Jeopardy Review - Muscular by 3N6Q0ZC

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									Directions: Choose your desired category and the
appropriate points. Remember to phrase your answer
in the form of a question. If you need to go back to
see the answer, push “P” for previous and “N” for
next. Good Luck!
 Muscle    Micro-     Muscle   Head, Neck,    Limb
           scopic               & Trunk                Misc
Anatomy             Contraction Muscles      Muscles
          Anatomy


 100       100        100         100         100      100

 200       200        200         200         200      200

 300       300        300         300         300      300
 400       400        400         400         400      400
 500       500        500         500         500      500
A bundle of muscle fibers.
What is a fascicle?


                 100
The layer of connective tissue that
     covers an entire muscle.
What is the epimysium?


                  200
Specific type of connective tissue
that makes up the endomysium.
What is loose connective tissue?


                       300
A broad, flat tendon.
What is an aponeurosis?


                  400
Two of the three functions of a
           tendon.
             What are:
- connect muscle to bone or c.t.
  - provide durability over bony
             projections
         - stabilize joints?
                        500
The fundamental unit of
      contraction.
What is a sarcomere?


                 100
The cell membrane of a muscle
            fiber.
What is the sarcolemma?



                  200
ALL types of myofilaments that
 make up a light (I) band in a
         sarcomere.
What are actin myofilaments only?


                        300
  The other names for the thin &
thick myofilaments in a sarcomere

 (2 answers – be able to specify
        which is which).
What are actin (thin filaments) &
  myosin (thick filaments)?


                        400
Organelles that fill most of the
 space inside a muscle fiber.
What are myofibrils?


                 500
The tiny space between the axon
 terminal and the sarcolemma.
What is the synaptic cleft?


                     100
    The full name of the
neurotransmitter that controls
    muscle contraction.
What is acetylcholine (ACh)?


                     200
 Specific part of the sarcolemma
where it tunnels deep into the cell
    (see arrow in diagram).
What is a T tubule?


                 300
A motor neuron and all the muscle
        fibers it controls.
What is a motor unit?


                  400
The specific step in the process of
 muscle contraction that follows
ACh binding to the receptor on the
          sarcolemma.
 What is Na+ ions move into the
muscle fiber and K + ions move out
of the muscle fiber, generating an
         action potential?

                        500
The smiling muscle.
What is the zygomaticus?


                   100
The kissing muscle.
What is the orbicularis oris?


                      200
Arm (shoulder) abductor.
What is the deltoid?


                300
All four muscles that form the
        abdominal wall.
        What are the:
     - rectus abdominis
      - external oblique
      - internal oblique
- transversus abdominis?

                      400
  Antagonist to the
sternocleidomastoid.
What is the trapezius (or the other
     sternocleidomastoid)?


                         500
Calf muscle.
What is the gastrocnemius?


                       100
Major muscle group that extends
          the knee.
What is the quadriceps group?


                        200
The TWO synergists to the biceps
           brachii.
What are the brachialis and the
       brachioradialis?


                          300
The triceps brachii attaches to the
      humerus and the ulna.

Based on the above statement, the
 bone that is the insertion of the
     triceps brachii muscle.
What is the ulna?


               400
Antagonist to the iliopsoas.
What is the gluteus maximus?


                     500
The type of muscle tissue(s) that
make(s) up the muscular system.
What is skeletal muscle?


                   100
The prime mover of jaw flexion.
What is the masseter?


                 200
 Ion that allows myosin heads to
form cross-bridges and attach to
               actin.
What is calcium?


               300
Muscles that help raise the rib
cage, as in a deep inhalation.
What are the external intercostals?


                         400
All four muscles that make up the
         hamstring group.
      What are the:
    - biceps femoris
   - semitendinosus
- semimembranosus?

                 500

								
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