In this eLearning module you will learn about Cardiac Muscle, The cardiac muscle also known as the myocardium in vertebrates is considered as one of the major muscle type, found only in the heart. It makes up the thick middle layer of the heart. There is a thin layer surrounding the myocardium called the epicardium. The cardiac muscle is similar to the skeletal muscle.
In this eLearning module you will learn about Smooth Muscle, Smooth muscle are also known as the involuntary muscle. It consists of narrow spindle-shaped cells with a single centrally located nucleus. It is also present in the walls of hollow organs like urinary bladder, uterus, in the walls of passage ways, stomach, intestines. In the stomach and intestines it helps with digestion and nutrient collection.
SKELETAL MUSCLE 1
In this eLearning module you will learn about Skeletal Muscle. Skeletal muscles are voluntary muscles. It attaches to the bone by tendons, and together they produce all the movements of the body. The skeletal muscle fibers are crossed with a regular pattern of fine red and white lines, giving the muscle a distinctive striated appearance. They can vary considering the size, shape, and arrangement of fibers. It is also known as the striates muscles.
SKELETAL MUSCLE 2
In this eLearning module, you will learn about how a motor thoughts are translated into motor act. Skeletal muscles are attached to bones by tendons, and they produce all the movements of body parts in relation to each other. It has three layers of connective tissue that provide structure to the muscle, and compartmentalize the muscle fibers within the muscle. You will also learn about neuromuscular junction (NMJ), a highly specialized synapse between a motor neuron nerve terminal and its muscle fiber that are responsible for converting electrical impulses generated by the motor neuron into electrical activity in the muscle fibers.
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY OF MEMEBRANE
In this eLearning module you will learn about Electrophysiology of membrane, Electrophysiology is the measurement of the electrical activity, or “excitability”, of biological cells. It can be of muscle cells, neurons, or stem cells. When we talk about electrical properties of cells, it is about the cell membrane and how it interacts with ions (charged atoms).
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