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Unformatted text preview: 2. Award: 1.00 point Problems? Adjust credit for all students. Correctly label the following features of muscle and fascia. fat
Subcutaneous fat Skin Fascia Subcutaneous fat Vein Fascia Artery
Individual muscle Individual muscle Artery
The connective tissue components, from the smallest to largest and from deep to superficial, are the: a) endomysium, a thin sleeve of
loose connective tissue that surrounds each muscle fiber; b) perimysium, a thicker connective tissue sheath that wraps muscle fibers
together in bundles called fascicles; c) epimysium, a fibrous sheath that surrounds the entire muscle, and d) fascia, a sheet of connective
tissue that separates neighboring muscles or muscle groups from each other and from the subcutaneous tissue. References Labeling eBook & Resources Section: 10.01 ...
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- subcutaneous fat, individual muscle