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Muscle Tissue Quiz


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Area where there’s only thick filaments

A. A band

B. Z disc

C. H band

D. I band

E. M line


What do you call a skeletal muscle cell?

A. Sacolemma

B. Myofilament

C. Myalgia

D. Myofiber


Which part of the myofiber stores Ca2+ ?

A. Sarcoplasm

B. Sarcoplasmic Reticulum

C. Myoglobin

D. Myofibril


The thick filament is made up of what protein?

A. Actin

B. Myosin


Area where the thick and thin filaments overlap

A. A band

B. Z disc

C. H band

D. I band

E. M line


Area where the thick filaments are linked

A. A band

B. Z disc

C. H band

D. I band

E. M line


Emma has chronic muscle pain and tenderness. What disorder does she have?

A. Fibromyalgia

B. Myasthenia gravis

C. Muscular Dystrophy

D. Contracture


Where are the thin filaments and elastic filaments anchored?

A. A band

B. Z disc

C. H band

D. I band

E. M line


Why is the muscle red?

A. Because of blood

B. Because of hemoglobin

C. Because of myoglobin

D. Because of carotene


The thin filament is made up of what protein?

A. Myosin

B. Actin


This disorder is characterized by a shortening of the muscle, not caused by nervous stimulation.

A. Contracture

B. Fibromyalgia

C. Muscular Dystrophy

D. Myasthenia gravis


This disorder is characterized by the person’s antibodies attach the neuromuscular junctions

A. Contracture

B. Fibromyalgia

C. Muscular Dystrophy

D. Myasthenia gravis


This is a hereditary disease where the muscles degenerate and are replaced by fat and scar tissue.

A. Contracture

B. Fibromyalgia

C. Muscular Dystrophy

D. Myasthenia gravis


Area where there’s only thin filaments

A. A band

B. Z disc

C. H band

D. I band

E. M line


What binds to the troponin?

A. H+

B. O2−

C. Ca2+

D. Cl−




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