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This is needed for myosin to dissociate from actin during the crossbridge cycling.
Circulating _________ can exert an effect on smooth muscle without an action potential.
Adenosine acts on smooth muscle cell and _______ cell.
Plasma _______ is the most potent vasodilator of cerebral blood vessels.
Over a wide range of pressures, blood flow to the brain is kept _______.
_________ inactivates myosin light chain kinase.
An increase in K+ channels and decrease in Ca2+ channels causes smooth muscle _______.
Rate of shortening of smooth muscle depends on ATPase rate and the percentage of ____________.
Epinephrine released by the adrenal medulla cause vasodilation through this receptor.
_________ faciliatates dephosphorylation of myosin.
Myosin light chain kinase ___________ myosin light chain and initiates cross bridge cycling.
Myosin and actin of smooth muscles are arranged on ________.
Neural control during extreme exercise is to increase ______ and maintain blood pressure.
________ smooth muscle contracts when you need to empty the bladder.
ATP ________ resets the myosin head from where it rotated.
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The rate of ATP hydrolysis limits the maximum _________ of shortening of smooth muscle.
_________ smooth muscles are coupled to each other by gap junction and contract together.
In smooth muscle, myosin and actin have ______ affinity and need a phosphate in order for myosin to bind to actin.
Autonomic control of smooth muscle can be excitatory (B2 receptors) or _________(M3 receptors).
Removal of inhibition by troponin-tropomyosin complex does not occur in this type of muscle.
Sympathetic stimulation causes vasoconstriction of blood vessels through these receptors.
Opening of this channel causes depolarization in smooth muscle.
Local control during extreme exercise to maintain adequate _________ to the muscle.
_______ mechanism is the maintenance of force while not using as much ATP.
Hyperpolarization of smooth muscle is due to opening of this channel.
Type of muscle that only has Calcium influx from SR.
An increase in Calcium channels and increase in calcium from SR causes smooth muscle ________.
Release of NO by endothelial cell results into ___________ of smooth muscle cell in blood vessel.
Type of muscle where calcium binds to calmodulin instead of troponin.
________ smooth muscle remain contracted for a long period of time.

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