Each Myosin filament is also a

  1. Polymeric Protein
  2. Monomeric Protein
  3. Monomeric Glycoprotein
  4. Polymeric Glycoprotein
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Which of the following is a monomeric protein of thick filament?

  1. Meromyosins
  2. Macromyosins
  3. Tropomyosin
  4. Troponin
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Each meromyosin has two

  1. globular head with a short arm
  2. Important part- HMM and LMM
  3. Tails and one head
  4. Short arms and one tail
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The HMM of muscle fibre has not got

  1. Head
  2. Short arm
  3. Tail
  4. Both B and C
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The LMM of muscle fibre is

  1. Tail
  2. Head
  3. Short arm
  4. Both A and C
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The head part of HMM of muscle fibre is

  1. Globular
  2. Triangular
  3. Filamentous
  4. Both B and C
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The globular head is/has

  1. An active ATPase enzyme
  2. Binding sites for ATP
  3. active sites for actin
  4. All of these
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Mechanism of muscle contraction is best explained by

  1. Sliding Filament Theory
  2. Sliding fibre theory
  3. Sliding myofibre theory
  4. Muscle sliding theory
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Sliding Filament Theory states that

  1. Contraction of muscle fibre takes place by the sliding of thin filaments over the thick filaments
  2. Contraction of muscle fibre takes place by the sliding of thick filament over thin Filaments
  3. Relaxation of muscle fibre takes place by the sliding of thick filament over thin filaments
  4. Relaxation of muscle fibre takes place by the sliding of thin filament over thick filament
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The motor unit actually has

  1. Motor neuron
  2. Motor neuron+ muscle fibres
  3. Only muscle fibres
  4. It can be both B and C
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