Chlorpromazine is an antipsychotic drug that reduces paranoia and hallucinations by increasing involuntary muscle movements. reducing involuntary muscle movements. dampening responsiveness to irrelevant stimuli. decreasing the availability of norepinephrine. elevating arousal and mood

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AP Psychology

Chlorpromazine is an antipsychotic drug that reduces paranoia and hallucinations by increasing involuntary muscle movements. reducing involuntary muscle movements. dampening responsiveness to irrelevant stimuli. decreasing the availability of norepinephrine. elevating arousal ...

science

this muscle helps to transport blood to and from the heart A. smooth muscle B. cardiac muscle C. skeletal muscle D. involuntary muscle. Is it D

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Your elbow and knee are examples of ligaments. joints.**** cartilage. angles. The muscular system allows our bones to strengthen. contract. lengthen. move.**** This muscle helps to transport blood to and from the heart. smooth muscle cardiac muscle**** skeletal muscle ...

Health

1. The muscular system is essential because it allows our bones to strengthen contract lengthen move 2. which muscle is attached to a bone by tendons? smooth muscle cardiac muscle skeletal muscle involuntary muscle 3. To prevent injury, each time you participate in a vigorous ...

science

Which part of the brain is responsible for the maintenance of muscle tone and the coordination of muscle movements? A. Midbrain C. Hippocampus B. Hypothalamus D. Cerebellum

Science

What muscles do we have more of skeletal muscles, smooth muscles, cardiac muscle or involuntary muscle?

biology

Which of the following is true of skeletal muscle? A. Contraction of skeletal muscle can alter blood flow through the heart. B. Skeletal muscle contraction produces movements of the body. C. Skeletal muscles pump blood throughout the body. D. Flexion of a skeletal muscle ...

science

what is difference between voluntary and involuntary muscle?

Physical Education

What type of muscle is only found in one place in the body? Cardiac muscle. (MY ANSWER) Ligament muscle. Skeletal muscle. Smooth muscle.

Human Anatomy

(Part 2) Include the steps involved in transmitting the impulse “microscopically” through an individual neuron, from one neuron to another, and then from the neuron to the muscle fiber. (Part 3) Include in this the steps involved in the actual muscle fiber contraction – ...

Cellular Anatomy

The function of smooth muscle is to provide? A. cushioning around the joints B.rapid contractions C.skeletal support D. involuntary movement Can some one check my answer it is (D)

Biology

17.Which one of the following statements is true regarding voluntary and involuntary responses? A.Voluntary responses control the activity of glands. B.Involuntary responses are part of the autonomic system. C.Voluntary responses originate in the sensory receptors. D....

drug classifications: body systems

which of the following antidiabetics help to control high blood sugar by reducing glucose production in the liver and by increasing insulin-dependent glucose uptake in muscle cells?

Health

3. The muscular system allows our bones to: A. Strenthen B. Contract C. Lenghthen D. Move***** 4. This muscle helps to transport blood to and from the heart: A. Smooth Muscle***** B. cardiac Muscle C. Skeletal Muscle D. Invoulntary Muscle 5. The blood vessels that return blood...

A&P

Situation: You need to step up on a step to reach an object on a high shelf over your head. Your starting point should be anatomical position and your finishing point should be the position you are in once your hand has reached the object overhead. (Part 1) Trace the nerve ...

vet asst.

which of the following is true of a smooth muscle? A. IT CAN'T MAINTAIN A STEADY STATE OF CONTRACTION B. SMOOTH MUSCLE CAN SOFTEN MORE RELATIVE TO ITS LENGTH COMPARED WITH STRIATED (SKELETAL) MUSCLE C. SMOOTH MUSCLE CAN'T MAINTAIN AN EVEN AMOUNT OF TENSION D. ITS UNDER ...

english

Which of the following statements about literary movements is NOT true? A. A literary movement is a period that shares a particular set of ideas, concerns, or characteristics. B. Ideas, concerns, or characteristics may be shared by literary movements. C. Literary movements may...

SUBJECT

Which of the following statements about literary movements is NOT true? A A literary movement is a period that shares a particular set of ideas, concerns, or characteristics. B Ideas, concerns, or characteristics may be shared by literary movements. C Literary movements may ...

