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skeletal muscle 08

structure of skeletal muscle

epimysium is a layer of connective tissue which ensheaths the entire muscle.
fasciculus a bundle of muscle fibers
what forms a direct attachment fiers of the epimysium fuse directly with the periosteum of a bone
what forms an indirect attachment the tendon and aponeurosis forms indirect attachments from muscles to the periosteumof bones or to the connective tissue of other muscles.
origin of the mscle the fixed or stable end
insertion the more movable attachment
**sarcolemma** is the cell membrane of a muscle cell. The membrane is designed to receive and conduct stimuli.
Created by: leslylod11