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5. W hich structure is present in the right ventricle of the sheep's heart, but not in the left ventricle? Make a labeled sketch of cardiac muscle as you observed it under the microscope. Label the nucleus, intercalated discs, sarcolemma, and striations. 6. Cardiac Muscle Magnification: 7. Identify two differences between the structure of cardiac muscle tissue and skeletal muscle tissue Cardiac muscle tissue Skeletal muscle tissue

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5. W
hich structure is present in the right ventricle of the sheep's heart, but not in the left ventricle?
Make a labeled sketch of cardiac muscle as you observed it under the microscope. Label the
nucleus, intercalated discs, sarcolemma, and striations.
6.
Cardiac Muscle
Magnification:
7.
Identify two differences between the structure of cardiac muscle tissue and skeletal muscle tissue
Cardiac muscle tissue
Skeletal muscle tissue
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Transcribed Image Text:5. W hich structure is present in the right ventricle of the sheep's heart, but not in the left ventricle? Make a labeled sketch of cardiac muscle as you observed it under the microscope. Label the nucleus, intercalated discs, sarcolemma, and striations. 6. Cardiac Muscle Magnification: 7. Identify two differences between the structure of cardiac muscle tissue and skeletal muscle tissue Cardiac muscle tissue Skeletal muscle tissue
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