• 00:00 1.
    index 1
  • 00:20 2.
    Goals of the Lecture
  • 00:54 3.
    Outlines
  • 00:58 4.
    Characteristics & Functions of Muscle
  • 01:37 5.
    Characteristics & Functions of Muscle
  • 02:37 6.
    Morphological Classification of Muscle
  • 03:55 7.
    Muscle Type and Activity
  • 04:40 8.
    Outlines
  • 04:44 9.
    Slide 10
  • 04:57 10.
    Outlines
  • 04:58 11.
    Shapes of Skeletal Muscle
  • 05:58 12.
    Skeletal Muscle Action
  • 06:51 13.
    Skeletal Muscle Action
  • 08:53 14.
    Slide 15
  • 10:10 15.
    Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
  • 11:39 16.
    Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
  • 12:25 17.
    Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
  • 13:16 18.
    Structure of Skeletal Myofiber1
  • 14:52 19.
    Structure of Skeletal Myofiber2
  • 15:53 20.
    Structure of Skeletal Myofiber3
  • 16:41 21.
    Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
  • 16:49 22.
    Thick Filament1
  • 18:12 23.
    Thick Filament2
  • 18:12 24.
    Thick Filament1
  • 18:29 25.
    Thick Filament2
  • 19:49 26.
    Slide 25
  • 20:39 27.
    Thick Filament3
  • 21:06 28.
    Thin Filament1
  • 22:24 29.
    Thin Filament2
  • 24:34 30.
    Structure of Sarcomere1
  • 25:13 31.
    Structure of Sarcomere2
  • 28:32 32.
    Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
  • 30:13 33.
    Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
  • 31:03 34.
    Sensory Receptors of Skeletal M.
  • 32:26 35.
    Structure of M. Spindle
  • 32:49 36.
    Structure of M. Spindle
  • 34:19 37.
    Structure of M. Spindle
  • 35:18 38.
    Structure of M. Spindle
  • 36:27 39.
    How to maintain the sensitivity of afferent (sensory) nerve during skeletal muscle contraction?
  • 37:53 40.
    Sensitivity Modulation(α-γ Coactivation)
  • 38:59 41.
    Skeletal Muscle Repair
  • 39:41 42.
    Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
  • 40:10 43.
    Outlines
  • 40:14 44.
    Sliding Filaments
  • 41:16 45.
    Sliding Filaments
  • 41:35 46.
    Slide 45
  • 43:03 47.
    Slide 46
  • 44:15 48.
    Example Question
  • 45:27 49.
    Example Question
  • 45:28 50.
    Example Question
  • 45:42 51.
    Example Question
  • 47:37 52.
    Outlines
  • 47:42 53.
    Slide 50
  • 49:24 54.
    Phases of M. Contraction
  • 50:06 55.
    Process of Skeletal Muscle Contraction
  • 50:39 56.
    Process of Skeletal Muscle Contraction
  • 51:26 57.
    Neuromuscular Junction1
  • 52:10 58.
    Neuromuscular Junction2
  • 52:58 59.
    Cosmetic Aesthetic Medicine
  • 54:18 60.
    Neuromuscular Junction3
  • 55:28 61.
    Neuromuscular Junction4
  • 55:29 62.
    Neuromuscular Junction5
  • 55:29 63.
    Neuromuscular Junction4
  • 57:01 64.
    Neuromuscular Junction5
  • 58:01 65.
    Neuromuscular Junction6
  • 59:20 66.
    Neuromuscular Junction Disease
  • 1:01:59 67.
    Process of Skeletal Muscle Contraction
  • 1:03:59 68.
    Events of M. Contraction
  • 1:04:38 69.
    Events of M. Contraction
  • 1:06:05 70.
    Molecular Mechanisms of Contraction
  • 1:07:36 71.
    Crossbridge Cycle1
  • 1:11:26 72.
    Crossbridge Cycle2
  • 1:12:57 73.
    Summary of Crossbridge Cycle
  • 1:13:22 74.
    Slide 69
  • 1:15:31 75.
    Process of Skeletal Muscle Contraction
  • 1:17:37 76.
    Process of Skeletal Muscle Relaxation
  • 1:18:47 77.
