A model of the muscles in the human body arm.

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Phosphate bonds are created after the construction of the important compounds, including the ATP (adenosine triphosphate), ADP (adenosine diphosphate), the phosphagen, nucleoside triphosphates, and nucleoside diphosphates.

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Aside from nitrogen, hydrogen, carbon, and Oxygen, the human body also comes with an abundant amount of calcium. Your teeth and bones contain 99 percent calcium.

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Aside from having a cylindrical and long shape, skeletal muscles also have a unique striated and striped look when seen with the use of a microscope.

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Satellite cells can fuse and differentiate the augmentation of the current muscle fibers from the new ones. It has something to do with muscle growth.

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Muscle tissues in the human body are made from four unit organizations that come in various sizes; myofilament as the smallest, and sarcolemma as the largest.

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Cardiac muscles are one of the different parts of the body that is located closest to the heart.

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The ATP production will be prevented and resulted in the restriction of muscle contraction. It provides the cells with chemical energy to perform metabolic processes.

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Smooth muscles are not striated due to having an organized set of cells inside a sheet. The stomach, intestines, and other hollow organs contain smooth muscles.

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The main work of muscle tissue is to command the body to perform any movements. To create movements, muscle tissues need to contract with each other.

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During the formation of an organ, the embryonic mesoderm connects with the ectoderm and endoderm, helping the red blood cells, skeletal muscles, and mesenchyme to rise.

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