Comparu th. •tIuctuI•• of cordioc ond •kil.tol muscl. fibies.
28. Comparu th. choI0ct•n•tic• of cordioc ond •kil.tol muscl. C0ntI0Cti0n•.
29. Distinguish between a muscle's origin and its i
30. Define prime mover, smergst, and antagonist.
Match the muscles in column I with the descriptions and functions in column II.
5. Describe how ATP ond cr.otin. phosphot. function in controction.
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