Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 6 Matching

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Voluntary muscle tissue

A) smooth muscle tissue

B) skeletal muscle tissue

C) cardiac muscle tissue

B

2

Muscle tissue found only in the heart

A) smooth muscle tissue

B) skeletal muscle tissue

C) cardiac muscle tissue

C

3

Muscle tissue that forms valves to regulate the passage of substances through internal body openings

A) smooth muscle tissue

B) skeletal muscle tissue

C) cardiac muscle tissue

A

4

Muscle tissue that is multinucleate

A) smooth muscle tissue

B) skeletal muscle tissue

C) cardiac muscle tissue

B

5

Muscle tissue composed of branching cells and intercalated discs

A) smooth muscle tissue

B) skeletal muscle tissue

C) cardiac muscle tissue

C

6

Muscle tissue that activates arrector pili muscles to stand hairs on end

A) smooth muscle tissue

B) skeletal muscle tissue

C) cardiac muscle tissue

A

7

Performs very slow, sometimes rhythmic, contractions

A) smooth muscle tissue

B) skeletal muscle tissue

C) cardiac muscle tissue

A

8

Muscle tissue that maintains posture, body position, and stabilizes joints

A) smooth muscle tissue

B) skeletal muscle tissue

C) cardiac muscle tissue

B

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The sarcoplasmic reticulum stores this chemical

A) calcium ions

B) acetylcholine

C) synaptic cleft

D) sodium ions

E) acetylcholinesterase

F) action potential

A

10

Specific neurotransmitter that stimulates skeletal muscle cells

A) calcium ions

B) acetylcholine

C) synaptic cleft

D) sodium ions

E) acetylcholinesterase

F) action potential

B

11

Chemical that enters a muscle cell upon excitation

A) calcium ions

B) acetylcholine

C) synaptic cleft

D) sodium ions

E) acetylcholinesterase

F) action potential

D

12

Gap between the axon terminals and the plasma membrane of a neighboring muscle cell

A) calcium ions

B) acetylcholine

C) synaptic cleft

D) sodium ions

E) acetylcholinesterase

F) action potential

C

13

Electrical current that travels the length of the muscle

A) calcium ions

B) acetylcholine

C) synaptic cleft

D) sodium ions

E) acetylcholinesterase

F) action potential

F

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Enzyme that breaks down acetylcholine (ACh)

A) calcium ions

B) acetylcholine

C) synaptic cleft

D) sodium ions

E) acetylcholinesterase

F) action potential

E

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Type of movement that decreases the angle of the joint

A) flexion

B) extension

C) rotation

D) adduction

E) plantar flexion

F) supination

G) abduction

H) inversion

A

16

Type of movement that allows you to carry a soup bowl

A) flexion

B) extension

C) rotation

D) adduction

E) plantar flexion

F) supination

G) abduction

H) inversion

F

17

The movement of a limb toward the body midline

A) flexion

B) extension

C) rotation

D) adduction

E) plantar flexion

F) supination

G) abduction

H) inversion

D

18

Type of movement that points the toes

A) flexion

B) extension

C) rotation

D) adduction

E) plantar flexion

F) supination

G) abduction

H) inversion

E

19

The movement of a bone around its longitudinal axis

A) flexion

B) extension

C) rotation

D) adduction

E) plantar flexion

F) supination

G) abduction

H) inversion

C

20

The movement of a limb away from the body midline

A) flexion

B) extension

C) rotation

D) adduction

E) plantar flexion

F) supination

G) abduction

H) inversion

G

21

Type of movement that turns the sole of the foot medially

A) flexion

B) extension

C) rotation

D) adduction

E) plantar flexion

F) supination

G) abduction

H) inversion

H

22

Primary action of the deltoid

A) flexion

B) extension

C) rotation

D) adduction

E) plantar flexion

F) supination

G) abduction

H) inversion

F

23

Primary action of the adductor muscles

A) flexion

B) extension

C) rotation

D) adduction

E) plantar flexion

F) supination

G) abduction

H) inversion

D

24

Primary action of the erector spinae

A) flexion

B) extension

C) rotation

D) adduction

E) plantar flexion

F) supination

G) abduction

H) inversion

B

25

Primary action of the rectus abdominis

A) flexion

B) extension

C) rotation

D) adduction

E) plantar flexion

F) supination

G) abduction

H) inversion

A