Muscle Contractions Video Lessons

Video Thumbnail

Concept

Problem: What happens to ATP hydrolysis products after the hydrolysis of ATP by the myosin head, but before the myosin head contacts the actin filament?A. They are further degraded.B. They are released to the cytoplasm.C. The ADP is degraded, while the Pi remains bound to the myosin head.D. They remain attached to the myosin head.E. The Pi group is degraded, while the ADP remains bound to the myosin head.

FREE Expert Solution

Steps in Muscle Contraction:

View Complete Written Solution
Problem Details
What happens to ATP hydrolysis products after the hydrolysis of ATP by the myosin head, but before the myosin head contacts the actin filament?

A. They are further degraded.
B. They are released to the cytoplasm.
C. The ADP is degraded, while the Pi remains bound to the myosin head.
D. They remain attached to the myosin head.
E. The Pi group is degraded, while the ADP remains bound to the myosin head.

Frequently Asked Questions

What scientific concept do you need to know in order to solve this problem?

Our tutors have indicated that to solve this problem you will need to apply the Muscle Contractions concept. You can view video lessons to learn Muscle Contractions. Or if you need more Muscle Contractions practice, you can also practice Muscle Contractions practice problems.