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Anatomy: Muscle Quiz


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Area #4 is called the –
   
A.     epimysium
   
B.     perimysium
   
C.     endomysium
   
D.     muscle fiber


The ability of a muscle to respond to a stimulus is called

A. irritability

B. isometric

C. elastibility

D. concentric


Eccentric contraction is where a muscle

A. shortens

B. lengthens

C. stays the same


Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of Cardiac muscles
   
A.     striated
   
B.     single nucleated
   
C.     involuntary
   
D.     multinucleated


Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of skeletal muscles?
   
A.     striated
   
B.     involuntary
   
C.     voluntary
   
D.     multinucleated


Area #5 is called the –
   
A.     muscle fiber
   
B.     epimysium
   
C.     perimysium
   
D.     fascicle


Area #2 is called the –
   
A.     endomysium
   
B.     perimysium
   
C.     epimysium
   
D.     olomysium


A flat sheet like fibrous tissue that connects muscle or bone to other tissues

A. aponeurosis

B. contractility

C. agonist

D. antagonist


Isometric contraction is where a muscle

A. shortens

B. lengthens

C. stays the same


Area #1 is known as a –
   
A.     perimysium
   
B.     epimysium
   
C.     muscle fiber
   
D.     fascicle


Concentric contraction is where a muscle –

A. shortens

B. lengthens

C. stays the same


Peristalsis, the squeezing of this muscle helps move food through the digestive system.

A. skeletal muscle

B. cardiac muscle

C. smooth muscle

D. none of the above.


Area #3 is called the
   
A.     perimysium
   
B.     epimysium
   
C.     muscle fiber
   
D.     fascicle


Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of smooth muscle?
   
A.     multinucleated
   
B.     involuntary
   
C.     nonstriated
   
D.     single nucleated




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