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Biology
Muscular tissue
Red muscles are rich in
(a) Only myosin
(b) Hemoglobin and glucose
(c) Lactic acid and acetic acid
(d) Myoglobin and cytochrome
Biology
Muscular tissue
Differentiate between striated, un-striated and cardiac muscles on the basis of their structure and site/location in the body.
Biology
Muscular tissue
What is the structure of the muscular system?
Biology
Muscular tissue
How can I make a 3D stomach model?
Biology
Muscular tissue
Differentiate between Singleunit and Multiunit smooth muscles.
Biology
Muscular tissue
Two bones can be connected by which of the following connective tissue?
A)Ligament
B)Tendon
C)Bone tissue
D)All of the above
Biology
Muscular tissue
What are myoblasts?
Biology
Muscular tissue
Sliding filament theory can be best explained as
(a)Actin and myosin filaments do not shorten but rather slide passes each other
(b)When the myofilaments slide passes each other myosin filament shortens, while actin filaments do not shorten.
(c)when myosin filament slide passes each other actin filaments shorten, while myosin filament does not shorten
(d)Actin and myosin filaments shorten and slide passes each other.
Biology
Muscular tissue
Which cartilage is present at the end of a long bone?
A. Hyaline cartilage
B. Fibrous cartilage
C. Calcified cartilage
D. Elastic cartilage
Biology
Muscular tissue
Striated muscles are found in
A. Gall bladder
B. Wall of bronchi
C. Leg muscles
D. Lungs
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