Cardiac Muscle Cell Organelles?

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The cardiac muscle is a specialized muscle found in the walls of the heart. It is comprised of specialized muscle cells joined by one another in a linear array to facilitate travel of electrical impulses. Some of the organelles in the cells include one or two nuclei, mitochondria, ribosomes and centrioles.
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Cardiac muscle cells have only one or two nuclei, which are
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Mitochondria.
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Under the microscope, cardiac muscle is seen to consist of interlacing bundles of cardiac myocytes (muscle cells) Like skeletal muscle it is striated with narrow dark and light bands
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it would have all the same organelles as other cells but it would have more mitochondria than most cells why would i say that muscle cells are more energetic than most cells they
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