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Organelles of a skeletal muscle cell contain the same organelles as other animal cells, with the addition of myofibrils. Muscle fibers within the skeletal cell are known as myofibers. These organelles allow skeletal musc... More »

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Teach PE points to bands of myosin and actin within the structural units of skeletal muscle as cause for the tissue's striated appearance. The units they are contained in are called sarcomeres, which are structurally dis... More »

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University College London explains that skeletal muscle cells have more than one nucleus in each cell because each cell is actually a combination of several cells that have fused to each other. During the process of fusi... More »

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Teach PE points to bands of myosin and actin within the structural units of skeletal muscle as cause for the tissue's striated appearance. The units they are contained in are called sarcomeres, which are structurally dis... More »

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