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histology

Muscle

QuestionAnswer
thin filaments are... actin
thick filaments are... myosin
what are the three types of muscle skeletal, cardiac, smooth
this type of muscle is found in the GI, and intestines smooth muscle
these cells are in skeletal muscle and help to produce more muscle cells, and regeneration satellite cells
name the three types of connective tissue found in skeletal muscle endomysium, perimysium, epimysium
the striation of skeletal muscle is due to these actin and myosin filaments
this is the contractile unit of skeletal muscle the sarcomere
these hold everything on a skeletal muscle in place. some examples are troponin and tropomyosin accesory proteins
this structure is part of the sarcoplasmic reticulum and is where the reservoirs of calcium are located terminal cisternae
this disorder is due to a problem with dystrophin--the accessory protein that holds everything in ploace. there is a basic problem with the organizatin and voluntary control of muscle movement Duchenne's Muscular Dystrophy
name three structures are involved with the innervation of skeletal muscle Golgi tendon organ, muscle spindle, neuromuscular junction
This type of muscle is also striated and contains intercalated discs cardiac muscle
this type of muscle has the best regenerative ability smooth muscle
this type of muscle has slow, longer term contraction smooth muscle
Created by: aferdo01