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SKELETAL MUSCLE STRUCTURE
THE MECHANISM OF FORCE GENERATION
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actin actin and myosin action potential afferent athletes ATPase atrophy axon body calcium cause central concentration connective tissue contractile properties creatine kinase cross-bridges depolarisation disease disorders dystrophy eccentric contractions eccentric exercise effect endurance enzyme fast fatty acids fibre type foetal frequency function glycogen growth hormone human muscle increase innervation intracellular isometric contraction isometric force Jones Journal of Physiology levels mammalian maximum mechanism metabolic depletion metabolites mitochondrial motoneurone motor units movement muscle damage muscle fibres muscle groups muscle pain muscular myofibrils myopathies myotubes nerve neuromuscular junction normal oxidation oxygen patients peripheral phosphate plasma power output produced protein quadriceps muscle receptors regeneration release result sarcomere sarcoplasmic reticulum satellite cells Section seen skeletal muscle slow soleus somatotypes spindle steroids stimulation strength stretched structure subjects surface membrane tendon testosterone thin filaments troponin tubules type 1 fibres velocity of shortening Vmax VO,max voluntary contractions