    Muscle Cramps
  • 1:20:06 78.
    Outlines
  • 1:20:10 79.
    Slide 74
  • 1:20:58 80.
    Skeletal Muscle Reflexes
  • 1:21:55 81.
    Monosynaptic Stretch Reflex
  • 1:24:57 82.
    Disynaptic Reflex
  • 1:26:33 83.
    Reciprocal Innervation
  • 1:27:31 84.
    Outlines
  • 1:27:37 85.
    Types of Muscle Contraction
  • 1:29:39 86.
    Isotonic Contraction With Different Loads
  • 1:30:12 87.
    Load-Velocity Relation
  • 1:30:24 88.
    Slide 83
  • 1:31:24 89.
    Different Response of M. Fiber vs. Whole Muscle
  • 1:33:23 90.
    Different Response of M. Fiber vs. Whole Muscle
  • 1:33:36 91.
    Motor Unit1
  • 1:34:32 92.
    Motor Unit2
  • 1:35:39 93.
    Motor Unit3
  • 1:37:59 94.
    Muscle Tone
  • 1:39:13 95.
    Frequency-Tension Relation1
  • 1:41:09 96.
    Frequency-Tension Relation2
  • 1:41:35 97.
    Muscle Force1
  • 1:42:14 98.
    Muscle Force2
  • 1:43:41 99.
    Length-Tension Relation1
  • 1:44:52 100.
    Slide 94
  • 1:45:01 101.
    Length-Tension Relation2
  • 1:47:25 102.
    Muscle Fatigue
  • 1:50:24 103.
    Causes of Muscular Fatigue
  • 1:53:42 104.
    Outlines
  • 1:53:48 105.
    Energy for Contraction1
  • 1:57:04 106.
    Energy for Contraction2
  • 1:57:58 107.
    Energy Sources in Working M.
  • 1:58:48 108.
    Slide 102
  • 1:59:06 109.
    Functions of ATP in Skeletal-Muscle Contraction
  • 2:00:16 110.
    Types of Skeletal Muscle Fiber1
  • 2:03:28 111.
    Types of Skeletal Muscle Fiber2
  • 2:04:35 112.
    Slide 106
  • 2:04:58 113.
    Types of Skeletal Muscle Fiber2
  • 2:11:35 114.
    Exercise Training on Adaptation of Muscle Fibers
  • 2:12:23 115.
    Exercise Training on Adaptation of Muscle Fibers
  • 2:13:54 116.
    Myofascial Pain
  • 2:14:44 117.
    Goals of the Lecture
  • 2:14:55 118.
    Outlines
  • 2:14:58 119.
    Smooth Muscle
  • 2:15:07 120.
    Structural Characteristics of Smooth M1
  • 2:15:41 121.
    Structural Characteristics of Smooth M2
  • 2:17:24 122.
    Structural Characteristics of Smooth M3
  • 2:17:53 123.
    Structural Characteristics of Smooth M4
  • 2:19:59 124.
    Structural Characteristics of Smooth M5
  • 2:20:30 125.
    Voltage-Gated Channels in Smooth M.
  • 2:21:23 126.
    Outlines
  • 2:21:30 127.
    Single Muscle Twitch
  • 2:22:11 128.
    Smooth Muscle Contraction
  • 2:24:46 129.
    Mechanisms of Smooth M. Relaxation1
  • 2:25:17 130.
    Mechanisms of Smooth M. Relaxation2
  • 2:27:18 131.
    Smooth M. Latch State
  • 2:29:24 132.
    Unique Mechanical Properties
  • 2:29:53 133.
    Difference in Contraction Mechanism Between Smooth M. & Striated M.
  • 2:31:03 134.
    Outlines
  • 2:31:08 135.
    Classification of Smooth Muscle
  • 2:31:19 136.
    Single-Unit Smooth Muscle1
  • 2:32:10 137.
    Single-Unit Smooth Muscle2
  • 2:33:33 138.
    Single-Unit Smooth Muscle3
  • 2:33:33 139.
    Single-Unit Smooth Muscle2
  • 2:34:15 140.
