Lec8 - and then the entire muscle to contract. Examples of...

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The structure of a single myofibril. Each myofibril contains ~1500 myosin filaments and 3000 actin filaments in the pattern shown in the figure. The distance shown between the two Z disks is one sacromere. During muscle contraction the thin (actin) filaments slide inward past the thick (myosin) filaments, pulling two Z disks closer together, thus shortening the sacromere. The shortening of thousands of sacromeres in each myofibril causes the myofibrils, the myofibers
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Unformatted text preview: and then the entire muscle to contract. Examples of needle electrodes: (a) monopolar needle with exposed pickup tip, (b) monopolar configuration with a pickup wire centrally located in a hypodermic needle, (c) bipolar with two pickup wires in parallel with each otherin a hypodermic needle, (d) monopolar with a wire exposed at the needles side hole, (e) bipolar with two wires exposed. EMG signals associated with the speech signal of the letters. Wire electrodes were inserted into different tongue muscles to take the EMG measurement....
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course EE 580 taught by Professor Dr.natalialitchinister during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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