IsotonicMyofibrilContractionTime= SlowResistanceto Fatigue =Highgap acrosswhich nerveimpulses passfrom oneneuron to thenexthamstringsduring theupwardmovement ina squatAdductionMyofilamentConcentricThickfilamentPronationDendriteBreaks apartacetylcholine toallow themuscle to relaxaftercontractionincreases theangle betweenthe bones ofthe limb at thejointmusclelengthensas itcontractsFlexionnerve fibrethat carriesa nerveimpulseContractionTime=very fastFatigueresistance=lowTypeII AMusclecontractsconcentricallyto move thebone relative tothe jointNeurotransmitterSlidingFilamentTheoryMotorNeuronemovement of alimb or otherpart away fromthe midline ofthe bodycontractions producemovements of aconstant speedspecial piece ofequipment known asan Isokineticdynamometer isrequiredActinDepressionneurotransmitterreleased bynerve cells thatstimulates thecontraction of skeletalmuscles and helps tocarry impulses acrossthe synapse.IsotonicMyofibrilContractionTime= SlowResistanceto Fatigue =Highgap acrosswhich nerveimpulses passfrom oneneuron to thenexthamstringsduring theupwardmovement ina squatAdductionMyofilamentConcentricThickfilamentPronationDendriteBreaks apartacetylcholine toallow themuscle to relaxaftercontractionincreases theangle betweenthe bones ofthe limb at thejointmusclelengthensas itcontractsFlexionnerve fibrethat carriesa nerveimpulseContractionTime=very fastFatigueresistance=lowTypeII AMusclecontractsconcentricallyto move thebone relative tothe jointNeurotransmitterSlidingFilamentTheoryMotorNeuronemovement of alimb or otherpart away fromthe midline ofthe bodycontractions producemovements of aconstant speedspecial piece ofequipment known asan Isokineticdynamometer isrequiredActinDepressionneurotransmitterreleased bynerve cells thatstimulates thecontraction of skeletalmuscles and helps tocarry impulses acrossthe synapse.

SEHS Topic 4.1 and 4.2 - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. Isotonic
  2. Myofibril
  3. Contraction Time= Slow Resistance to Fatigue = High
  4. gap across which nerve impulses pass from one neuron to the next
  5. hamstrings during the upward movement in a squat
  6. Adduction
  7. Myofilament
  8. Concentric
  9. Thick filament
  10. Pronation
  11. Dendrite
  12. Breaks apart acetylcholine to allow the muscle to relax after contraction
  13. increases the angle between the bones of the limb at the joint
  14. muscle lengthens as it contracts
  15. Flexion
  16. nerve fibre that carries a nerve impulse
  17. Contraction Time=very fast Fatigue resistance=low
  18. Type II A
  19. Muscle contracts concentrically to move the bone relative to the joint
  20. Neurotransmitter
  21. Sliding Filament Theory
  22. Motor Neurone
  23. movement of a limb or other part away from the midline of the body
  24. contractions produce movements of a constant speed special piece of equipment known as an Isokinetic dynamometer is required
  25. Actin
  26. Depression
  27. neurotransmitter released by nerve cells that stimulates the contraction of skeletal muscles and helps to carry impulses across the synapse.