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Cross arms of the myosin monomer consists of

a)

Outward projection of G-actin filament

b)

Outward projection of the head region of meromyosin

c)

Outward projection of the tail region of meromyosin

d)

Both (b) and (c)


Question ID - 4683 | Toppr Answer

Cross arms of the myosin monomer consists of

a)

Outward projection of G-actin filament

b)

Outward projection of the head region of meromyosin

c)

Outward projection of the tail region of meromyosin

d)

Both (b) and (c)

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Answer Key : (b) -

(b)

The contraction of skeletal muscle includes ultrastructural and biochemical events. Ultrastructural events leads with stimuli excitation of T-system followed by crossbridge formation (myosin and actin filaments involved) and the cross bridge breakage. The biochemical events explain that stimuti leads to neurotransmitter secretion, excitation of T-system and release of



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