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PhysioEx 9.0 EXERCISE 2 ACTIVITY 1 - 7.
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Thank you for the time invested in your response and the clarity that allowed me to better understand a few elements of my lab exercise.

John

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Thanks for all the help guys!



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Thanks everyone for the help with this exercise! It's been a tough one for me.
Could someone help me with this question?

Beyond what stimulus frequency is there no further increase in the peak force? What is the muscle tension called at this frequency?



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Thanks everyone for the help with this exercise! It's been a tough one for me.
Could someone help me with this question?

Beyond what stimulus frequency is there no further increase in the peak force? What is the muscle tension called at this frequency?


After 146 stimuli/sec there is no further increase in force. This is the maximal tetanic tension.



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Appreciate this! Thanks OP!



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Appreciate this! Thanks OP!

No problem Happy start a new thread next time okay!?

also, make sure to make my response as a best answer Tongue



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This was great!! I really needed help with this!!! Thank you!!



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I am not entirely sure how all of this works because I am new to the website, but I definitely need any help I can get with this exercise!! I would appreciate it so much if I could view the attachment! thanks so much  Smile



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I have to agree with the last post.  Some work feels like busy work.



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Thanks for all of your help!



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Sorry about that. Here is the exercise in word format. You should be able to view them and the answers are almost all correct... 95% ish
apparently the only way i can access this is if i say something "meaningful" So thanks!



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I think that answer to # 4 is

Skeletal muscle fiber: The name for an individual skeletal muscle cell

Motor Unit: A motor neuron and all of the muscle fibers that it innervates.

Skeletal muscle twitch: The mechanical response or contraction to a single action potential.

Electrical Stimulus: In this simulation it represents the means of stimulating the muscle. Represents the action potential coming from the motor neuron.

Latent period: The period of time that elapses between the generation of an action potential in a muscle cell and the start of the muscle contraction.



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this was very helpful



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THANK YOU!! Too Funny



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