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Neuromuscular junction

synaptic

cleft

Neuromuscular Junction


The motor end plate

The Motor End Plate


Binding of ach

Binding of ACH

Na+

ACh

Ach receptor

Na+ gates

K+


Depolarization

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

Na+

Na+

––

––

––

––

––

++++

Na+

Depolarization

k+

Na+

k+

+

+

+

Na+

Na+

Na+

Na+

+

+

+

+

k+

k+

Na+

Na+

Na+

Na+


The sliding filament mechanism

Nerve Impulse

The Sliding Filament Mechanism


Steps of the sliding filament

Nerve Impulse

Steps of the Sliding Filament


Steps of the sliding filament1

Steps of the Sliding Filament


Head and neck muscles

Head and Neck Muscles


Posterior shoulder muscles

Posterior Shoulder Muscles


Anterior shoulder muscles

Anterior Shoulder Muscles


Abdominal muscles

Abdominal Muscles


Arm muscles

Arm Muscles

Anterior

Posterior


Forearm muscles

Forearm Muscles

Anterior

Posterior


Respiration muscles

Respiration Muscles

Inferior


Thigh muscles

Thigh Muscles


Leg muscles

Leg Muscles


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