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Laboratory Manual for Human Anatomy & Physiology Main Version 4th Edition By Terry Martin – Test Bank

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Laboratory Manual for Human Anatomy & Physiology Main Version 4th Edition By Terry Martin – Test Bank

Lab Manual for Human Anatomy and Physiology, 4e (Martin)
Chapter 10 Muscle and Nervous Tissues

1) Muscle cells are also called muscle fibers.

Answer: TRUE
Topic: Microscopic anatomy, location, and function of muscular tissue
Bloom’s: 1. Remember
Learning Outcome: 10.02 Differentiate the special characteristics of each type of muscle tissue and nervous tissue.
Activity Type: New
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

2) Which type(s) of muscle tissue is/are striated?
A) Skeletal only
B) Smooth only
C) Skeletal and cardiac
D) Skeletal and smooth
E) Cardiac only

Answer: C
Topic: Microscopic anatomy, location, and function of muscular tissue
Bloom’s: 3. Apply
Learning Outcome: 10.03 Indicate an example location and function of each type of muscle tissue and nervous tissue.
Activity Type: New
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

3) Which of the following is NOT true of skeletal muscle?
A) Skeletal muscle is the only type of muscle tissue that is voluntary.
B) Skeletal muscle is the only type of muscle tissue that is multinucleated.
C) Skeletal muscle is responsible for posture, breathing, and heat production.
D) All skeletal muscles are attached directly to the bones of the skeleton by means of tendons.
E) All of these are true of skeletal muscle.

Answer: D
Topic: Microscopic anatomy, location, and function of muscular tissue
Bloom’s: 2. Understand
Learning Outcome: 10.02 Differentiate the special characteristics of each type of muscle tissue and nervous tissue.
Activity Type: New
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

4) Which of the following is NOT a function of smooth muscle?
A) Peristalsis in visceral organs such as the small intestine and ureters
B) Changing the size of the pupil when the lighting conditions change
C) Causing “goose bumps” in response to cold temperature or fear
D) Causing the movements associated with airflow
E) Pumping of the blood through the heart

Answer: E
Topic: Microscopic anatomy, location, and function of muscular tissue
Bloom’s: 2. Understand
Learning Outcome: 10.02 Differentiate the special characteristics of each type of muscle tissue and nervous tissue.
Activity Type: New
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

5) Cardiac muscle is found in the walls of the heart and blood vessels.

Answer: FALSE
Topic: Microscopic anatomy, location, and function of muscular tissue
Bloom’s: 1. Remember
Learning Outcome: 10.01 Sketch and label the characteristics of muscle tissues and nervous tissues that you were able to observe
Activity Type: New
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

6) What is/are the function(s) of the gap junctions found between cardiac muscle cells?
A) They provide routes for electrical impulses to be passed from one cell to another.
B) They prevent adjacent cells from coming apart.
C) They initiate the heart beats.
D) They are routes of delivery for oxygen and nutrients to the cardiac muscle cells.
E) They stop electrical impulses from being passed from cell to cell.

Answer: A
Topic: Microscopic anatomy, location, and function of muscular tissue
Bloom’s: 2. Understand
Learning Outcome: 10.02 Differentiate the special characteristics of each type of muscle tissue and nervous tissue.
Activity Type: New
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

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