Skeletal Muscle MCQs with Answers

Hello students, our next topic for the MCQ is ‘SKELETAL MUSCLE’. The skeletal muscle is made up of muscle bundles or fascicles. This held together by a common collagenous connective tissue layer known as Fascia. The muscle bundle is mainly consists of muscle fibers. The lining of muscle fiber is of plasma membrane and it is called as sarcolemma.

To know more about skeletal muscle topic do read MCQs.

 

MCQ.1):In the human, body contains over ……………. Skeletal muscles.

a)100

b) 200

c) 300

d) 400

 

MCQ.2):The characteristics of skeletal muscle are striated and have ……………… banding.

a)Black

b)Visible

c) Blue

d)Non-visible

 

MCQ. 3):In the structure of skeletal muscle, which of the following surrounds bundles of muscle fibers?

a)Epimysium

b)Endomysium

c)Perimysium

d)Aerimysium

 

MCQ.4):Anatomy of muscle fiber have an abundance of the oxygen-binding protein which is …………………

a)Myogenic

b)Actin

c)Myoglobin

d)Xylin

 

MCQ.5):Which of the following protein is responsible for the composition of thin filaments?

a)Tropomysin

b)Troponin

c)F actin

d)All of above

 

MCQ.6):The repeating functional unit of a myofibril is ……………………..………

a)Sarcoplasm

b)Sarcomere

c)Sarcosome

d)Sarnuclease

 

MCQ.7):…………..Occurs during resting conditions stores energy to synthesis of ATP.

a)Anaerobic respiration

b)Aerobic respiration

c)Creatine phosphate

d)Lactic acid

 

MCQ.8):The term sarcosome is for ………………………

a)Cytoplasm

b)Mitochondria

c)Cell membrane

d)Reticulum

 

MCQ.9):A muscle consists of packages of muscle cells known as ………………

a)Fascicles

b)Fundibulum

c)Inverted

d)Invading

 

MCQ.10):In the organization of skeletal muscle, myofilament is part of ……………

a)Tissue

b)Organ

c)Organelle

d)Sarcomere

 

Answer

1)d) 400

2)b) Visible

3)c) Perimysium

4)c) Myoglobin

5)d) All of above

6)b) Sarcomere

7)c) Creatine phosphate

8)b) Mitochondria

9)a) Fascicles

10)d) Sarcomere


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