Muscles - Muscle Tissue Recall There Are Three Types of...

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    Muscle Tissue
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    Recall There Are Three Types of Muscle  Tissue Skeletal Voluntary Attached to Skeleton Cardiac Involuntary Heart Smooth Involuntary Around Hollow Organs and Tubes
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    Muscle Prefixes Myo Myofibrils Myosin Myoglobin Sarco Sarcolemma Sarcoplasm Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Sarcomere
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    Organization of a Muscle
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    Sarcomere During a Muscle Contraction The Sarcomere is the Unit of Contraction in a Muscle During Contraction the Sarcomere will Shorten This is Due to the Z Lines Moving Closer to Each Other
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    Neuromuscular Junction
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    Neuromuscular Junction Muscle Contractions are Controlled by Neurons The Connection Between the Neuron and the Muscle is Known as the Neuromuscular Junction
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    Muscle Contraction
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    Muscle Motor Units
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    Motor Unit A Motor Unit is the Motor Neuron and The Muscle Fibers (Cells) that It Innervates
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    Where do Nerves and Blood  Vessels Enter a Muscle?
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    Blood Vessels and Nerves Enter in The Center of the Muscle—then Branch
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    Cardiac and Smooth Muscle
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