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PhysioEx 9.0 exercise 2
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activity 6:

1. Explain what happens in the skeletal muscle sarcomere to result in the changes in active, passive, and total force when the resting muscle length is changed.

2. Explain the dip in the total force curve as the muscle was stretched to longer lengths.

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1. Changes in the by the length-tension relationship.

2. The dip in the total force curve is due to the muscle length.



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Thanks! Happy



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Marking as solved.



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answers to PhysioEx 9.0 Exercise 2: Skeletal Muscle Physiology. This is just a guide to help you out with your lab. I got 100% on it. Hope this helps  Grin



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THis is Awesome



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Thanks!



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thank you soooo much! i find these exercises to be incredibly tedious and truly appreciate your help! Grin



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Thank you for your Help



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Am I the only one finding Exercise 2 on Physio 9 hard?



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activity 5 number 1 it decreases



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Axons release acetylcholinesteras e and these neurotransmitters bind to the other neuron and create a chemical signal.



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hope this counts as a meaningful post so I can view the document. :-/



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