Muscular tissues

 

Muscular  tissue makes up to 40% of the weigh of the human body.

Muscular tissue contains protein which has collagen derived from its connective tissue; cell nuclei containing nucleoprotein. Other proteins include
 

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Myogen

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Myoglobin

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Globulin X

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Actin

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Myosin

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Tropomyosin

 

Others chemical substances  include

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Lipids

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Carbohydrate

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Pigment which is mainly myoglobin and some cytochromes.

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Inorganic salts such as potassium phosphate.

 

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