How is the cardiac muscle different from the skeletal muscle in terms of function?

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Cardiac muscle is different from skeleton muscle since skeletal muscle is controlled by the somatic nervous system, which is so powerful, unlike cardiac muscle which is involuntarily controlled. In addition, cardiac muscle cells have only one or two nuclei, while the skeletal muscle cells are multi-nucleated.
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