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Anatomy Lab

Microscopic Structure (Terminology)

A muscle is composed of many muscle fibers that are bound together in small bundles called _______. (also, provide the singular name). Fasciculi (Fasciculus - singular)
Adjacent fasciculi are separated from, and bound to, each other by connective tissue called _______. Perimysium
A coarser connective tissue, the _______, surrounds and binds together all of the fasciculi in a muscle. Epimysium
Exterior to the epimysium, the _______ _______ also envelops the entire muscle. deep fascia
Each muscle is separated from, and bound to, adjacent muscle fibers by a thin layer of connective tissue called _______. Endomysium
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