The electrically polarized muscle cell membrane.
Layer of tissue covering the whole muscle trunk.
Coarse, irregular connective tissue that surrounds the whole muscle.
Condition characterized by the easy tiring of muscles or muscle weakness.
Inflammation of muscle tissues.
Individual bundles of muscle cells.
A property of muscle whereby a steady or constant state of partial contraction is maintained in a muscle.
Are found in the digestive system and they secrete the principal fastric enzyme
The cells of the pancreas, which is a large digestive gland in the alimentary canal
Anti-coagulant (blood thinner) manufactured by the liver
Crypts of Lieberkuhn
Pits in the mucosaof the small intestine
Cells that secrete hydrochloric acid
Secrete an alkaline mucus
Lymphatic vessels that absorb fats and transports them from the digestive tract to the blood
Eat bacteria and old white/red blood cells; it is found in the liver
Exocrine glands of the pancreas
Hormone produced by the pancreas that regulates blood sugar by helping absorb glucose