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chapter 9 muscles and muscle tissue

Chapter 9 - Muscles and Muscle Tissue

Quit playing games with me hearttttttvalves

My Heart Will go Onnnnn

Unbreak my heart

Muscle Metabolism

Your so vein

$100

$100

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$200

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FINAL ROUND

skeletal muscle anatomy 100 question
Skeletal Muscle Anatomy: $100 Question
  • The pacemaker of the heart

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skeletal muscle anatomy 100 answer
Skeletal Muscle Anatomy: $100 Answer
  • What is the SA node?

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skeletal muscle anatomy 200 question
Skeletal Muscle Anatomy: $200 Question
  • The part of the electrical conduction system found in the walls of the ventricles.

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skeletal muscle anatomy 200 answer
Skeletal Muscle Anatomy: $200 Answer
  • What are the purkinje fibers?

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skeletal muscle anatomy 300 question
Skeletal Muscle Anatomy: $300 Question
  • The valve between the right atrium and right ventricle.

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skeletal muscle anatomy 300 answer
Skeletal Muscle Anatomy: $300 Answer
  • What is the tricuspid valve?

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skeletal muscle anatomy 400 question
Skeletal Muscle Anatomy: $400 Question
  • Where the electrical signal is slightly delayed.

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skeletal muscle anatomy 400 answer
Skeletal Muscle Anatomy: $400 Answer
  • What is the AV node?

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skeletal muscle anatomy 500 question
Skeletal Muscle Anatomy: $500 Question
  • Responsible for the T wave.

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skeletal muscle anatomy 500 answer
Skeletal Muscle Anatomy: $500 Answer
  • What is ventricular repolarization?

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the sliding filament theory 100 question
The Sliding Filament Theory: $100 Question
  • Valves from ventricles to arteries

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the sliding filament theory 100 answer
The Sliding Filament Theory: $100 Answer
  • What are semilunar valves?

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the sliding filament theory 200 question
The Sliding Filament Theory: $200 Question
  • Responsible for the “Lub” sound

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the sliding filament theory 200 answer
The Sliding Filament Theory: $200 Answer
  • What is Closing of the AV valves?

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the sliding filament theory 300 question
The Sliding Filament Theory: $300 Question
  • Prevents the heart valves from prolapsing into the atrium

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the sliding filament theory 300 answer
The Sliding Filament Theory: $300 Answer
  • What are the chordaetendineae?

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the sliding filament theory 400 question
The Sliding Filament Theory: $400 Question

This valve

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the sliding filament theory 400 answer
The Sliding Filament Theory: $400 Answer
  • What is the tricuspid valve?

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the sliding filament theory 500 question
The Sliding Filament Theory: $500 Question
  • Serous membrane around the heart

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the sliding filament theory 500 answer
The Sliding Filament Theory: $500 Answer
  • What is the pericardium?

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muscle contraction 100 question
Muscle Contraction: $100 Question
  • A vein with deoxygenated blood

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muscle contraction 100 answer
Muscle Contraction: $100 Answer
  • What is the jugular vein

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muscle contraction 200 question
Muscle Contraction: $200 Question
  • Vein with oxygenated blood

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muscle contraction 200 answer
Muscle Contraction: $200 Answer
  • What is the pulmonary vein?

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muscle contraction 300 question
Muscle Contraction: $300 Question
  • 3 Passageways bringing blood to the right atrium

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muscle contraction 300 answer
Muscle Contraction: $300 Answer
  • What is the SVC, IVC, and coronary sinus?

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muscle contraction 400 question
Muscle Contraction: $400 Question
  • Which type of muscle contraction occurs when the muscle neither shortens nor lengthens during contraction?
    • a. Isotonic
    • b. Concentric
    • c. Eccentric
    • d. Isometric

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muscle contraction 400 answer
Muscle Contraction: $400 Answer
  • Which type of muscle contraction occurs when the muscle neither shortens nor lengthens during contraction?
    • a. Isotonic
    • b. Concentric
    • c. Eccentric
    • d. Isometric

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muscle contraction 500 question
Muscle Contraction: $500 Question
  • Skeletal muscle contractions increase in strength due to ___________.
    • a. incomplete tetany
    • b. recruitment of motor units
    • c. an increase in threshold stimulus
    • d. increasing the number of twitches

