positive Contraction Principle
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