    Single-Unit Smooth Muscle3
  • 2:36:12 141.
    Multiunit Smooth Muscle1
  • 2:37:16 142.
    Multiunit Smooth Muscle2
  • 2:38:05 143.
    Goals of the Lecture
  • 2:38:26 144.
    Outlines
  • 2:38:27 145.
    Cardiac Muscle
  • 2:38:33 146.
    Cardiac Muscle
  • 2:39:45 147.
    Characteristics of the Cardiac M.
  • 2:41:15 148.
    Automaticity (Chronotropic effect)
  • 2:41:44 149.
    Conductivity (Dromotropic effect)
  • 2:43:47 150.
    Action Potentials of contractile cardiac cellsPhase 0: Rapid depolarization (Na+ channels open, Na+ in)Phase 1: Rapid, partial early repolarization (Na+ channels close)Phase 2: Prolonged period of slow repolarization (Ca2+ channels open, Ca2+ in; fast K+
  • 2:46:02 151.
    Excitability
  • 2:47:13 152.
    Contractility (Inotropic effect)
  • 2:49:43 153.
    Contractility
  • 2:51:14 154.
    Contractility
  • 2:52:25 155.
    Contractility
  • 2:53:03 156.
    Contractility
  • 2:54:15 157.
    Mechanism of Cardiac Muscle Excitation, Contraction, & Relaxation (Lusitropic effect)
  • 2:58:30 158.
    Slide 150
  • 2:59:14 159.
    Excitation Contraction: Cardiac vs. Skeletal M.
  • 3:00:34 160.
    Goals of the Lecture
  • 3:00:52 161.
    Comparison of Skeletal, Cardiac, and Smooth Muscle
  • 3:02:25 162.
    Comparison of Skeletal, Cardiac, and Smooth Muscle
  • 3:06:28 163.
    Comparison of Skeletal, Cardiac, and Smooth Muscle
  • 3:13:32 164.
    Comparison of Skeletal, Cardiac, and Smooth Muscle
  • 3:20:06 165.
    Slide 157
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    • 00:00 1.
      index 1
    • 00:20 2.
      Goals of the Lecture
    • 00:54 3.
      Outlines
    • 00:58 4.
      Characteristics & Functions of Muscle
    • 01:37 5.
      Characteristics & Functions of Muscle
    • 02:37 6.
      Morphological Classification of Muscle
    • 03:55 7.
      Muscle Type and Activity
    • 04:40 8.
      Outlines
    • 04:44 9.
      Slide 10
    • 04:57 10.
      Outlines
    • 04:58 11.
      Shapes of Skeletal Muscle
    • 05:58 12.
      Skeletal Muscle Action
    • 06:51 13.
      Skeletal Muscle Action
    • 08:53 14.
      Slide 15
    • 10:10 15.
      Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
    • 11:39 16.
      Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
    • 12:25 17.
      Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
    • 13:16 18.
      Structure of Skeletal Myofiber1
    • 14:52 19.
      Structure of Skeletal Myofiber2
    • 15:53 20.
      Structure of Skeletal Myofiber3
    • 16:41 21.
      Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
    • 16:49 22.
      Thick Filament1
    • 18:12 23.
      Thick Filament2
    • 18:12 24.
      Thick Filament1
    • 18:29 25.
      Thick Filament2
    • 19:49 26.
      Slide 25
    • 20:39 27.
      Thick Filament3
    • 21:06 28.
      Thin Filament1
    • 22:24 29.
      Thin Filament2
    • 24:34 30.
      Structure of Sarcomere1
    • 25:13 31.
      Structure of Sarcomere2
    • 28:32 32.
      Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
    • 30:13 33.
      Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
    • 31:03 34.
      Sensory Receptors of Skeletal M.
    • 32:26 35.
      Structure of M. Spindle
    • 32:49 36.
      Structure of M. Spindle
    • 34:19 37.
      Structure of M. Spindle
    • 35:18 38.
      Structure of M. Spindle
    • 36:27 39.
      How to maintain the sensitivity of afferent (sensory) nerve during skeletal muscle contraction?
    • 37:53 40.
      Sensitivity Modulation(α-γ Coactivation)
    • 38:59 41.
