Flashcards in Old Exams Deck (73)
Connective tissue that connects bone to bone.
Connective tissue that surrounds the muscle Cell
Connective tissue that surrounds the muscle
Connective tissue that connects muscle to bone
Connective tissue that surrounds muscle bundles
Considered the contractile unit of striated muscle
Muscle cell membrane
Organelle unique to muscle tissure
Composed of thick and thin filaments
In terms of contractile proteins, the H zone contains
myosin and actin
In terms of contractile proteins, the A Band contains
In terms of contractile proteins the I band contains
List two muscle contractile proteins
Myosin and Actin
List two muscle regulatory proteins
troponin and tropomyosin
List three muscle cytoskeleton proteins
Titin, Nebulin, and C protein
List four major nutrients found in muscle, that meat is considered a good source.
Protein, Iron, Vitamin B, Zinc
Explain how striated muscle cells become multi-nucleated.
Cell fuse together and overlap to become muscle fiber and in a muscle they become multi - nucleated.
What is the cervical ligament composed of that makes it so elastic?
is a cable like structure of elastin that hold the neck of ruminant animals.
Give the repeating amino acid sequence in collagen?
X - Glycine - Proline - Hydroxiproline - Glycine - X
T or F. The sarcolemma is a bi - layer phospholipid membrane.
T or F. Myogenic cells are differentiated in the embryonic phase of skeletal muscle development.
T or F. Collagen is most abundant protein in the animal body.
T or F. Myotubes are immature muscle fibers
T or F. Sarcomere length is constant
T or F. Synapes are formed when an axon ending of one neuron interdigitates with the dendrite of another neuron.
T or F. Intermolecular collagen cross linkages decrease as an animal ages
T or F. The sarcomlemma is composed of lipid material and protein.
T or F. Muscles can only contract