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Muscle tissue practice questions

  1. 1. What tissue is this?
  2. 2. Smooth muscle tissue
  3. 3. What are two alternative names for this tissue?
  4. 4. 1. Involuntary, non-striated muscle 2. Visceral muscle
  5. 5. What tissue is this?
  6. 6. Cardiac muscle tissue
  7. 7. Where is this tissue found?
  8. 8. Walls of the heart (the “myocardium”)
  9. 9. What tissue is this?
  10. 10. Skeletal muscle tissue
  11. 11. Describe the myofibril arrangement in this tissue.
  12. 12. Dense, orderly arrangement producing dark striations
  13. 13. What tissue is this?
  14. 14. Smooth muscle tissue
  15. 15. Describe the “cell type” for this tissue
  16. 16. Elongated, tapered fibers arranged as bundles, sheets, or cords
  17. 17. What tissue is this?
  18. 18. Skeletal muscle tissue
  19. 19. What degree of control do we have over this tissue type?
  20. 20. Voluntary control
  21. 21. What tissue is this?
  22. 22. Cardiac muscle tissue
  23. 23. What are two alternative names for this tissue?
  24. 24. 1. Involuntary, striated muscle 2. Heart muscle
  25. 25. What tissue is this?
  26. 26. Smooth muscle tissue
  27. 27. Describe the nuclear arrangement for this tissue.
  28. 28. One nucleus in the center of the cell
  29. 29. What tissue is this?
  30. 30. Cardiac muscle tissue
  31. 31. Describe the vascular supply for this tissue.
  32. 32. Dense capillary network, continuous supply
  33. 33. What tissue is this?
  34. 34. Skeletal muscle tissue
  35. 35. Where is this tissue found in the human body?
  36. 36. Usually attached to the bones of the skeleton on one or both ends.
  37. 37. What tissue is this?
  38. 38. Skeletal muscle tissue
  39. 39. Describe the nuclear arrangement for this tissue.
  40. 40. Multiple, peripheral nuclei
  41. 41. What tissue is this?
  42. 42. Smooth muscle tissue
  43. 43. Describe the vascular supply for this tissue.
  44. 44. Good blood supply, but highly variable
  45. 45. What tissue is this?
  46. 46. Skeletal muscle tissue
  47. 47. What microscopic “view” is seen in this picture?
  48. 48. Cross-section (short axis)
  49. 49. What tissue is this?
  50. 50. Cardiac muscle tissue
  51. 51. Describe the “cell type” for this tissue.
  52. 52. Short fibers which form a branching & weaving network with intercalated discs
  53. 53. What tissue is this?
  54. 54. Skeletal muscle tissue
  55. 55. How does this muscle tissue rank against the other two for blood supply?
  56. 56. Ranks 2nd
  57. 57. What tissue is this?
  58. 58. Smooth muscle tissue
  59. 59. Describe the contraction of this muscle tissue.
  60. 60. Rhythmic, powerful, yet slow to contract & relax
  61. 61. What tissue is this?
  62. 62. Skeletal muscle tissue
  63. 63. What is an alternative name for this muscle tissue?
  64. 64. Voluntary, striated muscle
  65. 65. What tissue is this?
  66. 66. Skeletal muscle tissue
  67. 67. What identifying characteristics (list primary & secondary) are visible in this slide?
  68. 68. • 1. Primary – multiple, peripheral nuclei • 2. Primary – long, cylindrical, parallel fibers • 3. Secondary – dark striations
  69. 69. What tissue is this?
  70. 70. Cardiac muscle tissue
  71. 71. Describe the myofibril arrangement in this tissue.
  72. 72. Dense (but less than skeletal), orderly producing faintly visible striations
  73. 73. What tissue is this?
  74. 74. Smooth muscle tissue
  75. 75. How does this muscle tissue rank against the other two for blood supply?
  76. 76. Ranks 3rd
  77. 77. What tissue is this?
  78. 78. Skeletal muscle tissue
  79. 79. What microscopic “view” is seen in this picture?
  80. 80. Longitudinal section (long axis)
  81. 81. What tissue is this?
  82. 82. Cardiac muscle tissue
  83. 83. What are the “darker” lines called?
  84. 84. Intercalated discs
  85. 85. What tissue is this?
  86. 86. Skeletal muscle tissue
  87. 87. Describe the “cell type” for this tissue.
  88. 88. Long, cylindrical, parallel fibers arranged as bundles within bundles
  89. 89. What tissue is this?
  90. 90. Cardiac muscle tissue
  91. 91. What degree of control do we have over this tissue type?
  92. 92. Involuntary control
  93. 93. What tissue is this?
