Outcome 2 hbsf

Term Definition
T-tubules Tiny invaginations in the Sacrolemma
Z-disks The start and end of a Sacromere
4 functions of muscle tissue Movement, Producing heat, Stabilising body positions and storing and moving substances within the body
muscle Contractility The ability of muscle tissue to contract forcefully when stimulated by an action potential
Sacroplasm Cytoplasm of muscle fiber
Sacrolemma Plasma membrane of muscle fiber
Fascicle Small bundles of muscle fibers
Epimysium surrounds muscle fiber
Perimysium Surrounds groups of muscle fibers
Muscle Extensibility Allows to stretch without being damaged
Muscle Elasticity Allows muscle to return to original state after contraction
Electrical Excitability Allows muscle to respond to electrical signals
Endomysium Surrounds individual muscle fiber
M-line Marks middle of Sacromere
Fascia separates muscle from skin
Acetylcholine A neurotransmitter
Myofibrils Thread like structures in sacroplasm
Fascicle Small bundles of muscle fibers
Epimysium surrounds muscle fiber
Perimysium Surrounds groups of muscle fibers
Muscle Extensibility Allows to stretch without being damaged
Muscle Elasticity Allows muscle to return to original state after contraction
Electrical Excitability Allows muscle to respond to electrical signals
Endomysium Surrounds individual muscle fiber
M-line Marks middle of Sacromere
Fascia separates muscle from skin
Acetylcholine A neurotransmitter
Myofibrils Thread like structures in sacroplasm
Fascicle Small bundles of muscle fibers
Epimysium surrounds muscle fiber
Perimysium Surrounds groups of muscle fibers
Muscle Extensibility Allows to stretch without being damaged
Muscle Elasticity Allows muscle to return to original state after contraction
Electrical Excitability Allows muscle to respond to electrical signals
Endomysium Surrounds individual muscle fiber
M-line Marks middle of Sacromere
Fascia separates muscle from skin
Acetylcholine A neurotransmitter
Myofibrils Thread like structures in sacroplasm
Actin Main component in thin filament
Myosin Main component in thick filament
Tropomysion

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