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Muscular Tissue

histology and characteristics of muscular tissue

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Which types of muscle tissue are involuntary? smooth and cardiac for sure, skeletal is too
Only one type of muscle tissue is voluntary - which type is it? skeletal
Which type of muscle tissue contains multinucleated cells? skeletal
Which types of muscle normally contain one nucleus per cell? cardiac and smooth
Where is smooth muscle found in the human body? inside most internal organs like stomach, intestines, esophagus, urinary bladder, iris of the eye...
Where is cardiac muscle found in the human body? heart
Where is skeletal muscle found in the human body? attached to your bones/skeleton
Which types of muscle tissue are striated? skeletal and cardiac
Which type of muscle tissue is non-striated? smooth
Which muscle tissue is characterized by long, cylindrical cells with several nuclei? skeletal
Which muscle tissue is characterized by branching cells? cardiac
Which muscle tissue is characterized by cells that are spindle or almond shaped? smooth
Created by: smonahan