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Unformatted text preview: 94. Award: 1.00 point Problems? Adjust credit for all students. Click and drag the labels into the appropriate box to identify whether or not it is a possible function of the connective tissue component of a muscle based on some of the current theories. them binding fascicle, muscle the Surrounds amHelps impulse electrical Carries over from ofPrevents recoil inelastic Aids energy toprovide glucose itStores making muscle, Contracts for allow Striations more function muscle the uscle Aids in elastic recoil of muscle Striations allow for muscle contraction Prevents the muscle from over stretching Surrounds the muscle fascicle, binding them together Function of Connective Tissue Aids in elastic recoil of muscle Prevents the muscle from over stretching Helps the muscle function more efficiently Surrounds the muscle fascicle, binding them together Carries the electrical impulse for a muscle cell Contracts the muscle, making it shorter Helps the muscle function more efficiently Stores glucose to provide energy to muscle cell Not a Function of Connective Tissue Carries the electrical impulse for a muscle cell Striations allow for muscle contraction Contracts the muscle, making it shorter Stores glucose to provide energy to muscle cell Explanation: Muscle tissue has a connective tissue component consisting of collagen fibers. There are many viable theories as to what functions these collagen fibers serve. These include assisting in elastic recoil as well as resistance of excessive stretching. References Classification eBook & Resources Section: 11.01 ...
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