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what is a dicondylic skull?
why ribs are called bicephalic?
All locomotion is movement but all movement is not locomotion.JUSTIFY
what is the difference between troponin and tropomyosin?
what is fascicles and fascia
Define sliding filament theory of
can u give some examples of visceral organs ?
wht r chondroitin salts?
what is the role of calcium ions in muscle contraction?
How is the muscle contraction initiated?
Plz explain the diff. types of joints in human boby, their structure and speciality.
all locomotions are movements ,but all movements are not locomotions .why?
how do we defferentiate between opisthe and proter after forming into individuals in paramecium?
Example of fibrous joint other than skull?
what is m line
describe the structure of striated muscle
wat is pliable matrix? wat are chondroitin salts?
Who is grand old man of intestine and how many flagella it possess
what is ATP
1.) What is the role of sarcoplasmic reticulum,myosin head and F actin during contration of striated muscles of human beings???
2.) What is the role of Ca++ troponin during muscles contration?
what are the modifications that are observed in birds that help them fly? what is importance of air bladder in pisces
can i plzzz have the structure of meromyosin?
Thin filaments partially overlaps the thick filaments ..... isn't this correct?? the 7th point in structure of myofibril says : the thick filaments partially overlaps the free ends of thin filaments!
Does both of them mean the same?? or the one given is wrong?
give short note on myoglobin.
What do you mean by dorsally and ventrally??????
functions of skeletal system?
which joint is present between pubic bones in pelvic girdle?
Define ureotelism and ammonotelism.
mechanism of muscle contraction
what are the mechanism of muscle contraction?
what is the function of skull?
can anyone explain me the mechanism of muscle contraction in brief????i need the answer as soon as possible!!!!don't have too much time left!!!!!!!
"Greater the amount of work performed by the muscle , the greater is the amount of ATP that is cleaved ".This is called as --
explain sliding filament theory ?
what is cross arm?
What is the role of sarcoplasmic reticulum,myosin head and F-actin during contraction of striated muscle of humans?
What is sliding filament theory??
type of joint between pelvic bones in the pelvic girdle
it articulates with the occipital condyles
please explain this sentence
What are the different types of
movements exhibited by the cells of human body?
someone plz explain sigmoid notch in a simple language with a clear figure
regarding the contraction of muscles , it says that the sliding filament theory is applicable to skeletal , cardiac and smooth muscle fibres.
later in my buk it also says, skeletal musclea contract only if stimulated. they dont have the property of automaticity inherent like in cardiac and visceral muscles... i undrstand cardiac .. bt visceral muscles? i mean they do need a stimulus ryt? for eg in the alimentary canal , there r nerve plexus ryt? they r involuntary bt how can they not need a stimulus? then what r the nerve plexus for? plz explain quick ..thank u :)
I want a flowchart on locomotion and movements.
wat r occipital condyles?
Explain the following :
The position of Radius and ulna in the video has been interchanged . The radius is the bone on the side of the thumb . as mentioned in the diagram by you and also in the ncert .Please correct the video.
What is the difference between vertebral column and spinal cord
wat is d difference between anterior and posterior , dorsal and ventral?????
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