Science help URGENT

Muscles located in the walls of the small intestine help push digested material along. Muscles located in the walls of arteries help push blood along. Based on this information and your understanding of muscle types, which of the following statements is correct? Both sets of ...

human physiology

Acetylcholine is known to increase the contractility of smooth muscle. And norepinephrine is known to decrease the contractility of smooth muscle. Oxytocin is a hormone that causes uterine contractions. Correct? I did an experiment with a lab rat. We removed the ovaries and ...

Anatomy

What is the the muscles nervous systems ? Muscles are: Smooth muscle Skeletal muscle Cardiac muscle

Science

Identify the following types of tissue as connective, muscle, nerve, or ephithelial: A. Tendon - Muscle B. Sciatic Nerve- Nerve C. Fat - ? D. Blood Vessel - Nerve E. Skin - Ephithelial F. Ligament - ? G. Bone - ? H. Muscle - Muscle ( I got them all except for Fat, Ligament, ...

Science

Identify the following types of tissue as connective, muscle, nerve, or ephithelial: A. Tendon - Muscle B. Sciatic Nerve- Nerve C. Fat - ? D. Blood Vessel - Nerve E. Skin - Ephithelial F. Ligament - ? G. Bone - ? H. Muscle - Muscle ( I got them all except for Fat, Ligament, ...

Health

_____are the result of an injury to a ligament DOMS Muscle sprain Muscle strain*** Overuse injury _______ Is the result of an injury to either a muscle or a tendon DOMS Muscle sprain*** Muscle strain Overuse injury

Chemistry

Your muscles are switched on by releasing calcium ion from the sarcoplasmic reticulum that surrounds your muscle bundles. The Ca2+ binds to a muscle fiber, and that triggers the contraction. To relax the muscle again, Ca2+ must be pumped out, so that the concentration in...

Biology (muscle response)

Suppose you are asleep and the doorbell rings. You stumble to your feet and move toward the door, open it and speek with your visitor. Think of the many changes occurring in your body as you awaken and respond. How does the three types of muscle tissue help? I'm having ...

Anatomy

Can someone help me answer these 4 questions I have? Skeletal muscle cell are long and do not branch. Why is this the best structure for this type of muscle? Why does having many long, branched dendrites and axons beneficial for nervous tissue? How does muscle generate heat? ...

physics

hey, i was wondering if someone could explain and help me with this problems. please and thank you! A person holds an object of mass m = 4 kg on the palm of the hand with the arm stretched as shown in the attached figure. Use the torque equilibrium equation to determine the ...

physics

A person bends over, and lifts an object of mass m = 28.5 kg while keeping the back parallel with the floor. The muscle that attaches 2/3 of the way up the spine maintains the position of the back. This muscle is called the back muscle or latissimus dorsi muscle. The angle ...

MAT Algebra

There are approximately 4 lbs of muscle for every 5 lbs of body weight of a certain animal. For a 110-lb animal, how much of the weight is muscle? There are ____ lbs of muscle

Fitness Topics

When you massage an exercised muscle, you help to A. increase the efficiency for the removal of wastes. B. decrease the amount of oxygen moving to the muscle. C. decrease the amount of blood moving to the muscle. D. increase its lifting capacity. im going with B

Anatomy

Is the Linea ALba a muscle? I know it's a band of connective tissue. Do this classify it as a muscle? thank you

PHYSICS

The chin-up is one exercise that can be used to strengthen the biceps muscle. This muscle can exert a force of approximately 800 N as it contracts a distance of 7.5 cm in a 78 kg male. How much work can the biceps muscles (one in each arm) perform in a single contraction? 1 J ...

health

Skeletal muscle fibets are striated and each acts _of the neighboring muscle fibers

M

Small muscle usually occurs before large muscle development think false

Psychology

1. One of the addictive aspects of alcohol can be found in the difference between actual effects and perceived effects. Although alcohol is a depressant, many claim that it: (a)causes intoxication. (b)results is slurred speech. (c)produces feelings of happiness. (d)reduces ...

Soc. Studies

How were the abolitionist and women's rights movements related? A.The abolitionist movement was patterned on the women's rights movement. B.The two movements competed for resources. C.The two movements had entirely opposing underlying philosophies. D.Many prominent women ...

