ANP 300 - Lecture 7 - Muscle Tissue

ANP 300 - Lecture 7 - Muscle Tissue - MUSCLE TISSUE Muscle...

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MUSCLE TISSUE
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Muscle Tissue Types - Skeletal - Cardiac - Smooth
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Muscle Tissue Types - Skeletal - Cardiac - Smooth common physiological properties CONTRACTILITY ELASTICITY
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Muscle Tissue Types - Skeletal - Cardiac - Smooth HOMEOSTATIC FUNCTION maintain body temperature striated voluntary
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Skeletal Muscle Development
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Muscle Fascicle Fiber (Cell) Myofibril Myofilaments
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Muscle Fascicle Fiber (Cell) Myofibril Myofilaments
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Muscle Fascicle Fiber (Cell) Myofibril Myofilaments
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Muscle Fascicle Fiber (Cell) Myofibril Myofilaments
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Muscle Fascicle Fiber (Cell) Myofibril Myofilaments thin thick
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Arrangement of Myofilaments Mechanism of Contraction sarcomere sarcomere
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Relaxed Sarcomere Fully Contracted Sarcomere Partially Contracted Sarcomere Z Z I band H H I
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Muscle Contraction - The Length – Tension Curve
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Muscle Contraction - The Velocity – Tension Curve
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Muscle Contraction - Neuromuscular junction - Motor Unit All muscle fibers innervated by a single motor neuron
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- Cramping An involuntarily and forcibly contracted muscle that does not relax. Caused by hyperexcitability of the nerves that stimulate the muscles.
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ANP 300 - Lecture 7 - Muscle Tissue - MUSCLE TISSUE Muscle...

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