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Prevod reči: mišić

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mišić [ muški rod {životinja} ]

Mali miš.

baby mouse [ imenica {N/A} ]
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mousie [ imenica {sleng, dijalekt} ]
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mišić [ muški rod {anatomija} ]

Organ koji je sposoban da se grči, kontrahuje i opušta. Osim toga, on je elastičan, jer dozvoljava izvesno istezanje, posle čega se vraća na svoju prvobitnu dužinu.
Prema svome položaju i građi dele se na poprečnoprugaste i glatke mišiće. Poprečnoprugasti mišići su najmnobogobrojniji i svojim krajevima pripajaju se na kostima, te se nazivaju i skeletnim mišićima. Oni se kontrahuju pod uticajem volje. Glatki mišići nalaze se u zidovima organa i kontrahuju se bez uticaja volje.
Prema obliku, skeletni mišić može biti vretenast, pljosnat ili kružni.

sinew [ imenica {anatomija} ]
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ETYM Old Eng. sinewe, senewe, as. sinu, seonu; akin to Dutch zenuw, Old High Germ. senawa, German sehne, Icel. sin, Swed. sena, Dan. sene; cf. Skr. snâva.
Tendon; especially; one dressed for use as a cord or thread.

muscle [ imenica {anatomija} ]
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ETYM French, from Latin musculus a muscle, a little mouse, dim. of mus a mouse. Related to Mouse.
Contractile animal tissue that produces locomotion and power, and maintains the movement of body substances. Muscle is made of long cells that can contract to between one-half and one-third of their relaxed length.
Striped (or striated) muscles are activated by motor nerves under voluntary control; their ends are usually attached via tendons to bones.
Involuntary or smooth muscles are controlled by motor nerves of the autonomic nervous system, and are located in the gut, blood vessels, iris, and various ducts. Cardiac muscle occurs only in the heart, and is also controlled by the autonomic nervous system.
An artificial muscle fiber was developed in the us 199Besides replacing muscle fiber, it can be used for substitute ligaments and blood vessels and to prevent tissues sticking together after surgery (adhesion).
(Homonym: mussel).
Animal tissue consisting predominantly of contractile cells; SYN. muscular tissue.
One of the contractile organs of the body; SYN. musculus.



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