*  Mechanical tension and spontaneous muscle twitching precede the formation of cross-striated muscle in vivo | Development
Abdominal muscle morphogenesis - an overview. Drosophila abdominal muscles form by fusion of adult myoblasts to myotubes at ∼24 ... Abdominal muscle attachment. Studies in flight muscles have suggested that muscle attachment is required for myofibrillogenesis ... Simultaneous sarcomerogenesis in Drosophila abdominal body muscles. (A-D) Images of developing dorsal abdominal muscles ( ... Muscle-specific expression was achieved using Mef2-GAL4 (Ranganayakulu et al., 1996). Abdominal muscles were labeled with Mef2- ...
  http://dev.biologists.org/content/144/7/1261
*  The ultrastructure of the striated muscles of Derocheilocaris typica (Mystacocarida, Crustacea) | Scripps Institution of...
Dorsal and ventral abdominal muscles are innervated from the dorso-lateral nerve arising from the nerve chain. Each muscle cell ... The ultrastructure of the striated muscles of Derocheilocaris typica (Mystacocarida, Crustacea) The ultrastructure of the ... striated muscles of Derocheilocaris typica (Mystacocarida, Crustacea). Title. The ultrastructure of the striated muscles of ... All muscles belong to the phasic type. The tubular system emanates from the ends of the muscle cell and penetrates the whole ...
  https://scripps.ucsd.edu/biblio/ultrastructure-striated-muscles-derocheilocaris-typica-mystacocarida-crustacea
*  Ab - Inglés - Inglés Traductor
1. the muscles of the abdomen. (synonym) abdominal, abdominal muscle. (hypernym) skeletal muscle, striated muscle. (hyponym) ... external oblique muscle, musculus obliquus externus abdominis, abdominal external oblique muscle, oblique. (part-holonym) ...
  http://traductor.babylon-software.com/ingles/a-ingles/ab/
*  Ch 8 11 appendicular skeleton muscle
Skeletal muscle is striated. is largely under voluntary control. is primarily regulated by hormones from the endocrine system. ... the function of most of these muscles is to move bones 2) skeletal muscle is striated with alternating light and dark bands 3) ... Resist increased intra-abdominal pressure ,/li,,/ul,,/ul, ... 1. Skeletal muscle ,ul,,li,is striated. ,/li,,/ul,,ul,,li,is ... li,,/ul,,ul,,li,is striated. ,/li,,/ul,10 * 34. Which type of muscle tissue has a pacemake r to allow the tissue to beat ...
  https://www.slideshare.net/purpleL/ch-8-11-appendicular-skeleton-muscle
*  Carpal spasm | Article about carpal spasm by The Free Dictionary
involuntary rigid muscle contraction, often persistent and often accompanied by pain. It usually has some underlying physical ... an involuntary tonic contraction (cramp) of a muscle or group of muscles. Spasms may affect striated skeletal muscles (for ... It may also result from internal influences, for example, tension of the abdominal muscles in peritonitis. Spasm may be a ... In addition to spasm of striated muscles, there is spasm of smooth muscles, for example, cardiospasm and pylorospasm. In ...
  https://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/carpal+spasm
*  WikiPremed MCAT Course - The Musculoskeletal System
Smooth muscle. Smooth muscle is a type of non-striated muscle, found within the bladder, abdominal cavity, the uterus, male and ... Consisting of muscles, ligaments, tendons, bones and cartilage, the musculoskeletal system supports the body, provides for ... Cardiac muscle. Cardiac muscle is a type of involuntary striated muscle found within the heart. ... Skeletal muscle. Skeletal muscle is a type of striated muscle, usually attached to the skeleton. ...
  https://www.wikipremed.com/mcat_course.php?code=040704
*  Smooth muscle cells | definition of Smooth muscle cells by Medical dictionary
What is Smooth muscle cells? Meaning of Smooth muscle cells medical term. What does Smooth muscle cells mean? ... Looking for online definition of Smooth muscle cells in the Medical Dictionary? Smooth muscle cells explanation free. ... striated muscles that are attached to bones and typically cross at least one joint. Called also voluntary or striated muscles. ... Figure 2: Muscles of the abdominal wall. Superficial layer shown on the right side of the body, deeper layer on the left. ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Smooth+muscle+cells
*  Unit One Resources
Three Muscle Types: Striated / Cardiac / Smooth (Video) Abdominal Muscles (Video) Arm Model / Arm Region (Video) ...
