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Human Anatomy And Physiology I (BIOL 2500) Test 3 Autumn 2018 Questions And Answers

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Human Anatomy And Physiology I (BIOL 2500)

1) Continued smooth muscle contraction due to rapid stimulation

2) How a smooth increase in muscle force is produced

3) The stimulus above which no stronger contraction can be elicited

4) The final chemical messenger and “trigger” for muscle contraction. Binds to troponin

5) a neurotransmitter released at motor end plates by the axon terminal

6) diffuses across the cell membrane resulting in depolarization

7) activates synaptic vesicles in axon terminals to fuse with plasma membrane of axon
terminal

8) used to convert ADP to ATP by transfer of high energy phosphate group. A reserve high
energy compound

9) peristalsis is a contraction of smooth muscle. T/F

10) although there are no sarcomeres, do smooth muscles still have thick/thin filaments?

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