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Muscles ch10

ch 10 of Tortora textbook

Name the 3 types of muscle tissue. Skeletal, Cardiac, and Smooth
What is the only kind of muscle tissue that is NOT striated? Smooth muscle tissue
What is the only kind of muscle tissue that is voluntary? Skeletal muscle tissue
What are the FOUR key functions of muscle tissue? producing body movements, stabilizing body positions, storing and moving substances within the body, generating heat
What are the FOUR special properties of muscle tissue? electrical excitability, contractility, extensibility, and elasticity
What is the outermost layer surrounding muscle tissue? Epimysium
Perimysium surroundfs groups of 10 to 100 muscle fibers, separating them into bundles called _________. Fascicles
Both epimysium and perimysium are _____ ______ connective tissue. dense irregular
the innermost layer of muscle tissue is called _______. endomysium
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