|MadSci Network: Anatomy|
I taking AP Biology and I seem to be interested in the subject. (thats my reason. from now on I explain my Question.) I see that there is a "sliding concept theory". What determines the speed at which the Myosin is contracted. What determines the speed of reaction to the enzymes.(excuse my spelling if I made a mistake) How is the rate of oxygen input determined? Is there a limit to a speed that a muscle can contract (excluding the obvious "you will pull your arm"). And who ever answers this Question, Can you please give me your e-mail address? Please. So that I can contact you on your answer if I need a clearer understanding of certain parts of your answer.
Re: What determins the speed of a muscle reaction and execution?
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