striated muscle fiber

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Related to striated muscle fiber: skeletal muscle, striated muscle cell
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Noun1.striated muscle fiber - an elongated contractile cell in striated muscle tissuestriated muscle fiber - an elongated contractile cell in striated muscle tissue
skeletal muscle, striated muscle - a muscle that is connected at either or both ends to a bone and so move parts of the skeleton; a muscle that is characterized by transverse stripes
muscle cell, muscle fiber, muscle fibre - an elongated contractile cell that forms the muscles of the body
myofibril, myofibrilla, sarcostyle - one of many contractile filaments that make up a striated muscle fiber
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Among these, A-type is striated muscle fiber observed mainly in propodium, which enables fast shortening of the foot when crawling or burrowing.
Microscopic examination revealed mature adipose tissue with striated muscle fibers interspersed within (Figure 3).
On high magnification (c) one can observe the intimate association of the lymphoma cells with the individual striated muscle fibers.
The connections are made of striated muscle fibers arranged in 2 distinct parts: a muscular cuff surrounds the coronary sinus wall along 25 to 51mm of its length and other fibers emerge from this cuff to join the left atrial myocardium.
dorsi muscles were also showed normally striated muscle fibers with no evidence of pathological abnormality was observed.
At this region (base of the stomach) there is confluence of striated muscle fibers and collagen fibers, which suggest a control mechanism.
The aim of this study was to determine the effect of exercise activity during routine police work for 10 months on the structural and metabolic pattern of skeletal striated muscle fibers in the gluteus medius muscles of young BH horses by histochemical analyses of m-ATPase and NADH-TR.
No Sharpey's fibers were seen at the attachment of the muscle to the interosseous ligament; to the contrary, there was a smooth transition from striated muscle fibers to the dense connective tissue of the interosseous ligament.
Histologic examination identified benign striated muscle fibers, most of which were grouped in small fascicles, oriented haphazardly, and separated by fibrous tissue that contained areas of adipose tissue and small nerve fascicles (figure 2, A through D).