TB9 BB Lecture 1;

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1. Which of these correctly describes striated muscles?

  • They slide over each other to create contractions across the muscle length. Action potentials travel across muscle cell membrane --> actin released allowing for actin myosin interaction --> movement
  • They slide over each other to create contractions across the muscle length. Action potentials travel across muscle cell membrane --> calcium released allowing for actin dystrophin interaction --> movement
  • They slide over each other to create contractions across the muscle length. Action potentials travel across muscle cell membrane --> calcium released allowing for actin myosin interaction --> movement
  • They slide over each other to create contractions across the muscle length. Action potentials travel across muscle cell membrane --> actin released allowing for dystrophin myosin interaction --> movement
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2. At what point does the nerve cell strip switch to represent the opposite side of the body?

  • Pons (bridge)
  • Medulla
  • Brainstem
  • Lower motorneurone

3. The upper part of the face (L & R) receives info from ?

  • The L and R cortex
  • Neither cortex
  • The L cortex
  • The R cortex

4. Where is smooth muscle found?

  • Around bones and tendons
  • Around blood vessels, glands, gut and bronchioles
  • Around limbs and major points of articulation
  • Around the origin points of skeletal muscles

5. What kind of areas require more cortical allocation?

  • Areas which create more intentional actions
  • Areas which create more spontaneous actions
  • Areas which need lots of control and fine motor movement
  • Areas which are physically larger

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