  94. 94. Cardiac muscle tissue
  95. 95. Describe the nuclear arrangement for this tissue.
  96. 96. One (sometimes two in larger cells) nucleus in center of cell
  97. 97. What tissue is this? Blood vessel
  98. 98. Skeletal muscle tissue
  99. 99. Describe the vascular supply for this tissue.
  100. 100. Good blood supply, varies with activity
  101. 101. What tissue is this?
  102. 102. Cardiac muscle tissue
  103. 103. Describe the contraction of this muscle tissue.
  104. 104. Rhythmic, rapid, repeating, fibers show coordinated contraction
  105. 105. What tissue is this?
  106. 106. Smooth muscle tissue
  107. 107. Where is this tissue found?
  108. 108. Walls of Internal Organs
  109. 109. What tissue is this?
  110. 110. Skeletal muscle tissue
  111. 111. Describe the contraction of this muscle tissue.
  112. 112. Vigorous, short duration,fibers contract independently (fatigue easily)
  113. 113. What tissue is this?
  114. 114. Smooth muscle tissue
  115. 115. Describe the myofibril arrangement in this tissue.
  116. 116. Least dense, random arrangement producing no visible striations
  117. 117. What tissue is this?
  118. 118. Cardiac muscle tissue
  119. 119. How does this muscle tissue rank against the other two for blood supply?
  120. 120. Ranks 1st
  121. 121. What tissue is this?
  122. 122. Smooth muscle tissue
  123. 123. What degree of control do we have over this tissue type?
  124. 124. Involuntary control
  125. 125. What tissue is this?
  126. 126. Cardiac muscle tissue
  127. 127. What is the most prominent identifying characteristic visible?
  128. 128. Intercalated discs
  129. 129. What tissue is this?
  130. 130. Skeletal muscle tissue
  131. 131. What is the “striped” or “banded” look seen in this slide called?
  132. 132. Striated or striations
  133. 133. What tissue is this?
  134. 134. Smooth muscle tissue
  135. 135. Name an organ in the body where this tissue can be found.
  136. 136. Walls of stomach, intestines, esophagus, bladder, uterus, arteries, and more
  137. 137. What tissue is this?
  138. 138. Skeletal muscle tissue
  139. 139. The cell membrane of the tissue is called what?
  140. 140. Sarcolemma
  141. 141. What tissue is this?
  142. 142. Cardiac muscle tissue
  143. 143. Name an organ in the body where this tissue can be found.
  144. 144. Only found in the walls of the heart called the myocardium
  145. 145. What tissue is this?
  146. 146. Skeletal muscle tissue
  147. 147. What are these?
  148. 148. Multiple, peripheral nuclei
  149. 149. What tissue is this?
  150. 150. Skeletal muscle tissue
  151. 151. Name an organ in the body where this tissue can be found.
  152. 152. Name any muscle from the quiz lists such as biceps brachii, trapezius, deltoid, etc.
  153. 153. What tissue is this?
  154. 154. Cardiac muscle tissue
  155. 155. Are there visible striations in this picture?
  156. 156. Yes
  157. 157. What tissue is this?
  158. 158. Skeletal muscle tissue
  159. 159. What is the structure between these arrows called?
  160. 160. The arrows point to the Z-lines. That makes what is between them a sarcomere.
  161. 161. What tissue is this?
  162. 162. Cardiac muscle tissue
  163. 163. This tissue has parallel fibers, so why isn’t it skeletal muscle tissue?
  164. 164. Intercalated discs visible; single, centered nucleus per cell visible; light striations visible
  165. 165. What tissue is this?
  166. 166. Smooth muscle tissue (cross section)
  167. 167. What tissue is this?
  168. 168. Cardiac muscle tissue (cross section)
  169. 169. What tissue is this?
  170. 170. Cardiac muscle tissue
  171. 171. What tissue is this?
  172. 172. Skeletal muscle tissue
  173. 173. What tissue is this?
  174. 174. Cardiac muscle tissue
  175. 175. What tissue is this?
  176. 176. Smooth muscle tissue
  177. 177. What tissue is this?
  178. 178. Cardiac muscle tissue
  179. 179. What tissue is this?
  180. 180. Smooth muscle tissue
  181. 181. What tissue is this?
  182. 182. Skeletal muscle tissue (cross section)
  183. 183. What tissue is this?
  184. 184. Cardiac muscle tissue
  185. 185. What tissue is this?
  186. 186. Smooth muscle tissue
  187. 187. What tissue is this?
  188. 188. Cardiac muscle tissue
  189. 189. What tissue is this?
  190. 190. Skeletal muscle tissue

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