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Chapter 5 part 1 - Muscular tissues, Connective tissues...

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Muscular tissues, Connective tissues diseases, glands, membranes, burns and scars 10/1 What are the primary characteristics of the three types of muscle tissue? What cell adhere to/connect with each other and the basement membrane? How are glands classified? What are the primary secretions? What is the mucus membrane?
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Dense Regular Connective Tissue: Note that fibroblasts (blue nuclei) are squeezed between the fibers.
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Muscle has the ability to shorted because of actin and myosin filaments that are inside the cells. What are the three types of muscle tissue? All three types have actin and myosin, two proteins that facilitate a change in cell length (contraction) Skeletal Muscle Tissue: Voluntary control, striated appearance, multinucleate, and a short period of contraction (many mitochondria) Cardiac Muscle Tissue: Involuntary control, striated appearance, one nucleus/cell, and a short period of contraction (many mitochondria) Smooth Muscle Tissue: Involuntary control, no striations, one nucleus/cell and long sustained contractions (few mitochondria)
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BIOL 211 taught by Professor Wilson during the Fall '07 term at Winona.

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Chapter 5 part 1 - Muscular tissues, Connective tissues...

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