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Muscle action is often described as departures from the standard position of the body, the anatomical position. Muscle fiber is an interaction of organelles and molecules within myosin binds to actin and exerts a pulling action. The result of this
When the heart beats faster or harder, BP increases. If a stimulus causes BP The higher pressure is detected by baroreceptors, pressure-sensitive nerve cells located in the walls of certain blood vessels (the receptors). The baroreceptors send nerve impulses (input)
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Deeper to the muscle fiber is the sarcplasm which is cytoplasm in the muscle cells, this cytoplasm contains myofibrils which are just bundles of filaments. Now, myofibrils shorten, tis makes muscles contract and allows for movement. Some functions of musces
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