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muscle contraction 500 answer
Muscle Contraction: $500 Answer
  • Skeletal muscle contractions increase in strength due to ___________.
    • a. incomplete tetany
    • b. recruitment of motor units
    • c. an increase in threshold stimulus
    • d. increasing the number of twitches

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muscle metabolism 100 question
Muscle Metabolism:$100 Question
  • The energy source that is used directly for muscle contraction is ______.
  • a. ATP
  • b. glucose
  • c. creatine phosphate
  • d. fatty acids

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muscle metabolism 100 answer
Muscle Metabolism: $100 Answer
  • The energy source that is used directly for muscle contraction is ______.
  • a. ATP
  • b. glucose
  • c. creatine phosphate
  • d. fatty acids

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muscle metabolism 200 question
Muscle Metabolism: $200 Question
  • Muscle soreness may be due in part to which pathway of ATP production?
  • a. Phosphorylation
  • b. Aerobic respiration
  • c. Anaerobic glycolysis
  • d. Oxidation

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muscle metabolism 200 answer
Muscle Metabolism: $200 Answer
  • Muscle soreness may be due in part to which pathway of ATP production?
  • a. Phosphorylation
  • b. Aerobic respiration
  • c. Anaerobic glycolysis
  • d. Oxidation

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muscle metabolism 300 question
Muscle Metabolism: $300 Question
  • After about 30 minutes of exercise, which substance becomes the major source of fuel?
  • a. Glucose
  • b. Pyruvic acid
  • c. Fatty acid
  • d. Lactic acid

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muscle metabolism 300 answer
Muscle Metabolism:$300 Answer
  • After about 30 minutes of exercise, which substance becomes the major source of fuel?
  • a. Glucose
  • b. Pyruvic acid
  • c. Fatty acid
  • d. Lactic acid

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muscle metabolism 400 question
Muscle Metabolism: $400 Question
  • Which activity would be most dependent upon creatine?
  • a. Tennis
  • b. Soccer
  • c. Jogging
  • d. Diving

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muscle metabolism 400 answer
Muscle Metabolism: $400 Answer
  • Which activity would be most dependent upon creatine?
  • a. Tennis
  • b. Soccer
  • c. Jogging
  • d. Diving

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muscle metabolism 500 question
Muscle Metabolism:$500 Question
  • All of the following can occur during exercise except:
    • a. oxygen levels decrease.
    • b. ATP levels decline.
    • c. inorganic phosphate levels decrease.
    • d. calcium levels decrease.

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muscle metabolism 500 answer
Muscle Metabolism:$500 Answer
  • All of the following can occur during exercise except:
    • a. oxygen levels decrease.
    • b. ATP levels decline.
    • c. inorganic phosphate levels decrease.
    • d. calcium levels decrease.

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therapists 100 question
Therapists:$100 Question
  • Coronary Bipass Surgery

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therapists 100 answer
Therapists:$100 Answer
  • What would you do if a blockage in a coronary a exists?

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therapists 200 question
Therapists $200 Question
  • Ventricular fribilation is happening. It is likely caused by this.

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therapists 200 answer
Therapists $200 Answer
  • What is a MI?

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therapists 300 question
Therapists $300 Question
  • Sphenoid bone

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therapists 300 answer
Therapists $300 Answer
  • What is the keystone bone of the cranium?

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therapists 400 question
Therapists $400 Question
  • A hole in the ventricular septum

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therapists 400 answer
Therapists $400 Answer
  • What is Ventricular septal defect

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therapists 500 question
Therapists $500 Question
  • ATP

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therapists 500 answer
Therapists $500 Answer
  • What is the chemical that carries immediate energy for our cells to use?
  • or
  • What does the mitochondria produce?

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final round question
FINAL ROUND Question
  • Which of the following is a characteristic of slow oxidative muscle fibers?
    • a. Large diameter
    • b. Few mitochondria
    • c. High myoglobin content
    • d. Poor blood supply

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final round answer
FINAL ROUND Answer
  • Which of the following is a characteristic of slow oxidative muscle fibers?
    • a. Large diameter
    • b. Few mitochondria
    • c. High myoglobin content
    • d. Poor blood supply

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