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Unformatted text preview: 118. Award: 1.00 point Problems? Adjust credit for all students. Assign each characteristic to the appropriate type of muscle. ⁺ promote inblood levels dioxide Carbon TMay Contains Ca² ofbe filaments thin Contain Dense promotes Skeletal Muscle Contains myofibrils Smooth Muscle Contains myofibrils May be autorhythmic Contains T tubules Contains T tubules Dense bodies May be autorhythmic Striated Ca²⁺ promotes contraction Carbon dioxide levels in blood promote contraction Multinucleate Both Ca²⁺ promotes contraction Contain thin filaments of actin Dense bodies Contain thin filaments of actin Carbon dioxide levels in blood promote contraction Striated Multinucleate rev: 01_27_2016_QC_CS­38363 Explanation: Skeletal and smooth muscle fibers differ in anatomy, location, function, and in the way the contractile proteins are regulated. References Classification eBook & Resources Section: 11.07 ...
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