Physiology

Would you expect the muscle fibers of the tongue to be striated or smooth? What about the muscle of the diaphragm? Explain your answer.

science

Which of the following groups of tissue types is found in blood vessels? A. Connective, muscle, and nervous tissues B. Muscle and nervous tissues C. Connective, epithelial, and nervous tissues D. Epithelial and muscle tissues I think it's C because I don't remember reading ...

muscle physiology

okay so we did a lab on muscle physiology. acquired one small 2 cm length of psoas muscle . teased the bundle of muscle fibers into individual muscle fibers. aligned 3 individual fibers on each of three different microscope slides and placed 1 fiber on a fourth slide ( control...

Biology

Muscle are made up of muscle functions called____ ____. Its two words... I was thinking myosin and actin , however, not sure if i AM CORRECT.

Anatomy

Muscle tone reduces the length of the alimentary canal to __________.

Plz Help. I am lost!!!Human Anatomy and Physiology

1. Macroscopic Neurology – trace impulse macroscopically through the nervous system from the brain to the muscle 2. Microscopic Neurology – trace impulse as it passes through the neuron, neuron to neuron, and across the NMJ 3. Sliding Filament Theory explanation 4. Muscles...

Anatomy & Physiology

A characteristic of smooth muscle, not seen in skeletal or cardiac muscle, is? A. intercalated disks B. peristalsis C. sarcosomes D. longer, cylindrical myofibrils

history

Hi. Can someone please help me find alot info for this question. In the 19th century there were many reform movements in america such as slaery, women's suffrage, prohibition, free public education, native american citizenship and many others. What views did the southern ...

health

Muscular atrophy involves a process in which A. muscle fibers enlarge and increase protein filaments B. muscles deteriorate resulting in a decrease in the size and strength of muscle tissue. C. muscle fibers replace connective tissue. D. muscles deteriorate in size, but remain...

health

Muscular atrophy involves a process in which A. muscle fibers enlarge and increase protein filaments B. muscles deteriorate resulting in a decrease in the size and strength of muscle tissue. C. muscle fibers replace connective tissue. D. muscles deteriorate in size, but remain...

physiology

Most of the glucose secreted by the liver during fasting is due to A. glycogenolysis. B. gluconeogenesis. C. lipolysis. D. deamination 57.Fatty acids are NOT an energy source for A. the brain. B. resting skeletal muscle. C. the liver. D. the heart. is it the brain ? What type ...

10th grade Science

Explain how a drug sits on acetylcholine receptors will affect muscle function? Is it because the drug would act as a blocking agent to prevent the receptors from gathering information on what to do?

world civilizations II

nationalist movements: a. all began as traditionalist, religiously based movements b. were called "tongs" in China c. were usually led by people with extensive knowledge of Western ideas and values d. did not begin in Southeast Asia until the 1930's

Please help! Exam Monday! Anatomy & Physiology

A characteristic of smooth muscle, not seen in skeletal or cardiac muscle, is? A. intercalated disks B. peristalsis C. sarcosomes D. longer, cylindrical myofibrils

Calculus

Find the open intervals on which f(x) = -6x^2 + 96x + 7 is increasing or decreasing. a. increasing on (-inf, 16); decreasing on (16, inf). b. increasing on (-inf, 14); decreasing on (14, inf). c. increasing on (-inf, 84); decreasing on (84, inf). d. increasing on (-inf, 56); ...

algebra

There are approximately 4lbs of muscle for every 7lbs of body weight of a certain animal, how much of the weight is muscle?

bio

What does a skeltal muscle fiber look like? I looked in google, but it shows images of skeltal muscle.

HEALTH

Skeletal muscle fibers are striated and each acts ________ of neighboring muscle fibers. A. Dependently B. In conjunction C. Independently D. None of the above C?

Personal fitness

There are three important benefits to the warm up session: (1 point) flexibility is increased, the muscle is pushed to its full potential, and the chance of dizziness or fainting caused by the pooling of blood in the extremities is reduced. aids in the dissipation of waste ...

Anatomy & Physiology

Excercising muscle will receive more oxygen from hemoglobin than will relaxed muscle because: a)it's PO2 is low b)it's PCO2 is high c)both a and b d)both a and b and its temp is higher than usual

statistics

if young men thought that their own level of muscle was about what women prefer, the mean "muscle gap" in the study would be 0. we suspect that young men think women prefer more muscle than they themselves have. a)what is the value of he test statistic Z? b)you can tell from ...

physics

The average human has a density of 940 kg/m3 after inhaling and 1028 kg/m3 after exhaling. (a) Without making any swimming movements, what percentage of the human body would be above the surface in the Dead Sea (a lake with a water density of about 1230 kg/m3) in each of these...

