How does the structure of a muscle cell type relate to its function?


The structure of a muscle cell differs from other cells because they are made of a multi-nuclei that is unable to divide into new cells which can make any damage they receive irreversible.
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The structure of the muscle relates to its function by the type of muscle fibres and the muscle cells which it contains. Skeletal muscles have fibres that regulate ...
The three main muscle types are skeletal, cardiac and smooth. Smooth and cardiac muscles are involuntary muscles and the skeletal muscles are voluntary muscles. ...
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