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Oh perfect I was just studying this!! A striated muscle has many parts. There is the nucleus, sarcolemma, mitochondria, sarcoplasm reticulum, and the myofibril
Your first question is... What are the parts of a striated muscle??
The single skeletal muscle cell is multi-nucleated, with nuclei all along the edges. The sarcolemma which are muscle fiber cells are held together by the plasma membrane.
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There are many mitochondria in a striated muscle because of the high demand of ATP. The sarcoplasm reticulum is a specialized type of endoplasmic reticulum that stores calcium ions and pumps them out into the sarcoplasm when the muscle fibers are stimulated.
And finally the myofibrils which are are the basic rod-like contractile units with a muscle cells. Myofibrils are grouped together inside muscle cells, which are known as muscle fibers.
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