Muscle Connective Tissue Coverings
Terms in this set (16)
connective tissue surrounding a fascicle
connective tissue covering the entire muscle
a muscle cell made up of myofibrils
thin connective tissue surrounding each muscle fiber
Cordlike extension of connective tissue that attach a muscle to the bone; continuous with fascia over muscle & periosteum over the bone.
a discrete bundle of muscle fibers
a sheet of fibrous connective tissue that covers, supports, and separates each muscle; continuous with a tendon.
Organ that can relax, contract, and provide the force to move bones and body parts; made up of muscle fibers organized into fascicles
Which layer is indicated by a letter D?
What is letter I?
What is labeled with a letter B?
What does letter G is pointing to?
What is letter C that separates one muscle from other muscles?
What layer is letter F?
What is letter E?
What does letter H is pointing to?
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