2017.09.01 CSCS Daily Study Question:
Cross-bridges are globular heads that protrude away from which type of myofilament ?
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Myofibrils contain the apparatus that contracts the muscle cell. This apparatus consists primarily of two types of myofilament: actin (“thin filament”) and myosin (“thick filament”). Cross-bridges are globular heads that protrude away from the length of myosin myofilaments.
Essentials of Strength Training & Conditioning 3rd Edition p. 6
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2017.09.01 CSCS Daily Study Question