Definition of Striated muscle fiber
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
Lexicographical Neighbors of Striated Muscle Fiber
Literary usage of Striated muscle fiber
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Text-book of Human Physiology: Including Histology and Microscopical Anatomy by Leonard Landois, Albert Philson Brubaker (1905)
"3, Isolated fibrils from a striated muscle-fiber. 4, Part of a fibril from an insect's muscle, highly magnified: a, Krause-Amici line limiting the muscular ..."
2. The Journal of Cancer Research (1917)
"... testis, kidney, and other parts of the body, ie, the mixed tumors or teratomas. Here the striated muscle fiber occurs in combination with one or ..."
3. A Text-book of Histology: Arranged Upon an Embryological Basis by Frederic Thomas Lewis, Philipp Stöhr (1913)
"Every striated muscle fiber is completely invested by a membrane named the ... striated muscle fiber oF FROG, TEASED APART iN WATER. BEING TORN AT x, ..."
4. A Textbook of Anatomy for Nurses by William Gay Christian (1917)
"striated muscle fiber is the bulkiest tissue in the body, being the chief constituent of the red skeletal muscles. ..."
5. Diseases and Surgery of the Genito-urinary System by Francis Sedgwick Watson, John Henry Cunningham (1908)
"Furthermore, the Wolffian body cannot give rise to striated muscle fiber. The fact that these tumors are so frequently found either at the time of birth or ..."
6. A Text-book of the Principles of Animal Histology by Ulric Dahlgren, William Allison Kepner (1908)
"... showing in part their polarity and their relations to the striated muscle fiber. All nerve structures stippled. Striated structures indicated by lines. ..."
7. Physiology Illustrated by Experiment: Illustrated by Experiment by Buel Preston Colton (1901)
"A striated muscle fiber may be \\ inches long and 2 ITJ of an inch wide, though usually less. The heart muscle fiber is narrower than the skeletal fiber, ..."