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Physiology 244
Animal practical 1
08/08/2014
Exercise 1
Question 1
The amplitude of the muscle contraction increased as the voltage increased until a threshold was met.
Question 2
The smallest voltage that resulted in a contraction would be that of 0.0500V. Only a portion of the muscle fibers contracted at the above mentioned voltage while the other fibers were relaxed. Given the small force produced at this low voltage (0.0370 N) in comparison to that of the voltage that resulted in the largest contraction (0.1940N) less than 20 percent of the fibers contracted at this voltage.
Question 3
The smallest voltage that produced the largest contraction would be that of 0.8000V. During this stimulus 100 percent of the muscle fibers were contracted because at a voltage of 0.8000 a supramaximal excitation voltage of 1.2000 V was calculated.
Question 4
It can be concluded that as the voltage was raised to result in a maximal contraction there was an increase in the percentage of muscle fibers that contracted. As the voltage of stimulus increases the percentage of muscle fibers contracting increases until the maximal contraction is reached. After the maximal contraction is reached the percentage of muscle fiber contractions decreases.
Question 5
The individual muscle cells follow the all or none law (when the muscle cell is adequately stimulated it will contract ) however the muscle consists of thousands of muscle cells and react to stimuli with a graded response. The graded response allows for the synchronization of muscle fibers. This allows for the muscle fibers to work more like a system instead of each individual muscle fiber working alone. The graded response of the muscle as a whole gives the muscle the ability to lift an object , regardless of the weight, as smoothly as possible.
Exercise 2
Question 6
As the muscle length was increased the resting…...

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