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Bolvin-AnatomyCh8A

Review material for the first muscle practical

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another name for muscle cells fibers
thick filament that makes up stationary part of the sarcromere myosin
neurotransmitter that travels across the synaptic cleft to the muscle fiber acetyl choline
plasma membrane of a muscle cell sarcolemma
outer connective tissue covering of a muscle, wraps many fascicles together epimysium
broad fibrous sheet of connective tissue that links 2 muscles together aponeuroses
connective tissue that covers each individual muscle fiber endomysium
contractile unit of the muscle sarcomere
electrical current that passes over the surface of the muscle when enough ACh binds to receptors action potential
type of muscle that is characterized by intercalated discs for communication cardiac
membrane that wraps several muscle fibers together in a fascicle perimysium
connective tissue structure that attaches a muscle to a bone tendon
thin filament that moves in the sarcomere actin
thread like organelle found only in muscle cells that are made up of actin and myosin myofibril
bundles of muscle fibers wrapped in connective tissue fascicle
organelle found in muscle cells that stores and releases calcium during muscle contraction sarcoplasmic reticulum
Created by: abolvin