Basic muscle physiology: interior components
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Basic muscle physiology: interior components

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    Christian Gordon R.
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    Christian Gordon R.

    So, how the blood concentration may affect the fuel utilization by muscle? Is it thicker or thinner, in order o get a good muscle burnt of calories?

    Zachary B.
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    Zachary B.

    What are interior components of basic muscle physiology?

    Rk S.
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    Rk S.

    Components of muscle cells:- Every muscle cell contains a series of common components that are directly associated with contraction in some way, and are influenced by training. The basics are briefly described below: The cell membrane Contractile proteins The cytosol Mitochondria Capillaries - not actually part of the muscle cell. The capillaries physically link the muscle and the cardiovascular system. Each muscle cell may have from 3 to 6 capillaries directly associated with it, depending on fibre type and training.

    Muhammad S.
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    Muhammad S.

    What are the basic components of muscles cells?

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