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Striations are cause by pooling of blood after death in the direction of where the body originally was before being moved.

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The arrangement of myofilaments(actin/ myosin) on a myofibril produce the striations of a skeletal muscle cell . Also myofibrils align to give distinct bands. :)

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Q: Which type of muscle tissue contains striations?
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This type of muscle tissue contains striations?

voluntary muscles and cardiac muscles


Type of muscle tissue that lacks striations?

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Which type of muscle doesn't have stripes?

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Which muscle tissue type consists of single very long cylindrical multinucleate cells with very long striations?

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What type of muscle tissue allows you to move your extremities?

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Which type of muscular tissue contains an alternating pattern of myofilaments and is under conscious control?

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What type of muscles are striation found in?

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What type of muscle tissue contains spindle-shaped cells?

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The only type of muscle that is nonstriated?

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What type of cells does the heart contain?

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What type of muscle tissue is multinucleate?

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What type of tissues does the heart contain?

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What type of muscle tissue has a banded appearance?

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Is muscle tissue a type of connective tissue?

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What type of tissue is triceps?

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the type of tissue which is found in our heart in cardiac muscle


What type of muscle tissue moves internal organs?

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What type of muscle tissue is found in your heart?

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What type of tissue are the lungs made of?

Muscle tissue. Probably smooth muscle at that.


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What is a type of muscle tissue that is both striated and involuntary?

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