On the Move

  • Define the following terms:
  • Which structure of muscle organization is the “basic contractile unit of muscle”?
  • What are the six steps listed for the process of muscle contraction?
  • Give an example of an isotonic exercise, and then an isometric exercise. You will likely need to use another source. Be sure to cite!
  • How do cardiac and smooth muscle tissue differ from skeletal muscle?
  • How do the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system differ?
  • Describe the full pathway of the nervous system from sensory receptor to motor effector. If it helps, imagine that you have been stung by a bee. How does that sensory information get to your brain, and how does your brain send out a response? You will likely need to use another source. Be sure to cite!
  • What is the function of the myelin sheath?
  • What is depolarization?
  • How do the parasympathetic and sympathetic autonomic systems differ?

a.Voluntary:

 

On the Move

  • Define the following terms:
  • Which structure of muscle organization is the “basic contractile unit of muscle”?
  • What are the six steps listed for the process of muscle contraction?
  • Give an example of an isotonic exercise, and then an isometric exercise. You will likely need to use another source. Be sure to cite!
  • How do cardiac and smooth muscle tissue differ from skeletal muscle?
  • How do the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system differ?
  • Describe the full pathway of the nervous system from sensory receptor to motor effector. If it helps, imagine that you have been stung by a bee. How does that sensory information get to your brain, and how does your brain send out a response? You will likely need to use another source. Be sure to cite!
  • What is the function of the myelin sheath?
  • What is depolarization?
  • How do the parasympathetic and sympathetic autonomic systems differ?

a.Voluntary:

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