  http://mc3cb.com/ap_lab_unit1_resources.html
*  Science Info World: REFLEX ARC
Bladder emptying is produced by contraction of the detrusor muscle of the bladder and also muscles of the abdominal wall, with ... relaxation of the internal (smooth muscle) and external (striated muscle) sphincters. Reflex emptying can be accomplished with ... The tap, applied to the tendons of the quadriceps muscles, stretches the muscles and their muscle spindles. A brisk tap excites ... muscles and the cardiac sphincter. During vomiting, the cardiac sphincter relaxes, while the abdominal and stomach muscles ...
  http://scienceinfoworld.blogspot.com/2010/12/reflex-arc.html
*  Musculoskeletal System
... called smooth muscles because they lack striated muscle fibers in their structure. ... Upper Body Muscles. 1) Compression of the abdominal wall occurs by what four muscles? 2) What is the physical relationship of ... Striated muscle work. Would a muscle that is long and thin (ie: more series elements than parallel elements) or a muscle that ... Muscle Types. What are the similarities and differences between Skeletal Muscle, Cardiac Muscle and Smooth Muscle?. ...
  https://brainmass.com/biology/musculoskeletal-system
*  Abdominal ring, internal | definition of abdominal ring, internal by Medical dictionary
What is abdominal ring, internal? Meaning of abdominal ring, internal medical term. What does abdominal ring, internal mean? ... Looking for online definition of abdominal ring, internal in the Medical Dictionary? abdominal ring, internal explanation free ... abdominal ring, external an opening in the aponeurosis of the external oblique muscle for the spermatic cord or round ligament. ... common tendinous ring the annular ligament of origin common to the recti muscles of the eye, attached to the edge of the optic ...
  http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/abdominal+ring%2C+internal
*  A complete three-dimensional reconstruction of the myoanatomy of Loricifera: comparative morphology of an adult and a Higgins...
... between abdominal transverse muscle II and V. Color code: abdominal transverse muscle I, red; abdominal transverse muscles II-V ... The scalid and pharyngeal muscles seem to be cross striated, while the longitudinal retractors are obliquely striated [20].. ... Color code: abdominal transverse muscle I, red; abdominal transverse muscles II-V, light blue; buccal tube retractors and mouth ... Color code: abdominal transverse muscle I, red; abdominal transverse muscles II-V, light blue; buccal tube retractors and mouth ...
  https://0-frontiersinzoology-biomedcentral-com.brum.beds.ac.uk/articles/10.1186/1742-9994-10-19
*  Muscles
... skeletal muscle. See muscle and see Plate 35.. striated involuntary muscle, cardiac m.. striated voluntary muscle, skeletal m. ... tragicus muscle, muscle of tragus, musculus tragicus.. transverse abdominal muscle, musculus transversus abdominis.. transverse ... sternothyroid muscle, musculus sternothyroideus.. strap muscles, musculi infrahyoidei.. striated muscle, striped muscle, a ... pennate muscle, penniform muscle, musculus pennatus.. perineal muscles, muscles of perineum, musculi perinei.. peroneal muscle ...
  http://mtresources.tripod.com/Muscles/muscles.htm
*  Cardiac myocyte | definition of Cardiac myocyte by Medical dictionary
Skeletal and cardiac are the striated muscles; cardiac and smooth share the property of being involuntary. See also muscle ... Figure 2: Muscles of the abdominal wall. Superficial layer shown on the right side of the body, deeper layer on the left. ... For a complete list of named muscles see Table 13.. agonistic muscle. prime mover; a muscle opposed in action by another muscle ... striated muscles that are attached to bones and typically cross at least one joint. Called also voluntary or striated muscles. ...
  http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Cardiac+myocyte
*  Manage Medical Massage Therapists in a Medical Practice: IN-DEPTH Summary
Individual Muscles do not contract uniformly as a unit. Individual groups of muscle fibers within the muscle belly - usually ... They have no detectable striated, contractile muscle fiber.. There are occasional locations of a few contractile, smooth muscle ... Yet the abdominal wall muscles are indeed contracting, becoming chronically so over enough time spent slouched on that couch. ... of a muscle's mass on average, they have striated, contractile muscle fibers. They might not be strong enough to accomplish ...
  http://davidscottlynn.com/manage-medical-massage-therapists-in-a-medical-practice/
*  Musculus mylohyoideus | definition of musculus mylohyoideus by Medical dictionary
mylohyoid muscle. see Table 13.1D muscles of the hyoid apparatus.. muscle neoplasms. of striated muscle-rhabdomyoma, ... and the hernias caused by rupture of the ventral abdominal muscles or the diaphragm. ... For a complete list of named muscles see Table 13.. agonistic muscle. prime mover; a muscle opposed in action by another muscle ... striated muscles that are attached to bones and typically cross at least one joint. Called also voluntary or striated muscles. ...
