one way is by generating heat that helps maintain body temperature
They produce heat when they contract
Muscles play a few parts in maintaining homeostasis. When we become cold, we shiver to try and generate heat energy to keep our bodies warm (this is thermoregulation). Thermoregulation is also carried out by the tiny hair muscles that make them stand on end to trap a layer of air over our skin.
Muscles are made up of around 2% glycogen. Glycogen is a sugar and this is stored in the liver and muscles for when it is needed to create energy in respiration.
skeletal muscle contactions help maintain body temperature
Myosin and actin are the myofilaments of muscle tissue that contribute to contraction.
Blood basically carries the nutrients which contribute to the maintenance of the homeostasis.
skeletal muscle tissue,cardiac muscle tissue smooth muscle tissue
Skeletal muscle tissue, caradiac muscle tissue, and smooth muscle tissue. Smooth not rough muscle tissue!
NO, muscle is not a conective tissue because tissue is divided into different types (epithelial, conevtive, muscle and nervous). Muscle is in the the muscle tissue category
Muscle tissue is deep to epidermal tissue. Epidermal tissue is superficial to muscle tissue.
The connective tissue of the muscle breaks down making the meat tender.
Yes. It is a muscle tissue.
Almost all healthy foods contribute to the growth and maintenance of muscle tissue; however, protein is probably the muscle mainstay.
The most abundant muscle tissue in the body is skeletal muscle tissue.
Muscle tissue can stretch.
the connective tissue that connects muscle to muscle is an aponuerosis.
muscle tissue, the muscle is called smooth muscle
Muscle cells are smaller than muscle tissue.
Connective Tissue is the tissue that connects the skin to the muscle.
smooth muscle tissue
Skeletal muscle tissue.
Smooth muscle tissue :)
The heart is made up of muscle tissue (cardiac muscle). The muscle tissue contracts to pump blood.
you can say its hard tissue paper Smooth muscle is one of the types of muscle tissue