      Skeletal Muscle Repair
    • 39:41 42.
      Architecture of Skeletal Muscle
    • 40:10 43.
      Outlines
    • 40:14 44.
      Sliding Filaments
    • 41:16 45.
      Sliding Filaments
    • 41:35 46.
      Slide 45
    • 43:03 47.
      Slide 46
    • 44:15 48.
      Example Question
    • 45:27 49.
      Example Question
    • 45:28 50.
      Example Question
    • 45:42 51.
      Example Question
    • 47:37 52.
      Outlines
    • 47:42 53.
      Slide 50
    • 49:24 54.
      Phases of M. Contraction
    • 50:06 55.
      Process of Skeletal Muscle Contraction
    • 50:39 56.
      Process of Skeletal Muscle Contraction
    • 51:26 57.
      Neuromuscular Junction1
    • 52:10 58.
      Neuromuscular Junction2
    • 52:58 59.
      Cosmetic Aesthetic Medicine
    • 54:18 60.
      Neuromuscular Junction3
    • 55:28 61.
      Neuromuscular Junction4
    • 55:29 62.
      Neuromuscular Junction5
    • 55:29 63.
      Neuromuscular Junction4
    • 57:01 64.
      Neuromuscular Junction5
    • 58:01 65.
      Neuromuscular Junction6
    • 59:20 66.
      Neuromuscular Junction Disease
    • 1:01:59 67.
      Process of Skeletal Muscle Contraction
    • 1:03:59 68.
      Events of M. Contraction
    • 1:04:38 69.
      Events of M. Contraction
    • 1:06:05 70.
      Molecular Mechanisms of Contraction
    • 1:07:36 71.
      Crossbridge Cycle1
    • 1:11:26 72.
      Crossbridge Cycle2
    • 1:12:57 73.
      Summary of Crossbridge Cycle
    • 1:13:22 74.
      Slide 69
    • 1:15:31 75.
      Process of Skeletal Muscle Contraction
    • 1:17:37 76.
      Process of Skeletal Muscle Relaxation
    • 1:18:47 77.
      Muscle Cramps
    • 1:20:06 78.
      Outlines
    • 1:20:10 79.
      Slide 74
    • 1:20:58 80.
      Skeletal Muscle Reflexes
    • 1:21:55 81.
      Monosynaptic Stretch Reflex
    • 1:24:57 82.
      Disynaptic Reflex
    • 1:26:33 83.
      Reciprocal Innervation
    • 1:27:31 84.
      Outlines
    • 1:27:37 85.
      Types of Muscle Contraction
    • 1:29:39 86.
      Isotonic Contraction With Different Loads
    • 1:30:12 87.
      Load-Velocity Relation
    • 1:30:24 88.
      Slide 83
    • 1:31:24 89.
      Different Response of M. Fiber vs. Whole Muscle
    • 1:33:23 90.
      Different Response of M. Fiber vs. Whole Muscle
    • 1:33:36 91.
      Motor Unit1
    • 1:34:32 92.
      Motor Unit2
    • 1:35:39 93.
      Motor Unit3
    • 1:37:59 94.
      Muscle Tone
    • 1:39:13 95.
      Frequency-Tension Relation1
    • 1:41:09 96.
      Frequency-Tension Relation2
    • 1:41:35 97.
      Muscle Force1
    • 1:42:14 98.
      Muscle Force2
    • 1:43:41 99.
      Length-Tension Relation1
    • 1:44:52 100.
      Slide 94
    • 1:45:01 101.
      Length-Tension Relation2
    • 1:47:25 102.
      Muscle Fatigue
    • 1:50:24 103.
      Causes of Muscular Fatigue
    • 1:53:42 104.
      Outlines
    • 1:53:48 105.
      Energy for Contraction1
    • 1:57:04 106.
      Energy for Contraction2
    • 1:57:58 107.
      Energy Sources in Working M.
    • 1:58:48 108.
      Slide 102
    • 1:59:06 109.
      Functions of ATP in Skeletal-Muscle Contraction
    • 2:00:16 110.
      Types of Skeletal Muscle Fiber1
    • 2:03:28 111.
