Today’s Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology Mock paper focuses on the Structure and Function of the Muscular System
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Below you will find 10 mock questions, checking your knowledge and understanding of the muscular system
First Read the relevant section in your manual or use our Revision Bootcamp, and then work through the following 10 mock questions. Do this under exam conditions. i.e. with no assistance from your book. This will highlight your strengths and weaknesses within the muscular system. If you can answer these questions, the likelihood is – you’ll breeze through your exam – check your answers at the bottom of the page – GOOD LUCK!
Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology Revision Mock Paper: Part 3 of 4 – Revision Questions:
1. Name and give an example of the three types of muscle:
|Type of Muscle||Example|
2. Reciprocal I_____________ occurs when one muscle contracts and the opposite muscle relaxes.
3. Describe the following terms:
4. Loss of muscle mass associated with ageing is known as?
5. There are two myofilaments in a skeletal muscle that work together to create a muscle contraction; what is the THIN myofilament one called?
6. Label this image: (click to enlarge)
7. Which of the following is a characteristic of involuntary muscle?
8. Which of the following muscles would be the prime mover during knee flexion?
9. Slow twitch muscle fibres:
|A||Are employed in high intensity activities|
|B||Use the CP (creatine phosphate) energy system|
|C||Are employed in low intensity activity|
|D||Have a poorer blood supply than other muscle fibres|
10. Which of the following is recommended to reduce the effects of ageing on the muscular system?
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Voluntary = striated Musculoskeletal i.e. Quadriceps
Involuntary = smooth i.e. artery walls and digestion and diaphragm
Cardiac = Striated = the heart
Prime Movers = These muscles cause movement to occur. They create the normal range of movement in a joint by contracting and are also referred to as agonists. They are the muscles that are primarily responsible for generating the movement.
Antagonist= These muscles act in opposition to the movement generated by the agonists and are responsible for returning a limb to its initial position. this relaxes whilst the agonist contracts – reciprocal inhibition
Synergist = These muscles perform, or assist in performing, the same set of joint motion as the agonists.
Fixator =These muscles provide the necessary support to assist in holding the rest of the body in place while the movement occurs. Fixators are also sometimes called stabilizers.
4. B – Sarcomere
5. Actin is the Thin Myfilament; Myosin is slightly thicker.
6. label the diagram
A = Tendon; B = Epimysium; C = Perimysium; D = Muscle Fibre; E =Myofillament; F =Sarcomere; G = Fascicle (Group of muscle fibres)
7. C – Smooth
8. B- Hamstrings
9. C- Are employed in low intensity activity
10. C – Resistance Training
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