Essay on Muscle and Cross Section Cells

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Jonathan Vingo Mr. Spear Anatomy and Physiology 02.02 Skeletal Muscle Before submitting your written response, check that: It compares three specific muscles in the human body that vary in muscle tissue type in terms of: Presence or absence of striations (5 points) Size, shape, and arrangement of fibers (5 points) Function/s resulting from the muscle contraction (5 points) Relationship of muscle cell properties to muscle function (10 points) The table is clear, well-organized, written in complete sentences, correct language use, etc. (0 to 5 points) Slides: Are there striations across the width of the muscle cells? Number of Nuclei? What are the size, shape, and arrangement of fibers? What function occurs as a result of…show more content…
In turn, this result in the allowance of the muscles to contract is involuntary and requires no thought. The relationship between the structure and function of the Outer Wall Intestine cells is, in the structure, the fibers are short and not striated, while since the cells are “smooth cells” this allows the function of the cells to be involuntary and is composed in the lining of the organ. The contractions of the cells allow the organ to keep blood, fluids, and necessary nutrients to flow throughout the organ. Slide 1:Muscle- Skeletal Longitudinal Section and Slide 2:Muscle-Skeletal Cross Section Yes, there are multiple striations across the width of the Muscle-Skeletal Longitudinal Section of the cells and the Muscle-Skeletal Cross Section cells. There are several nuclei in both cells. The fibers in both cells are striated, and the fibers are long and each muscle cell is fused to one another. This is why so many nuclei are included. Also, the fibers are almost threadlike, with dark and light colored striations. As a result of the contractions in the Muscle- Skeletal Longitudinal Section cells and the Muscle- Skeletal Cross Section cells, it allows your muscle to be able to contract in response to nerve stimuli. This means that the movements of most of these muscles are not involuntary, you can control them. Therefore, once the stimulation stops, the muscles relax. The relationship between the structure and the function
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