1. A muscle that is connected at either or both ends to a bone and so move parts of the skeleton.
2. Muscle tissue characterized by transverse stripes; SYN. striated muscle.
3. Striated muscle that is usually attached to the skeleton and is usually under voluntary control
Muscle tissue that is marked by transverse dark and light bands, is made up of elongated usually multinucleated fibers, and includes skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle, and most muscle of arthropods — compare smooth muscle, voluntary muscle
striped muscle / ˈstraɪpt ˈmʌsl̩ /
Množina reči striped muscle je striped muscles.
voluntary muscle / ˈvɑːlənteri ˈmʌsl̩ /
Množina reči voluntary muscle je voluntary muscles.
Striated muscle that can be controlled voluntarily.
Muscle (as most striated muscle) under voluntary control
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