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Unformatted text preview: muscle cells - the OTHER electrically-excitable cell (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-12 (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-1 Start with skeletal muscles skeletal muscles are usually in antagonistic pairs Figure 12-2 (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Start with skeletal muscles (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-3 inside a single muscle cell (muscle fiber) (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-3b sliding filament theory of muscle contraction (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-8 Myosin is an ATPase (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-10 (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-11a Fatigue in a muscle can have a lot of different causes! (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-14 (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-16 (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-17a (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-17d smooth muscle contracts more slowly (less fatigue) (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-24 Stimulation in smooth muscles (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-25 (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 12-27 ...
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course BIO SCI Bio Sci E1 taught by Professor Catherineloudin during the Spring '10 term at UC Irvine.

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