BIO203_Muscle_Contraction

BIO203_Muscle_Contraction - Muscle Muscle Types Muscles...

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1 Muscle Muscles produce movement by generating force through energy-consuming interactions of motor proteins to produce contraction (shortening) Muscle proteins : •ac t in • myosin • associated regulatory proteins in complexed form with actin and myosin • tropomyosin • troponin—a protein complex with Ca 2+ -binding activity • scaffolding and regulator proteins—titin, nebulin, and others Muscle Types striated • skeletal • cardiac smooth voluntary involuntary Animal Physiology: From Genes to Organisms , Figures 8-3b, 8-28a Skeletal Muscle Structure Sherwood, Klandorf & Yancey, Animal Physiology: From Genes to Organisms , Figures 8-2c, 8-3a Nature Rev. Mol. Cell Biol. 10:
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2 J.C. Sparrow & F. Schöck, Nature Rev. Mol. Cell Biol. 10: 293-298, 2009; Figure 1 Sliding Filaments and the Sliding Filament Model Sherwood, Klandorf & Yancey, Animal Physiology: From Genes to Organisms , Figures 8-2c, 8-5 myosin
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