  http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/musculus+mylohyoideus
*  SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR TESTING THE GASTRIC VALVE - Patent application
The smooth muscle of the internal urethral sphincter, however, is quite slow compared to the striated muscles of the EUS. This ... abdominal and pelvic muscles. The contraction of these muscles causes an increase in intra-abdominal pressure (IAP), which ... muscles. During the LER, contraction of the external abdominal oblique (EAO) muscles compress the abdominal viscera, which push ... All VC events begin with an inspiration (inhalation), which has a premotor effect on the muscle tone of the abdominal and ...
  http://www.patentsencyclopedia.com/app/20120277583
*  A constitutive model for muscle properties in a soft-bodied arthropod | Journal of The Royal Society Interface
Compared with typical striated skeletal muscle, caterpillar muscles can be described as slow and stretchy. ... Preliminary dissections were made to map the location of the attachment points of the muscle, VIL, in the third abdominal ... The contractile properties of striated muscles are similar across species. In general, muscle force is proportional to its ... This is because in striated muscle, the sarcomeres are aligned and the degree of actin and myosin overlap throughout the muscle ...
  http://rsif.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/4/13/257
*  Moesin
Some muscles show a striated GFP signal, though it is weaker and more variable than one might expect given the quantity of ... Thoracic and abdominal neuromeres are apparent. In the retina, the arrangement of ommatidia and their constituent cells can be ... It is suspected that the moesin binding site on actin is occluded to a greater or lesser extent in different muscle types ( ... The indirect flight muscles that pack the thorax accumulate very little fusion protein and no striations are evident. ...
  http://www.sdbonline.org/sites/fly/cytoskel/moesin4.htm
*  Paragonimus westermani - Wikipedia
The worms can also reach other organs and tissues, such as the brain and striated muscles, respectively. However, when this ... These raw crabs are then marinated or pickled in vinegar or wine to coagulate the crustacean muscle. This method of preparation ... The acute stage corresponds to the period of invasion and migration of flukes and consists of abdominal pain, diarrhea and ... The crawling cercariae penetrate fresh water crabs and encyst in its muscles becoming metacercaria. Humans or felines then eat ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paragonimus_westermani
*  Ataluren - Wikipedia
... primary muscle cells containing the premature stop codon mutation for Duchenne muscular dystrophy and rescues striated muscle ... abdominal discomfort, constipation, rashes, pain in their arms, legs, and chest muscles, blood in their urine, urinary ... upper abdominal pain, and flatulence; between 1% and 5% of people experienced decreased appetite and weight loss, high levels ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ataluren
*  Urinary Incontinence: Practice Essentials, Background, Anatomy
These muscles do not surround the urethra, as the striated sphincter does, but lie along the lateral and ventral aspects. ... The third mechanism involves 2 bundles of striated muscle, the urethrovaginal sphincter and the compressor urethrae, found at ... This is likely due to the retropubic location of the proximal and mid urethra within the sphere of intra-abdominal pressure. At ... somatic innervation maintains tone in the pelvic floor musculature as well as the striated periurethral muscles. ...
  https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/452289-overview
*  Migration-related changes in gene expression in leg muscle of the Christmas Island red crab Gecarcoidea natalis: seasonal...
... striated muscles: fast and slow isoforms may be generated from the same transcript. J. Muscle Res. Cell Motil. 19, 105-115. ... were expressed in different compositions in the fast muscle fibres of the cutter claw closer and deep abdominal muscles (Kim et ... 1999). Muscle LIM protein: expressed in slow muscle and induced in fast muscle by enhanced contractile activity. Am. J. Physiol ... 2002). Striated muscle cytoarchitecture: An intricate web of form and function. Annu. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol. 18, 637-706. ...
  http://jeb.biologists.org/content/213/10/1740
*  Tetanus - Wikipedia
Chest, neck, back, abdominal muscles, and buttocks may be affected. Back muscle spasms often cause arching, called opisthotonos ... Tetanus affects skeletal muscle, a type of striated muscle used in voluntary movement. The other type of striated muscle, ... or nifedipine Drugs such as diazepam or other muscle relaxants can be given to control the muscle spasms. In extreme cases it ... Muscle relaxants may be used to control spasms. Mechanical ventilation may be required if a person's breathing is affected. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetanus
*  Anismus - Wikipedia
The puborectalis muscle is one of the pelvic floor muscles. It is skeletal muscle and is therefore under voluntary control. The ... the abdominal muscles contract (straining) causing the intra-abdominal pressure to increase. the pelvic floor is lowered ... The external anal sphincter, by contrast, is made up of skeletal (or striated muscle) and is therefore under voluntary control ... The relevant anatomy includes: the rectum, the anal canal and the muscles of the pelvic floor, especially puborectalis and the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anismus