      Types of Skeletal Muscle Fiber2
    • 2:04:35 112.
      Slide 106
    • 2:04:58 113.
      Types of Skeletal Muscle Fiber2
    • 2:11:35 114.
      Exercise Training on Adaptation of Muscle Fibers
    • 2:12:23 115.
      Exercise Training on Adaptation of Muscle Fibers
    • 2:13:54 116.
      Myofascial Pain
    • 2:14:44 117.
      Goals of the Lecture
    • 2:14:55 118.
      Outlines
    • 2:14:58 119.
      Smooth Muscle
    • 2:15:07 120.
      Structural Characteristics of Smooth M1
    • 2:15:41 121.
      Structural Characteristics of Smooth M2
    • 2:17:24 122.
      Structural Characteristics of Smooth M3
    • 2:17:53 123.
      Structural Characteristics of Smooth M4
    • 2:19:59 124.
      Structural Characteristics of Smooth M5
    • 2:20:30 125.
      Voltage-Gated Channels in Smooth M.
    • 2:21:23 126.
      Outlines
    • 2:21:30 127.
      Single Muscle Twitch
    • 2:22:11 128.
      Smooth Muscle Contraction
    • 2:24:46 129.
      Mechanisms of Smooth M. Relaxation1
    • 2:25:17 130.
      Mechanisms of Smooth M. Relaxation2
    • 2:27:18 131.
      Smooth M. Latch State
    • 2:29:24 132.
      Unique Mechanical Properties
    • 2:29:53 133.
      Difference in Contraction Mechanism Between Smooth M. & Striated M.
    • 2:31:03 134.
      Outlines
    • 2:31:08 135.
      Classification of Smooth Muscle
    • 2:31:19 136.
      Single-Unit Smooth Muscle1
    • 2:32:10 137.
      Single-Unit Smooth Muscle2
    • 2:33:33 138.
      Single-Unit Smooth Muscle3
    • 2:33:33 139.
      Single-Unit Smooth Muscle2
    • 2:34:15 140.
      Single-Unit Smooth Muscle3
    • 2:36:12 141.
      Multiunit Smooth Muscle1
    • 2:37:16 142.
      Multiunit Smooth Muscle2
    • 2:38:05 143.
      Goals of the Lecture
    • 2:38:26 144.
      Outlines
    • 2:38:27 145.
      Cardiac Muscle
    • 2:38:33 146.
      Cardiac Muscle
    • 2:39:45 147.
      Characteristics of the Cardiac M.
    • 2:41:15 148.
      Automaticity (Chronotropic effect)
    • 2:41:44 149.
      Conductivity (Dromotropic effect)
    • 2:43:47 150.
      Action Potentials of contractile cardiac cellsPhase 0: Rapid depolarization (Na+ channels open, Na+ in)Phase 1: Rapid, partial early repolarization (Na+ channels close)Phase 2: Prolonged period of slow repolarization (Ca2+ channels open, Ca2+ in; fast K+
    • 2:46:02 151.
      Excitability
    • 2:47:13 152.
      Contractility (Inotropic effect)
    • 2:49:43 153.
      Contractility
    • 2:51:14 154.
      Contractility
    • 2:52:25 155.
      Contractility
    • 2:53:03 156.
      Contractility
    • 2:54:15 157.
      Mechanism of Cardiac Muscle Excitation, Contraction, & Relaxation (Lusitropic effect)
    • 2:58:30 158.
      Slide 150
    • 2:59:14 159.
      Excitation Contraction: Cardiac vs. Skeletal M.
    • 3:00:34 160.
      Goals of the Lecture
    • 3:00:52 161.
      Comparison of Skeletal, Cardiac, and Smooth Muscle
    • 3:02:25 162.
      Comparison of Skeletal, Cardiac, and Smooth Muscle
    • 3:06:28 163.
      Comparison of Skeletal, Cardiac, and Smooth Muscle
    • 3:13:32 164.
      Comparison of Skeletal, Cardiac, and Smooth Muscle
    • 3:20:06 165.
      Slide 157
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    肌肉生理學
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    賴亮全
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    Created
    2022-09-14 09:02:50
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