What would happen if you replaced skeletal muscle with cardiac muscle?

Answer Nothing, you will be more vulnerable to "HEART PROBLEM EVERYWHERE".

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What are the Differences between cardiac (heart) and skeletal muscle contractile tissue:?

Cardiac Muscle ContractionThe sarcolemma (plasma membrane) of an unstimulated muscle cell is polarized—that is, the inside of the sarcolemma is negatively charged with respect to the outside. The... Read More »

Role of Skeletal Muscle in Blood Glucose Regulation?

Glucose is used as a main form of energy in the body. Glucose courses through the blood so that it may be delivered where needed. Skeletal muscle plays a large role in the regulation of blood gluco... Read More »

Would a skeletal muscle composed of particularity large fibers have any less fine motor control?

Fineness of motor control reflects not the size of muscle fibers but the type of nerves enervating the muscle, suggests the book “Human Physiology, 8th Ed.,” by Arthur Vander et al. Generally, ... Read More »

Which is a better protein for building muscle: Syntha-6 or Muscle Milk?

On One Hand: Syntha-6 BenefitsSyntha-6 is made of fast-, medium- and slow-digesting proteins so the body gets a steady supply over an eight-hour period. Best taken before going to bed, Syntha-6 has... Read More »