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Muscular Tissue By: Kristin Tuccillo
What are the main functions of muscular tissue? Movement Maintenance of posture Joint stabilization Heat generation
What are the four functional features of muscle tissue? Contractility Excitability Extensibility Elasticity
What are the three types of muscle tissue? 1) Skeletal Muscle Tissue 2) Cardiac Muscle Tissue 3) Smooth Muscle Tissue
What muscle tissue is this? Skeletal Muscle
Long, cylindrical cells Multinucleated Obvious striations Muscle fiber A band (myosin) I band (actin) What are 6 features of this tissue?
What are its four main functions? 1)Voluntary movement 2)Locomotion 3)Expression 4)Voluntary control
Where is this tissue located? Muscles attached to bone Occasionally muscle attached to skin
What muscle tissue is this? Cardiac Muscle
What are 6 features of this tissue? Branching Striated Intercalated disks Nucleus A band (myosin) I band (actin)
What is its main function? Involuntarily propels blood to and from heart
Where is this tissue located? Within the walls of the heart
What muscle tissue is this? Smooth Muscle
What are 2 main features of this tissue? Spindle shape cells Central nuclei
What is its main function? Involuntary peristaltic movement
Where is this tissue located? Walls of hollow organs Walls of blood vessels
WARM UP 1.List 10 locations in the body you can find muscle.
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© 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Muscle Tissue Function is to produce movement Three types Skeletal muscle Cardiac muscle Smooth muscle.
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Muscular Tissue Muscular Tissue Muscular (contractile) tissue is composed of cells that are called muscle fibers. Muscle fibers contain actin filaments.
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Learning Target #3: Compare the function, location and distinguishing characteristics of the 4 main types of tissue.
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Skeletal Skeletal – striated, multinucleate, voluntary, Smooth Smooth - found in walls of hollow visceral organs; ex. stomach, bladder, respiratory passages;
MUSCLE TISSUE CHARACTERISTICS FUNCTION: MOVEMENT LOCATION: THROUGHOUT THE BODY.
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Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Muscle Tissue Function is to produce movement (contract) Contractive cells.
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The following types of muscle tissue and nervous tissue are covered in this activity: 1.Skeletal muscle (muscles attached to the skeleton) 2.Smooth muscle.
The Muscular System. Muscles Three types of muscle tissue Cardiac – found only in the heart. Non-voluntary Smooth/visceral – found in all internal organs.
The Muscular System. MUSCULAR SYSTEM Types of Muscle Tissue: Skeletal, Smooth, and Cardiac Skeletal, aka “striated” voluntary – attached to bones and.
Muscle and Nervous Tissue Pages Function: ◦ contract (shorten) to produce movement Three types: 1.Skeletal muscle 2.Cardiac muscle 3.Smooth.
MUSCLE TISSUE. Muscle Tissue If it contracts, it's muscle: Muscle tissue is categorized on the basis of a functional property: the ability of its cells.
Muscle Tissue: composed of cells (‘fibers’) specialized for contraction – Skeletal.
Muscle Tissue Muscle tissue functions – Movement – Maintain Posture – Joint stabilization – Heat generation (11.5a)
Muscle and Nerve Tissue. Muscle and Nervous Muscle Tissues: Capable of contracting or shortening Moves body parts Produce heat.
Muscular System Muscle-an organ that contracts and gets shorter- this provides the force to move your body parts.
MUSCLE & NERVOUS TISSUE. MUSCULAR TISSUE HIGHLY SPECIALIZED TO CONTRACT OR SHORTEN, TO PRODUCE MOVEMENT THERE ARE 3 DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSCLE TISSUE:
Copyright © 2005 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Muscle Tissues Muscle tissues Skeletal (striated) muscle Used to move skeleton.
OBJECTIVES At the end of this lecture the student should be able to: Define different types of muscles Enumerate cellular organization of human skeletal.
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