muscle responsible for movement opposite of prime mover
muscle decreases in size, strength, number of fibers
muscle contracts spasmodically but does not relax completely
fascia that surrounds each muscle fiber
fascia that surrounds entire muscle
carries the oxygen to the body cells
exercising muscles until they enlarge
attached to the movable part of the bone
thick or thin protein filaments (myosin or actin)
found in muscle cells, temporarily stores oxygen
attached to the stationary end of a bone
separates muscles into bundles
muscle most responsible for movement
cytoplasm that contains nuclei, mitochondria, myofibrils
involuntary, no striations
muscle that aids prime mover
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