2nd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination March 2010


2nd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination March 2010

Subject: Physiology-II (New Curriculum)

Full marks: 100 Time: 3hours

Use separate answer script for each group

Answer any three parts from each question

All questions carry equal marks


Q: No: 01: a) Name the contrictile units of muscle. Mention the steps of molecular mechanism of skeletal muscle contraction.

b) What is muscle twitch? State the factors affecting force of muscular contraction.

c) Name the properties of muscle. Compare isotonic & isometric contraction of muscle.

d) Write short notes on: i) Muscle spindle ii) Muscle tone

Q: No: 02: a) What is myasthenia gravis? Describe the source of energy & metabolic phenomenon during muscle contraction.

b) Define exercise and classify endurance. What are the long term effects of cardiovascular and respiratory system after physical exercise?

c) What are the suggestions must be adhered to inorder to prevent physical damage and injuries during weight training?

d) Write short notes on: i) Oxygen debt ii) R.Q


Q: No: 03: a) Define health and physical fitness. Write the components of physical fitness and wellness.

b) Explain the mechanism of heat gain of body. What are the sign, symptoms and immediate case of heat exhaustion?

c) Classify Neurotransmitter. Describe the neuromuscular junction.

d) What are the criteria of good nutrition for sports person? Give your suggestions about your diet in case of reducing weight.

Q: No: 04: a) Enumerate the energy system used in various sports.

b) What is biological age? What changes take place in the body due to age?

c) Compare the difference between skeletal, cardiac & smooth muscle.

d) Write short notes on: i) Heat acclimatization ii) Athlete heart

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