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Anatomy

Anatomy and Physiology 101

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What are the three types of muscle tissue? skeletal, cardiac, and smooth
How do these types differ? structure, location, function, and means of activation
Muscle Contraction depends on what two kinds of myofilaments? actin and myosin
What is a muscle plasma membrane? Sarcolemma
What is the cytoplasm of a muscle cell? Sarcoplasm
What muscle tissue is striated, voluntary, longest muscle cells, is responsible for mobility and is very adaptable? Skeletal muscle tissue
What muscle tissue occurs only in the heart, striated and involuntary? Cardiac muscle tissue
Created by: stefvalley