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Terminology (pg. 167) myo-fasciculus sarco-platys iso-tonos syn--trophy tetanoscaput
Introduction Over 600 muscles Lots of mitochondria and blood vessels 45% of body weight is muscles
Functions 1.Locomotion: move skeleton
2. Posture: some muscles are always partially contracted
3. Maintain body temperature by producing heat
4.Respiration and circulation
5.Guarding entrances and exits (sphincters)
6.Movement along internal passageways (peristalsis)
7.Communication (verbal and body language)
Characteristics 1. Excitability- ability to respond
2.Contractibility- ability to shorten
3.Extensibility- ability to stretch
4.Elasticity-ability to return to previous length
Types-Skeletal striated-appear lined voluntary lots of nuclei in the cell
Smooth Non-striated Involuntary Spindle shaped
Cardiac Striated Involuntary Branched intercolated disks
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