What Muscle Tissue Has a Banded Appearance?

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Three types of muscle tissue can be identified - skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle and smooth muscle. The fibres of skeletal muscle and cardiac muscle exhibit cross striations at the light microscope level and they are both referred to as striated muscle. When skeletal tissue is viewed in the longitudinal section a distinctive pattern of alternating dark and light bands are exhibited.
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Skeletal muscle tissue.
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Skeletal muscle tissue is full of bands, also called striations, so this tissue is
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Hi Sam, Yes. That makes perfect sense. Once a muscle is cut, the fibers need to heal. The healing process may leave a ridge where the edges were closed. In addition, scar tissue,
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Between fibers or WITHIN muscle fibers? If you want to know within muscle fibers, then the answer has to do with myofibrils (bundles of thin and thick filaments), which are organized
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