Chapter 7: The Muscle system. Karyn Borrego Tyler Correa Sabrina Cardona Nicholas Jacinto. The three types of muscle. Three types of muscle exist in the human body: smooth, cardiac, and skeletal.
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Chapter 7: The Muscle system
The three types of muscle
Three types of muscle exist in the human body: smooth, cardiac, and skeletal.
Each fiber is surrounded by a thin layer or areolar connective tissue called endomysium.
Smooth: located in the walls of hollow internal organs and blood vessels; moves materials through organs and regulates blood flow in blood vessels; the fibers of this muscle are narrow, tapered root shaped cells; can sustain prolonged contractions and does not fatigue easily; involuntary
Skeletal Muscle Groups
The muscles of the body will be grouped according to the region
Try to correlate its name with muscles location and action