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Growth of Muscle Tissue and Muscle Mass

  • Robert M. Malina

Abstract

Muscle tissue consists of cylindrical, multinucleated cells called muscle fibers. A skeletal muscle contains many long fibers that have the ability to contract. This contractile property resides in specialized and interacting proteins localized in myofibrils making up the muscle fiber. Myofibrils have a transverse banding pattern that gives skeletal muscle its striated appearance. This banded pattern is produced by the alignment of a sequence of sarcomeres, the contractile units of the muscle fiber.

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Muscle Mass Muscle Tissue Satellite Cell Lean Body Mass Vastus Lateralis 
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  • Robert M. Malina
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  1. 1.Department of AnthropologyUniversity of TexasAustinUSA

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