Skeletal muscle, light micrograph

Skeletal muscle, light micrograph

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Caption: Light microscopy of skeletal muscle fibres seen in longitudinal section. The alternating banding pattern represents highly ordered assembly of contractile fibres called A bands (dark) and I bands (light). The interval between successive I bands is the smallest unit of muscle contraction and is called a sarcomere. Each skeletal muscle fibre consists of hundreds or thousands of individual cells that have fused together. Hence a fibre has multiple nuclei; these are positioned at the periphery of the cell. Magnification x550 when printed at 10 cm.

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Keywords: a band, biological, biology, healthy, histological, histology, i band, light micrograph, light microscopy, muscle, no-one, nobody, normal, sarcomere, section, skeletal muscle, striated muscle, toluidine blue stain, voluntary muscle

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