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Muscle tissues

Muscle tissues

The three types of muscle found in the human body are the smooth, the striated and the cardiac muscle.

Biology

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muscle tissue, tissue, smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, striated muscle, skeletal muscle, muscle function, muscle fiber, myocyte, fusiform muscle cell, peristalsis, human, animal tissues, biology

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Questions

  • In which type of muscle tissue are actin and myosin unorganised within the cells?
  • Which type of muscle is connected to the bones?
  • Which type of muscle tissue is composed of with spindle-like, elongated cells?
  • Is it true that cardiac muscle tissue is composed of non-branched, striated fibers?
  • Which muscle type is very strong and resistant to fatigue?
  • Is it true that striation is characteristic only of skeletal striated muscles?
  • Which type of muscle plays a role in human locomotion?
  • Where can Eberth's lines be found in the body?
  • Is it true that skeletal muscle tissue is composed of multinuclear muscle fibers in which cells are not separated?

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