MAP

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Author:
Cala3
ID:
77098
Filename:
MAP
Updated:
2011-04-03 20:40:27
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Types Muscles
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Description:
Skeletal, Smooth, Cardiac
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  1. 3 points about Skeletal Muscles
    • 1) Have striations
    • 2) Most move bones
    • 3) Connective tissue encases whole muscle
    • 4) Controlled by nerve cells (alpha motor neurons)
    • 5) Involved in subconscious control
    • 6) Mainly voluntary
    • 7) 43% of body weight
    • 8) Contains hundreds to thousands of fibres
  2. 3 points about Cardiac Muscles

    • 1) Heart rate regulated by Autonomic Nervous System
    • 2) Unconscious control
    • 3) Have striations
    • 4) Only found in heart
    • 5) Affected by stress
  3. 3 Points about Smooth Muscles
    • 1) Causes hair to 'stand on end'
    • 2) NO striations
    • 3) Not under voluntary control but regulated by Autonomic Nervous System
    • 4) Found in hollow internal structures e.g. Blood vessels, internal organs, airways

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