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Muscular System

The _____ of the body have a different structure than skeletal muscles. This type of muscle is found in the walls of both hollow and visceral organs. ___ are under involuntary control. There are two major types of smooth muscles: multiunit and visceral. smooth muscles
This type of smooth muscle is found in the walls of blood vessels and in the irises of the eyes. ______ are constructed in separate fibers instead of sheets. Multiunit smooth muscles
______ are sheets of cells that lie very close to each other. This type of muscle is the more common of the two smooth muscle types and can be found in the walls of hollow organs, such as the stomach, bladder, intestines and uterus. Visceral muscles
______ is only found in the heart. Like skeletal muscle, it’s basically striated. The structure of cardiac muscle permits the unique action necessary for heart function. Cardiac muscle
Created by: jhey33