Muscles Work(Essay)!!!

Muscles Work(Essay)!!!

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  • Date Submitted: 05/29/2010 7:10 PM
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Inha University
Weekly Essay # 1

Prepared by:
Adrian Garay.
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Due Date:
Monday 10 of


How is possible to move or to lift a weight? From where that force arise? Or even more complicated questionings like: how do the muscles contract or relax? Those are typical questions when you are studying the physiological part of biology.
Like a brief answer, I can say that all the movement is possible by the muscles(in coordination with other structures like bones, signals from the brain and other specialized structures that provide certain substances or conditions for the whole system to work in harmony). The complicated questions require a little bit more of development for it completely understanding, so further it will be explained in details.

One of our points to present is a question discussed at class: What is the difference between Japanese and Korean Sashimi? We will not speak only about the taste, also why the difference between these two culinary stiles is so different and can be explained by a simple reasoning involving a process called “Rigor Mortis”(1).
Continuing forward, a definition to, what are muscles? , Classification of the muscles, how do the muscles produce the movement? And other points of interest.
Following I will try to develop the questioning of, how does the muscles produce the movement? , but involving the specialized structures” actin and myosin”, sliding filaments theory, how does the system save or store the energy and much more.
(The order of topics may vary)

After giving a brief introduction of the points of interest treated on this essay, I will continue with the development of the body structure; but not before quoting the words of great thinker
“Where there is a good education, there is no distinction of social types”
Kung Fu Tse (Confucius)

1) Rigor mortis is one of the recognizable signs...

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