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Figure 2.34

NASM 4th Edition: Chapter 2- Figure 2.34 Structure of the Skeletal Muscle

literally refers to multiple bundles of muscle fibers held together by connective tissue muscle
the outermost layer of connective tissue fascia
what layer of connective tissue is underneath the fasci and surrounds the muscle epimysium
what connect to the bone and help form the muscle's tendon fascia and epimysium
a grouping of muscle fibers that contain myofibrils fascicle
the connective tissue that surrounds the fascicle perimysium
the deepest layer of connective tissue that surrounds the individual muscle fibers endomysium
a plasma membrane that surrounds a single muscle fiber sarcolemma
Structure of the skeletal muscle 1. Fascia 2. Epimysium 3. perimysium- surrounds each 4. fascicle- contains individual muscle fibers 5. Endomysium- surrounds each bundle of individual muscle fibers in the fascicle
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