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I band, A-band, and how they vary with actin myosin overlap

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I band, A-band, and how they vary with actin myosin overlap

Postby sundew773 » Sun Jul 03, 2005 7:51 pm

I have a question that asks the difference between the actin and myosin filament overlap/non-overlap in the I-band, A-band, and H-zone...and then asks how the force varies with the actin-myosin overlap.

In my notes, I find that (though please correct me if I'm wrongt:

A-band is thick and contains myosin and actin

I-band is thin and just contains actin

H-zone is an area in the center of the A-band that has only myosin.

So, how do the forces vary with actin-myosin overlap? :?

Any help is greatly appreciated
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Postby summer » Sun Jul 24, 2005 2:06 am

Hi!

I am definetely late, but i hope you have got the idea now. The whole thing is in the book. If i get it, then so you will. If you still need the answer, then i will reply. :)
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