World History

Around the world people were leading Civil Rights movements to move all peoples toward equality. Select TWO nations and compare their Civil Rights movements

The Work of Streams

1. What is the force behind mass movements? C. gravity 2. Which of the following is NOT true about mass movements? B. Mass movements always lead to landslides. 3. Oversteepened slopes often lead to mass movements because _____. (1 point) D. the angle of their slope is greater ...

science 3 questions

A rock climber grasps onto a ledge in the rock wall. How do the bones and muscles in his arm interact to allow him to hold on? photo of a man climbing a rock wall All of the muscles in his arm contract to hold his arm in position. His arm muscles work in pairs so that one ...

Help ASAP, plz?

A rock climber grasps onto a ledge in the rock wall. How do the bones and muscles in his arm interact to allow him to hold on? photo of a man climbing a rock wall All of the muscles in his arm contract to hold his arm in position. His arm muscles work in pairs so that one ...

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A rock climber grasps onto a ledge in the rock wall. How do the bones and muscles in his arm interact to allow him to hold on? photo of a man climbing a rock wall All of the muscles in his arm contract to hold his arm in position. His arm muscles work in pairs so that one ...

Physics

Hairs on the arms are tilted upward when a person gets goose bumps. The contracting muscle is called arrector pili and connects to the epidermis and the root sheath. Can you identify an action-reaction pair of forces that is involved in its action? My ans: I think the ...

algebra

there are approximately 4lbs of muscle for every 5lbs of body weight of a certain animal for a 115-lbs animal, how much of the weight is muscle

health

How is cardiac muscle similar to smooth muscle? A. Both are striated B. They share no similarities C. They share no differences D. Both have one central nucleus C?

health

How is cardiac muscle similar to smooth muscle? A. Both are striated B. They share no similarities C. They share no differences D. Both have one central nucleus D?

health

how is cardiac muscle similar to smooth muscle a. both are striated b.they share no similarities c. they share no differences d. both have one central nucleus

math

There are approximately 4 lbsof muscle for every 5 lbs of body weight of a certain animal. For a 125-lb animal, how much of the weight is muscle?

algebra

there are approximately 4lb of muscle for every 5lbs of body weight of a certain animal for a 115-lb animal how much of the weight is muscle

soc

When change is brought about through movements such as the Civil Rights Movement and the Women's Suffrage movement, movements that were the result of actions between groups in society, this is an example of __________ in action. Choose one answer. a. structural fuctionalism 1 ...

algebra 1b

There are approximately 31lbs of muscle for every 41lbs of body weight of a certain animal for a 96-lb animal, how much of the weight is muscle?

Science / math

I have data on ATPase activity of two types of muscle at different concentrations of Ca 2+ and although the leg muscle seems to be more responsive than the flight i have to prove this statistically I don't know whether my data is paired or not. I think that it is not paired ...

physics

a coconut is falling from a palm tree which of these is correct? velocity of coconut p.e of coconut 1-decreasing decreasing 2-increasing decreasing 3-increasing increasing 4-decreasing increasing

humanities

Summarize each event and explain how the changing attitudes of the time were expressed through these various political events and movements such as civil rights, gender equality, and warDescribe how the arts (music, literature, and visual art) were influenced by these changes ...

ap world history

I'm working on an assignment in regards to nationalism. I am focusing on the countries or region: Middle East, Africa, Asia, China, and latin America. What sites offer info in regards to the countries that were formed, and newly independent countries, goals of indpendence ...

Science

Which of the following must be true of the structures of axons and muscle cells in order for nerve impulses to stimulate muscle contraction? A. Axons in muscle cells must both have structures that make in secrete the same molecules B. Axons in muscle cells must both have ...

English

1. He still felt fun about the show to watch the dynamic movements of the dancers. 2. He still felt funny about the show to watch the dynamic movements of the dancers. 3. He still felt fun to watch the dynamic movements of the dancers about the show. (Are they all grammatical...

HISTORY HELP, URGENT

Describe the major goals of two of the following movements: women, Latinos, Native Americans, people with disabilities, and consumers. Why do you think some of the same people who helped with these movements also helped with the environmental movement? I'm very confused and ...

Science

Which of the following must be true about the structures of axons and muscle cells in order for nerve impulses to stimulate muscle contraction? a- Axons and muscle cells must both have structures that make and secrete the same small molecules. b- axons and muscle cells must ...

