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Isotropy of sarcomere bands in skeletal muscle cells
As seen under a polarization microscope, the A-Band in skeletal muscle fibres is so named because it is anisotropic in its refractive index which is a characteristic of orderly crystalline structure. ...
Oct 18 '13 at 17:30
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