The contractile tissue of animals derived from the mesodermal layer of embryonic germ cells.

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Text/resource with information on all skeletal muscles and their motor units

Something analogous to an encyclopedia on baseball players with a list of all thier stats would be ideal. I'm not looking for just generic muscle names, locations and illustrations. Good answers ...
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how to silicate a hyper plasia responce from my muscle tissue?

I know it's not a fitness forum but because it has biological background.I want to get big by increasing my muscle cell not by growing muscle (hypertrophy), I have not received a descent ...
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What controls the feeling of discomfort/comfort before and after sleep?

I'm interested in which biological systems or hormones are involved in the following phenomenon: Before sleep it may be difficult to find a comfortable position, and muscular aches and pains are more ...
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Calcium levels and nerve hyperexcitation

Why does lower blood calcium levels (or lower calcium levels in ECF) cause nervous hyperexcitaton? Why does it cause over stimulation of nerves and muscles and spasmic contractions of muscles? This is ...
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What are potential side effects of myostatin inhibitors?

Myostatin inhibitors, which are being developed to treat muscle wasting diseases like muscular dystrophy, are likely to be abused by athletes. What are the potential long-term side-effects of taking a ...
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Effect of axillary stretching on prevention of congestion from hyperemia

In exercising not-opposing muscles of arms (biceps, not triceps), hyperemia of tissues occurs i.e. active process in arteries. I feel personally sour muscles many days afterwards if I do not stretch ...
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What is the patogenetic mechanism of brown pigment lipofuscin in muscle atrophy?

I think it is autophagy. Lysosomal degradation. Autophagocytosis. Example of the brown pigment (lipofuscin) here: I am not sure if autophagy is the right answer to the "patogenetic" mechanism of ...
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To visualise the embryonic development of skeleton and muscles?

I am trying to find a visualisation for this topic, preferably a video. Some facts which I would like to have in the video(s)/visualisation Ossification starts usually with 3 primary centers: 1 ...
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Human muscle strength in constant low gravity environment

Imagine a human colony on an inhabitable planet with 0.2 Earth gravity. Would people eventually weaken to the point where average person could jump and throw things about the same distance as ...
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What is happening when a strange automatic muscle contraction in the lower/inner neck/throat creates a noise?

If that makes sense... It's like, it sounds like a less bass-y stomach growling almost, but it happens in the throat in the neck area, and makes an audible sound. It is involuntary and can't (by me) ...
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Treatments to open stucked sarcomeres in muscles like massage?

This animates a stucked sarcomere in a muscle -- it looks a bit like a stucked rusty spring. I am amazed that the Wikipedia about sarcomere mentions no word about treatments to open the stucked ...