Types of muscular tissue, Biology

TYPES -

 

There are present three types of muscle fibres:

 

1.      Striped or striated or skeletal or voluntary muscles.

 

2.      Unstriped or non-striated or visceral or smooth or involuntary muscles.

 

3.      Cardiac muscles.

 

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