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Which type of contraction allows a muscle to produce tension without changing the angle of a skeletal joint or moving a load?

  • Which type of contraction allows a muscle to produce tension without changing the angle of a skeletal joint or moving a load?
  • A. All of the muscle fibers in a specific muscle

  • B. A motor neuron and the muscle fibers it innervates

  • C. The sarcomere and its associated sarcolemma

  • D. A functional group of sarcomeres

  • E. A packet of actin and myosin microfilaments

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