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Muscle Structure and Contraction — Vertebrate Model

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This animation uses the human bicep muscle as a model to illustrate the structure and contraction of striated muscles from the tissue to the molecular levels for vertebrate animals.  It shows how the band pattern of sarcomeres reflects their actin-myosin arrangement, and how the biochemical interactions of actin and myosin result in sliding filaments for muscle contraction.

This animation was developed for educators interested in teaching this topic from a vertebrate perspective. Since the structures and contraction mechanisms for striated muscles are similar in both vertebrates and invertebrates, all scenes for this animation and for the grasshopper femur muscle animation are identical, except for use of the human bicep-muscle model in scene 2 and the descriptions for innervation in scene 6.

Total Runtime: approx. 7 min; 7 scenes

 

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Zip File Size - 4.7 MB

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$25

Zip File Size -35 MB

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Zip File Size -36 MB

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