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Striated Muscle Cells

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Eliot Hi

on 19 October 2016

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Transcript of Striated Muscle Cells

Life Span
The striated muscle cell can live for a person's whole life. But, most only live 10 to 16 years.
What Organelles are plentiful in the striated muscle cell?
In the striated muscle cell, there is more mitochondria than other cells because muscle cells require more energy and have to convert more glucose, or sugar. They need to be able to move the bones.
The two types of striated muscle cells are...

-Skeletal muscle cells
-Cardiac muscles cells
There are two main types of striated muscles.

Striated Muscle Cells
by Danielle Sc and Eliot Hi

Functions of Cell
-The cardiac muscle pumps the blood through the heart.

-Skeletal muscles help hold the bones together and move the bones.
Unique structure
The unique feature is the myofibrils.
They contain protein to help power the cell to move the bones.
Fun Fact #1
Fun Fact # 2
Muscles can have disorders.
Cerebral Palsy=when an infant can not control their muscle movement. This is most likely caused by prevention of oxygen to the brain during birth or a drug addicted or alchoholic mother.

2. The energy to move muscles comes from the splitting of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) to Adenosine Diphosphate.(ADP)

Fun fact # 3
There are 600 muscles in the body. There are about 300 Skeletal muscles and Skeletal muscles are striated.
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