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Accumulates as a result of anaerobic ATP production

Lactic acid

Storage form of glucose within muscle cells

Glycogen

can transfer a phosphate directly to ADP

Creatine phosphate

Brings oxygen to the muscle from the lungs

Hemoglobin

Molecule released from a motor neuron to initiate contraction

Acetylcholine

Prevents cross bridge formation

Troponin

Stored within the sarcoplasmic reticulum

Calcium

Forms the cross bridge

Actin and myosin

Carries out powerstroke

Myosin

Responsible for the striations of skeletal muscle tissue seen microscopically

Actin and myosin

Another word for joint

Synapse

Lateral bone of the antebrachium

Radius

Portion of the brain involved in making smooth coordinated movements and learning new motor skills

Cerebellum

Smallest unit of a muscle fiber that can contract

Sarcomere

The minimum amount of a stimulus required to begin an action potential

Threshold

The sagittal suture joins these two bones of the cranium

Parietal