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Muscle

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  • 1. Skeletal Muscle The skeletal muscle tissue composes muscles attached to the bones. They are under voluntary ©27 control, so just abouteverything you do with your body is controlled bythese muscles. They function all the time tomaintain your posture, or even express a facialexpression. They can also be called striatedvoluntary muscle, meaning it is striped and it isunder willed control.
  • 2. Smooth Muscle Smooth muscles are found on the inside walls of hollow muscles (stomach, intestine etc.). They are long and narrow fibers with a nonstriated©28 appearance.Another name for the smooth muscle is nonstriatedinvoluntary muscle, because there are no striationsand it cannot be controlled by will.
  • 3. Cardiac Muscle Also known as striated involuntary muscle, the cardiac muscle have cross striations and dark bands called intercalated disks. The gap junctions between the disks allow for communication©29 channels between the cells. As their name states, they line the wall of the heart.