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EZ-Anat Ch. 8

Barron's E-Z Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 8 review

The type of muscle found in the walls of the digestive tract is: Smooth Muscle
Heart muscle is also known as: Cardiac Muscle
The most abundant type of muscle in the human body is a striated muscle, also known as: Skeletal Muscle
Muscles that work against each other are said to be: Antagonistic
Smooth muscle is so-named because it contains no: Striations
The muscle cells between some smooth muscles are linked together by junctions known as: gap junctions
Where skeletal muscles are voluntary muscles, the smooth muscles are: involuntary muscles
Single-unit smooth muscle cells are interconnected by: gap junctions
The ends of cardiac muscle cells are connected to one another by gap junctions in: intercalated disks
Cardiac muscle is similar to smooth muscle because it is not under: voluntary control
Created by: alhobonoah