That would be muscle tissue.
Animal tissue consisting predominantly of contractile cells is known as muscle tissue. These cells, called muscle fibers, have the ability to contract and generate force, allowing for movements in the body. Muscle tissue is categorized into three types: skeletal, cardiac, and smooth, each with its own unique features and functions.
Nerve cell, muscle cell, bone marrow cell.
When a meat animal is processed for food, the internal organs are call offal. In some countries offal can refer to any part (not just the organs) of a butchered animal that is not muscle or bone.
The structure of the organism's body that Isn't bones or muscle. IE; your stomach, liver, heart, etc.
A muscle is neither a cell nor a organ, it is a muscle
The muscle in Animal Farm is Boxer.
A skeletal muscle is an animal cell.
muscle length is the length of an animal or humans muscle
The biceps brachii muscle.
Muscle cells are actually a type of animal cell and thus aren't an organelle. If you were wondering how large a muscle cell is, a muscle cell is about as big as a general animal cell, but are a little larger. I hope this helps you.
no. muscle is animal tissue
The hamstring is neither! It's categorized as a striated muscle, whereas the heart is the only cardiac muscle and the stomach is the prime example of a smooth muscle.
"Poriferans" is the scientific term for sponges, members of the animal phylum Porifera, which means "pore-bearer" in Greek. Sponges are the simplest animals known. Unlike all other animal phyla, which have two or three-layered body plans (diploblastic or triploblastic), sponges have only a single body layer (monoblastic), and no true tissues. They have no appendages and no ability to make any movements, lacking muscle tissues. Sponges are exclusively aquatic.
Yes it can if the muscle fibres are ruptured