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How does lipid solubility effect hemolysis of red blood cells? I know that lipid solubility of ethanol is greater than ethylene glycerol and glycerol. However, I don’t understand how that effects hemolysis, since it focuses on concentrations of solutes effect on the diffusion of water in and out of the cell?! Please help lolWhat is the primary function of muscle tissue? A) conversion of chemical energy into mechanical energy B) conversion of chemical energy into radiant energy C) conversion of mechanical energy into heat energy D) conversion of heat energy into mechanical energy E) conversion of heat energy into chemical energy 46) The calcaneus: A) is the largest, strongest tarsal bone B) is the heel bone C) receives weight transferred by the fibula D) both A and B E) all of the above 47) Muscles of facial expression: A) generally originate from bones of the facial skull generally insert into the skin are innervated by the Facial nerve (CN VII) B) C) D) both A and C all of the above E) 48) A contraction cycle: A) cannot begin until Ca* has bound to troponin B) cannot begin until the myosin binding sites on actin are exposed Q) tropomyosin D) both A and B E) both B and C cannot begin until Ca2+ has bound to 49) When you are sitting normally in a chair, upon which bones does your weight rest? A) ilia B) ischia C) pubic bones D) sacrum E) coccygeal 50) All of the following are true of muscle tissue regeneration except: A) Skeletal muscle tissue retains its mitotic ability and ability to regenerate throughout life. B) Smooth muscle fibers of the uterus and arterial walls have regenerative capacity. C) Skeletal muscle fibers are derived from embryonic cells called myoblasts. D) Most body tissues have more regenerative capacity than the muscle tissues. E) Healthy cardiac muscle fibers may undergo hypertrophy to compensate for damaged cells.