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Muscle Contraction

Final-10 minute presentation

Vaitaire Goicochea

on 29 November 2012

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Transcript of Muscle Contraction

Conclusion INTRODUCTION METHODS MUSCLE CONTRACTION First, REFERENCES Campbell, N.A., Reece, J.B., Mitchell, L.G. (1999). "Contraction of Skeletal Muscle." Biology. Benjamin Cummings, San Francisco.

Spundich, James A., and Susan Watt. (1971). "The Regulation of Rabbit Skeletal Muscle Contraction." American Society of Biological Chemists

RESULTS HYPOTHESIS THE END!! Second, 1. 0.25% ATP, distilled water
2. 0.25% ATP, salt solution
3. 0.10% ATP, salt solution
4. 0.05% ATP, salt solution
5. No ATP, salt solution Third, Fourth, We hypothesized that the 0.25 ATP in salt
solution would cause the highest percent
muscle contraction. The Question is. . . What are the roles of ATP and salts in Skeletal Muscle Contraction? Glycerin- expose rabbit muscle fibers were placed on microscope slide 1. ATP is needed for contraction to occur

2. Essential Ions are used in muscle contraction
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