Definition of Striated muscle cell
1. Noun. An elongated contractile cell in striated muscle tissue.
Group relationships: Skeletal Muscle, Striated Muscle
Generic synonyms: Muscle Cell, Muscle Fiber, Muscle Fibre
Terms within: Myofibril, Myofibrilla, Sarcostyle
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Literary usage of Striated muscle cell
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1. A Text-book of Physiology: Normal and Pathological. For Students and by Winfield Scott Hall (1905)
"12 1 a 6 cda, non-striated muscle cell; 6, striated muscle cell of frog's heart; c, striated muscle cell of mammal's heart; d, striated muscle cell of ..."
2. Principles of Animal Biology by Aaron Franklin Shull, George Roger Larue, Alexander Grant Ruthven (1920)
"The protoplasm of a striated muscle cell, as distinguished from the ... One of the longitudinal fibrils or contractile elements of 11 striated muscle cell. ..."
3. International Catalogue of Scientific Literature by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1904)
"... Albert C. The nuclear changes in the striated muscle cell of ... AC The nuclear changes iu the striated muscle cell of ..."
4. Experimental Physiology and Anatomy for High Schools by Walter Hollis Eddy (1906)
"(They FlG- 19--A Non-striated Muscle cell: », nucleus. are held together by a homogeneous cement substance.) Note the absence of any striation, or striping. ..."
5. The Anatomy of the Domestic Fowl by Benjamin Franklyn Kaupp (1918)
"In the involuntary and in the involuntary-striated muscle cell, the nuclei are centrally located. The voluntary-striated muscles consist of cylindrical ..."
6. The Anatomy of the Domestic Fowl by Benjamin Franklyn Kaupp (1918)
"In the involuntary and in the involuntary-striated muscle cell, the nuclei are centrally located. ..."
7. Normal Histology and Microscopical Anatomy by Jeremiah Sweetser Ferguson (1904)
"... with the consequent increase in the size of the cell, produce the mature striated muscle cell with its distinct membrane, its many nuclei, ..."