Science

Which of the following must be true about the structures of axons and muscle cells in order for nerve impulses to stimulate muscle contraction? a- Axons and muscle cells must both have structures that make and secrete the same small molecules. b- axons and muscle cells must ...

Science

Which of the following must be true about the structures of axons and muscle cells in order for nerve impulses to stimulate muscle contraction? a- Axons and muscle cells must both have structures that make and secrete the same small molecules. b- axons and muscle cells must ...

Physics

A person exerts a horizontal force of F = 179 N in the test apparatus shown in the drawing. (h = 0.35 m.) Find the horizontal force M that his flexor muscle exerts on his forearm. The distance between the fexor muscle and the elbow joinf is .051 m

The practice of working with school age children

How should BMI (body mass index) be used in a child-care setting? A. To determine a body's amount of muscle B. To determine a need to grow taller quickly C. To signal if a person is overweight D. To identify muscle strength C.

Psychology

Sexual arousal in human beings is different from that of animals. It is clear that human sexual arousal can occur: A. only as the result of specific hormone changes. B. only during female ovulation. C. frequently in males, but seldom in females. D. as the result of many ...

human body

With your understanding of bone and muscle tissue (cells and the extracellular material) discuss two lifestyle factors (one for bone and one for muscle) that affect the growth, development, size and/or healing (positively or negatively) of the tissue.

Algebra

Im having a hard time figuring out this problem: Use the function, y=-(x+1)^2 +2, to answer the following parts. The increasing interval and decreasing interval To find both I believe that: increasing : x < -1 decreasing : x > 1 So is this on solution below Increasing ...

Calculus

find the intervals where the function is increasing and the intervals where it is decreasing f(x)= (x^3/3)-(x^2/2) ok i found its derivative which is (f1(x)=(x-1)x my options are increasing a) (0,infinity) b) (-1,0) c(-infinity,0)U(1,infinity) decreasing a) (0,1) b) (-infinity...

Physics

Consider holding a carton of milk in your hand. The force of the bicep muscle actsat an angle of 15 degrees to the vertical, while the weight of the arm and the milk both act downwards. The distance from the elbow to where the bicep muscle is attached via the distal bicep ...

Physics

Consider holding a carton of milk in your hand. The force of the bicep muscle actsat an angle of 15 degrees to the vertical, while the weight of the arm and the milk both act downwards. The distance from the elbow to where the bicep muscle is attached via the distal bicep ...

Biology

Explain the differences between voluntary and involuntary muscles

Biology

During skeletal muscle contraction: Choose one answer. A. the A and I bands do not change length. B. cross bridges are formed between myosin and actin. C. minimal tension can be generated when the muscle is close to its normal resting length. D. the myofilaments change length...

physics

A person bending forward to lift a load with his back, as shown in the figure, rather than with his knees can be injured by large forces exerted on the muscles and vertebrae. The spine pivots mainly at the fifth lumbar vertebra, with the principal supporting force provided by ...

physics

A person bending forward to lift a load with his back, as shown in the figure, rather than with his knees can be injured by large forces exerted on the muscles and vertebrae. The spine pivots mainly at the fifth lumbar vertebra, with the principal supporting force provided by ...

physics

A person bending forward to lift a load with his back, as shown in the figure, rather than with his knees can be injured by large forces exerted on the muscles and vertebrae. The spine pivots mainly at the fifth lumbar vertebra, with the principal supporting force provided by ...

history

1-Which of the following statements about literary movements is NOT true? (1 point) A A literary movement is a period that shares a particular set of ideas, concerns, or characteristics. B Ideas, concerns, or characteristics may be shared by literary movements. C Literary ...

biomechanics

a)Describe the structure of the contractile elements of skeletal muscle b)Sketch a graph of the relationship between developed tension and muscle length and explain the shape of the curve in terms of the interaction between thick and thin myofilaments C) sketch a graph of the ...

U.S History (Please Check)

Which factor contributed most to the increased importance of literature in American culture during the 19th century? The success of major social-reform movements***** The spread of utopian communities throughout the nation The migration of European intellectuals to the United ...

SCIENCE

the brachialis is a short stout muscle inserting cloes to the fulcrum of the elbow joint' the brachioradialis is a slender muscle inserting distally, well way from the fulcrum of the elbow joint. Which is a mechanical advantage and which is a disadvantage

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