straited muscles are those muscles which is under our control
whereas those which are not are called involuntary.
Smooth muscle is involuntary and (as the name suggests) not striated.
Cardiac muscle is a type of muscle tissue that is both striated and involuntary. Cardiac muscle is found in the heart.
Skeletal muscle is striated and voluntrary. Smooth muscle, as is found around the blood vessels and in many organs, is not striated and involuntary. The heart (cardiac muscle) is the only place you have striated involuntary muscle.
Cardiac muscle is involuntary and striated. Smooth muscle. It is found in multiple places throughout the body.
There is none. The only type of non-striated muscle is smooth muscle and smooth muscle is involuntary muscle.
No; it is a type of involuntary striated muscle.
Cardiac muscle is involuntary striated muscle, most similar to skeletal muscle which is voluntary and striated.
The diaphragm is the closest and is semi voluntary and involuntary.
Smooth I'm POSITIVE it's the Skeletal Muscle!
Smooth muscle, which makes up internal organs, is non-striated and is generally involuntary.
Cardiac Muscle it can be found in the heart it is called Involuntary because its contraction does not require conscious effort. It is also Striated in the same way as skeletal muscle. Hope I helped!!!
Yes, it is striated and involuntary.
Cardiac muscle is a type of involuntary striated muscle found only in the walls of the heart
1. You probably mean not "striated" and the answer is smooth muscle. 2. Appendix
involuntary striated muscle