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Muscle Act pt 1

Muscles Activity Pt 1

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What kind of muscle tissue is found in the walls of hollow organs? Smooth muscle tissue
What do proteins do when things bind to them? Change shape
Actin strands are described as Thin
What makes ATP? Mitochondria
What change potential energy to mechanical energy? Actin and myosin
Cardiac muscle is described as Striated
What kind of muscle works to keep blood pumping without thinking about it? Involuntary
The body contains 640 skeletal muscles, which are described as Striated
Skeletal muscles work as a result of thought, so they are known as Voluntary
What acts as molecular currency? ATP
Skeletal muscles are made of Bundles of protein fibers
The Sarcoplasmic Reticulum is a very specialized Transport and Storage System
Created by: Lhaynes