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The tissue surrounding a muscle is known as
epimysium
The elastic filaments within a myofibril are composed of molecules known as
titin
The elastic filaments within a myofibril are attached to, and wound around, which of the following?
myosin; troponin; actin; sarcolemma
myosin
Muscle fibers are bundled into groups known as
fascicles
Bundles of muscle fibers or fascicles are wrapped by a tissue known as
perimysium
A sheath or band of connective tissue that supports and surrounds muscles is the
fascia
Within the cytoplasm of a muscle fiber is a molecule that is present to supply quick energy to the muscle. Which of the following is that molecule?
glycogen
Which of the following is NOT a property of muscle tissue?
elasticity; contractility; plasticity; extensibility
plasticity
The type of muscle contraction where the length of the muscle is unchanged is
isometric
Microscopic invaginations of the sarcolemma are called
transverse tubules