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Step 1

- A nerve impulse strikes a muscle fiber.

Step 2

- This causes calcium ions to flood the sarcomere.
- Calcium ions allow ATP to expend energy.

Step 3

- The myosin fibers creep along the actin, causing the muscle to contract.

Step 4

- Once the nerve impulse has passed, calcium is pumped out and the contraction ends.

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