From the previous answerer: how does a muscle cell work? well it starts with a nerve cell and this moves on to make the muscle cell work it contracts and relaxes.wow, you must have a degree in microbiology. so it goes from the nerve to the cell and then it's just magic after that? i would say nice try, but it wasn't.
Axon of neuron, sarcolemma, and T-tubules.
it is used to keep the cell alive
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The number of mitochondria indicates the energy need of a particular cell; meaning, if a cell has a large number of mitonchoria, that cell (for example a muscle cell) must have a high demand for energy.
To maintain what you have achieved with muscle exercises, you must exercise on regular basis forever.
it should be alive Zoe .m
Cell division has to occur in order to replace dead cells and keep the body functioning. This must be controlled because unmitigated cell growth is called cancer.
ATP must bind to myosin for muscle contraction.
A root hair cell is the shape that it is because it must be able to keep the hair in the head. It also has to give nutrients to the rest of the hair.
In order for the muscle fatigue to end the muscle cells must be provided with oxygen to 'burn' the lactic acid.
The main function is to keep the organism and its environment separate. After separating the organism and its environment, the membrane must also provide means to bring into the cell things it needs from the environment and take out of the cell things that must be disposed of.
Mitochondria is the organelle that provides energy in the form of A.T.P. (adenosine-tri-phosphate) so the muscle cell that has the fewest mitochondria must be the muscle cells that do not require much energy like the muscles of the head etc.Type your answer here...
Mitochondria is the organelle that provides energy in the form of A.T.P. (adenosine-tri-phosphate) so the muscle cell that has the fewest mitochondria must be the muscle cells that do not require much energy like the muscles of the head etc.
oxygen must be absent in the cell.
the DNA must be replicated before the cell divides
before cell devision the cell must undergo cell cycle
Relax. Muscles can only work by contracting (tensing). When an opposite force is desired, an opposite muscle contracts.
Cell membranes must be semi-permeable so that nutrients and waste can move in and out of the cell. However, they are sturdy enough to hold the cells shape and keep unwanted particles from moving in.
SlowThe slow oxidative muscle fibers are more resistant to fatigue.Cardiac muscle is most resistant to fatigue. Cardiac muscle is constantly working involuntarily to keep us alive by pumping blood through our system. It must be resistant to fatigue for us to be healthy.Intermediate fibers