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How is cardiac muscle similar to smooth muscle?
Weegy: Compared to skeletal muscle, smooth-muscle cells are small. They are spindle-shaped, about 50 to 200 microns long and only 2 to 10 microns in diameter. They have no striations or sarcomeres. [ Instead, they have bundles of thin and thick filaments (as opposed to well-developed bands) that correspond to myofibrils. In smooth-muscle cells, intermediate filaments are interlaced through the cell much like the threads in a pair of "fish-net" stockings. The intermediate filaments anchor the thin filaments and correspond to the Z-disks of skeletal muscle. Unlike skeletal-muscle cells, smooth-muscle cells have no troponin, tropomyosin or organized sarcoplasmic reticulum. ] (More)
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Cardiac muscle is similar to smooth muscle in that both are involuntary.
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@smp0784-the user asked for a comparison of cardiac and smooth muscle not skeletal and smooth.
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@Frankie17851- Thank you for the correction.
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How is cardiac muscle similar to smooth muscle?
Weegy: Cardiac muscle is similar to smooth muscle in that both are involuntary. (More)
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What three processes does food undergo in the digestive system? A. Digestion, movement, absorption B. Digestion, elimination, restoration C. Digestion, absorption, elimination D. Digestion, absorption, restoration
Weegy: Three processes that food undergoes in the digestive system are: Digestion, absorption, elimination. User: Every ________, nerve impulses stimulate the breathing process, or ventilation, which moves air through a series of passages into and out of the lungs. A. 5 to 7 seconds B. 3 to 5 seconds C. 1 to 3 seconds D. 7 to 9 seconds Weegy: Every 3 to 5 seconds, nerve impulses stimulate the breathing process, or ventilation, which moves air through a series of passages into and out of the lungs. User: Which organ is NOT a part of the digestive system? A. Esophagus B. Gallbladder C. Kidneys D. Mouth (More)
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The kidneys are NOT a part of the digestive system.
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What is the exchange of gases between the blood and tissue cells? A. Internal respiration B. Posterior respiration C. External respiration D. None of the above
Weegy: A. Internal respiration is the exchange of gases between the blood and tissue cells User: What is the larynx commonly called? A. Voice box or epiglottis B. Vocal cord C. Voice box or glottis D. Vocal ligament (More)
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C. external respiration
Every 3 to 5 seconds, nerve impulses stimulate the breathing process, or ventilation, which moves air through a series of passages into and out of the lungs. After this, there is an exchange of gases between the lungs and the blood. This is called external respiration.
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What is the first activity of the digestive system? A. Digestion B. Ingestion C. Movement D. Absorption
Weegy: B. Ingestion User: What is the trachea commonly called? A. Voice box B. Vocal cord C. Windflute D. Windpipe (More)
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D. Windpipe. The trachea, commonly known as the windpipe, is a tube about 4 inches long and less than an inch in diameter in most people.
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