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Blank may be defined as voluntary striated muscle that is usually attached to one or more bones
Skeletal muscle exhibit a microscopic pattern of alternating light and dark bands, or blank, which result from the overlapping arrangement of the contractile proteins within each cell
Blank is also involuntary, and unlike skeletal and cardiac muscle, it lacks striations
Muscles enable us to move from place to place and to move individual body parts; they move body contents in the course of breathing, blood circulation, feeding and digestion, defecation, urination, and childbirth
In a blank, there is so little separation between muscle and bone that to the naked eye, the red muscular tissue seems to emerge directly from the bone
The effect produced by a muscle, whether it is to produce or present a movement is called its blank
The brachialis and triceps represent an blank of muscles that act on opposite sides of a joint
An blank is entirely contained with a particular region, having both its origin and insertion there
Rotation occurs when an blank applied to one point on the lever overcomes a resistance located at some other point
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