Does cardiac muscle carry on rapid cell division or is it basically amniotic?
Your question makes no sense - The amniotic sac is the sac in which a foetus develops and is filled with amniotic fluid.
This therefore has nothing to do with the heart or cell division rates.
Cardiac relates to your heart, so it's basically a heart muscle
Mitotic refers to mitosis which is a process of cell division in which the nucleus divides. Yes, cardiac muscle is mitotic.
Basically, yes. All muscle (skeletal, cardiac and smooth) are made of muscle fibers.
Skeletal muscle tissue differs from cardiac tissue in that skeletal muscles are striated muscles that require conscious stimulation to act, and cardiac muscles are smooth and basically run "automatically".
cardiac muslce is cardiac muscle and is involuntary cardiac muscles are found in the heart
There are two types of cardiac muscle cells, those that contract and those that set the rhythm. Both are basically the same cell.
Cardiac muscle is involuntary striated muscle. The cells of cardiac muscle have only one nucleus. The layer of the heart that contains cardiac muscle is called the myocardium.
Cardiac which is involuntary and striated muscle tissue Involuntary The heart is composed of cardiac muscle tissue. This type of tissue contracts rhythmically without external stimulus. Each cell will have it's own pulse until it comes into contact with another cardiac muscle cell, then they will synchronize their movements with each other. Over all the heart automatically responds to your bodies need for increased oxygen by speeding up, then slowing back down as the need… Read More
Cardiac muscle is composed of cardiac muscle cells along with fibrous tissue.
cardiac muscle is striated cardiac muscle is not voluntary
I don't believe cardiac muscle is striated. Cardiac muscle has its own separate category of muscle. =D
smooth, cardiac, skeletal The three types of muscle are skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle, and smooth muscle. Involuntary, voluntary and cardiac muscle.
Cardiac muscle cells are muscle cells.
Cardiac muscle is made of cardiac muscle cells. Cardiac muscle is under the control of the autonomous nervous system and is not susceptible to fatigue
Your heart (cardiac).....Blinking....Breathing....Basically defense mechanisms and what you NEED to do to stay alive.
No, the cardiac muscle is striated.
cardiac muscle is usually uninucleate.
Cardiac muscle is involuntarily controlled, like smooth muscle. Cardiac muscle is also striated (has repeating sarcomeres), like skeletal muscle.
Yes, It does. :) Cardiac muscle have a nucleus, same as skeletal muscle and smooth muscle
cardiac muscle No. It`s skeletal Muscle. How can you control cardiac muscle?
The cardiac muscle is the heart. The muscle type is smooth.
cardiac muscle is involuntary
There is nothing really called 'cardiac smooth muscle'. Cardiac muscle is striated like skeletal muscle but it is not under your control like skeletal muscle is. It acts more like smooth muscle because of this reason. But we only use the terms smooth muscle, striated (skeletal) muscle or cardiac muscle.
Cardiac muscle is a striated, involuntary muscle. Cardiac muscle cells usually contain 1 or 2 nuclei.
Cardiac means "of or relating to the heart". Cardiac muscle has that name because it is the specific kind of muscle found only in the heart. It is a very special kind of muscle, very efficient and different from other muscles.
smooth muscle,involuntary muscle, cardiac muscle smooth muscle,involuntary muscle, cardiac muscle
cardiac muscle is involuntary muscle, while skeletal muscle is voluntary.
Cardiac Muscle is smooth but looks striated
The only Cardiac muscle in the body is the Heart.
Your cardiac muscle makes your heart beat.
A muscle or a gland. Efferent fibers carry information away from the CNS to innervate tissues that perform functions; such as a gland, a smooth muscle, a skeletal muscle, or cardiac muscle. The antonym to efferent would be afferent.
cardiac muscle is striated, but it is also branched with one nucleus in each muscle cell.
The cardiac muscle is the type of muscle that the heart is made up of.
Specialized Cardiac Muscle... =^) Specialized Cardiac Muscle... =^)
The scientific term for the heart muscle is the cardiac muscle. Its called the cardiac muscle.
The cardiac muscle is the muscle in the heart that pumps the blood.
Cardiac muscle is striated because the only cardiac muscle in your body is your heart and your heart never stops working unless you die.
One of the differences is where the muscles are located, cardiac muscle is found only in the heart, Smooth muscle in places such as the digestive system. skeletal muscle is found join to the skeleton. Although cardiac muscle and smooth muscle are involuntary muscles, cardiac muscle is striated muscle and smooth muscle is non-striated muscle. In the other hand, skeletal muscle is totally voluntary.
Cardiac muscle tissue, like skeletal and smooth muscle tissue, can undergo hypertrophy. Unlike both smooth and skeletal muscle, cardiac muscles have cells that branch.
cardiac muscle! bone is a type of cardiac muscle?
Cardiac muscle is only found in the heart.
Cardiac muscles can work without fatigue.
The heart is the location of cardiac muscle tissue.
Cardiac muscle can only be found in the heart.
Cardiac muscle is another term for heart
the function of cardiac muscles are involuntary
Cardiac muscle is similar to smooth muscle in that both are involuntary. Cardiac muscle is similar to skeletal muscle because they are both striated.
No. Only skeletal muscle is under voluntary control, not smooth muscle or cardiac muscle.
Cardiac muscle is the muscle of the heart. Cardiac muscle is involuntary and straited.This muscle is also known as myocardium.
Cardiac muscle is involuntary striated muscle, most similar to skeletal muscle which is voluntary and striated.