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    Muscle tissue practice questions Muscle tissue practice questions Presentation Transcript

    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • What are two alternative names for this tissue?
      • Involuntary, non-striated muscle 2. Visceral muscle
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • Where is this tissue found?
    • Walls of the heart (the “myocardium”)
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • Describe the myofibril arrangement in this tissue.
    • Dense, orderly arrangement producing dark striations
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • Describe the “cell type” for this tissue
    • Elongated , tapered fibers arranged as bundles , sheets , or cords
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • What degree of control do we have over this tissue type?
    • Voluntary control
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • What are two alternative names for this tissue?
      • Involuntary, striated muscle 2. Heart muscle
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • Describe the nuclear arrangement for this tissue.
    • One nucleus in the center of the cell
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • Describe the vascular supply for this tissue.
    • Dense capillary network, continuous supply
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • Where is this tissue found in the human body?
    • Usually attached to the bones of the skeleton on one or both ends.
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • Describe the nuclear arrangement for this tissue.
    • Multiple, peripheral nuclei
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • Describe the vascular supply for this tissue.
    • Good blood supply, but highly variable
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • What microscopic “view” is seen in this picture?
    • Cross-section (short axis)
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • Describe the “cell type” for this tissue.
    • Short fibers which form a branching & weaving network with intercalated discs
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • How does this muscle tissue rank against the other two for blood supply?
    • Ranks 2 nd
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • Describe the contraction of this muscle tissue.
    • Rhythmic, powerful, yet slow to contract & relax
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • What is an alternative name for this muscle tissue?
    • Voluntary, striated muscle
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • What identifying characteristics (list primary & secondary) are visible in this slide?
      • 1. Primary – multiple, peripheral nuclei
      • 2. Primary – long, cylindrical, parallel fibers
      • 3. Secondary – dark striations
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • Describe the myofibril arrangement in this tissue.
    • Dense (but less than skeletal), orderly producing faintly visible striations
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • How does this muscle tissue rank against the other two for blood supply?
    • Ranks 3 rd
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • What microscopic “view” is seen in this picture?
    • Longitudinal section (long axis)
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • What are the “darker” lines called?
    • Intercalated discs
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • Describe the “cell type” for this tissue.
    • Long, cylindrical, parallel fibers arranged as bundles within bundles
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • What degree of control do we have over this tissue type?
    • Involuntary control
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • Describe the nuclear arrangement for this tissue.
    • One (sometimes two in larger cells) nucleus in center of cell
    • What tissue is this? Blood vessel
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • Describe the vascular supply for this tissue.
    • Good blood supply, varies with activity
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • Describe the contraction of this muscle tissue.
    • Rhythmic, rapid, repeating, fibers show coordinated contraction
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • Where is this tissue found?
    • Walls of Internal Organs
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • Describe the contraction of this muscle tissue.
    • Vigorous, short duration,fibers contract independently (fatigue easily)
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • Describe the myofibril arrangement in this tissue.
    • Least dense, random arrangement producing no visible striations
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • How does this muscle tissue rank against the other two for blood supply?
    • Ranks 1 st
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • What degree of control do we have over this tissue type?
    • Involuntary control
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • What is the most prominent identifying characteristic visible?
    • Intercalated discs
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • What is the “striped” or “banded” look seen in this slide called?
    • Striated or striations
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • Name an organ in the body where this tissue can be found.
    • Walls of stomach, intestines, esophagus, bladder, uterus, arteries, and more
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • The cell membrane of the tissue is called what?
    • Sarcolemma
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • Name an organ in the body where this tissue can be found.
    • Only found in the walls of the heart called the myocardium
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • What are these?
    • Multiple, peripheral nuclei
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • Name an organ in the body where this tissue can be found.
    • Name any muscle from the quiz lists such as biceps brachii, trapezius, deltoid, etc.
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • Are there visible striations in this picture?
    • Yes
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • What is the structure between these arrows called?
    • The arrows point to the Z-lines. That makes what is between them a sarcomere .
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • This tissue has parallel fibers, so why isn’t it skeletal muscle tissue?
    • Intercalated discs visible; single, centered nucleus per cell visible; light striations visible
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue (cross section)
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue (cross section)
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue (cross section)
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • What tissue is this?
    • Smooth muscle tissue
    • What tissue is this?
    • Cardiac muscle tissue
    • What tissue is this?
    • Skeletal muscle tissue