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Muscle TissueLab 9 – Muscle TissueIUSM – 2016I.IntroductionII.Learning ObjectivesIII.KeywordsIV.SlidesA.Types of Muscle1. Striateda. Skeletalb. Cardiac2. SmoothB.Muscle Development (Skeletal)V.SummarySEM of partly unraveled skeletal muscle cell exposing the densely packed myofibrils within.
Muscle Tissue1.Muscleisahighlycellularandvasculartissuespecializedforcontractionviatheinteractionofmyofilaments(betweenthinandthick filaments);it is responsible for movement of the body and forchanges in the size and shape of internal organs.2.Therearethreebasictypesofmuscletissue(skeletal,smooth, andcardiac) classified accordingto appearance of their contractile cells and location.3.Striated muscle is formed during development by thefusionofsmallindividualmusclecellscalledmyoblastsinto larger, multinucleatedmyotubes.Lab 9 – Muscle TissueIUSM – 2016I.IntroductionII.Learning ObjectivesIII.KeywordsIV.SlidesA.Types of Muscle1. Striateda. Skeletalb. Cardiac2. SmoothB.Muscle Development (Skeletal)V.Summary
Learning Objectives1.Understand the structural features of three general types of muscle cellsand how each is organized to form a contractile tissue that performsspecific types of work.2.Understand the structural and functional attributes of connective tissuesassociated with muscle and the myotendinous junction.3.Understand that skeletal muscle contains different types of fibers4.Understand the arrangement of actin and myosin filaments in all threemuscle types.5.Understandthearrangementandrolesoftransversetubules,sarcoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria, and contractile filaments in theprocess of contraction6.Understand the locations and roles of intercellular junctions in muscle7.Understandtheresponseofmuscletoinjuryandtheregenerativecapacity of the various types of muscle.Lab 9 – Muscle TissueIUSM – 2016I.IntroductionII.Learning ObjectivesIII.KeywordsIV.SlidesA.Types of Muscle1. Striateda. Skeletalb. Cardiac2. SmoothB.Muscle Development (Skeletal)V.Summary
KeywordsA-bandCardiac muscleEndomysiumEpimysiumFasciclesI-bandIntercalated discMuscle fiberMyoblastMyocardiumMyocytesMyofibrilsMyotubePerimysiumSarcoplasmic reticulumSatellite cellSkeletal muscleSmooth muscleStriated muscleStriationsT tubuleLab 9 – Muscle TissueIUSM – 2016I.IntroductionII.Learning ObjectivesIII.KeywordsIV.SlidesA.Types of Muscle1. Striateda. Skeletalb. Cardiac2. SmoothB.Muscle Development (Skeletal)V.Summary
Slide 7: Larynx, Trichromelook here to seeskeletal muscleinlongitudinal-sectionlook here to seeskeletal muscleincross-sectionLab 9 – Muscle TissueIUSM – 2016I.IntroductionII.Learning ObjectivesIII.KeywordsIV.SlidesA.Types of Muscle1. Striateda.Skeletalb. Cardiac2. SmoothB.Muscle Development (Skeletal)V.Summary
Slide 7: Larynx, TrichromeLab 9 – Muscle TissueIUSM – 2016I.IntroductionII.Learning ObjectivesIII.KeywordsIV.SlidesA.Types of Muscle1. Striateda.Skeletalb. Cardiac2. SmoothB.

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