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Figure 5: Representative series of isometric contractions in a cat papillary muscle studied in vitro in a muscle bath generic 100 mg zenegra with mastercard erectile dysfunction operation. Contractions are superimposed on a memory oscilloscope and then photographed with a Polaroid picture purchase 100 mg zenegra fast delivery fda approved erectile dysfunction drugs. The lower line represents the passive length-tension curve of the muscle at that length. Cardiac muscle is relatively stiff as one tries to stretch it out to longer muscle lengths. The resting and developed force at a series of muscle lengths are shown in Figure 5 in a representative experiment. At longer lengths, the resting force (bottom line) rises abruptly because of the stiffness of the muscle. Note that as length increases, the force developed by the muscle (height of vertical lines) progressively increases until one reaches the L max point, Muscle Mechanics - Robert Turcott, M. Figure 6 plots representative resting and developed length-force relations of cardiac muscle. The developed force rises to a peak at the length designated L max and then declines. The resting force rises relatively slowly at shorter lengths but as one approaches and passes L max, there is an abrupt rise in resting force along its exponential passive length-force curve. The simple addition of resting and developed force is the total force which is a relatively straight line over much of its course. Figure 6: Resting and developed force-length curves as obtained in isolated heart muscle. The relation between myocardial and sarcomere lengths and the passive and active length-force curves of cardiac muscle are illustrated in Figure 7. There are few cross-bridges at the center of the myosin filament in the vicinity of the M line so that the ends of the opposite actin filaments are slightly separated. At longer lengths in skeletal muscle the sarcomeres are pulled out slightly and force is reduced due to fewer cross-bridges formed. Because the passive length-tension relation is so stiff, however, it is difficult to pull cardiac muscle sarcomeres out much beyond 2. The reduction in force at small sarcomere lengths presumably relates to the cross-over of actin filaments through the middle of the sarcomere, which interfere with each other. Although classical studies have suggested that the active length- tension curve of cardiac muscle is due entirely to the changing relationship of cross-bridge overlap, some studies have suggested that another factor (length-dependent activation) may be important. If one plots the relative force development of both skeletal and cardiac muscle, one might expect that they would be identical curves since the overlap of thin and thick filaments would be the same at different muscle lengths. The cardiac muscle curve, however, falls far inside the skeletal muscle curve at shorter muscle lengths. One interpretation of this data is that there is decreasing activation of the twitch contraction of cardiac muscle at shorter lengths, as compared to the tetanic contraction of skeletal muscle. Thus, the active length-tension curve of cardiac muscle may be due in part to this length-dependent activation, in addition to the overlap of thin and thick filaments. When studying isolated heart muscle in the laboratory, the standard contraction is the isometric contraction, where the ends of the muscle are fixed so that muscle length remains constant. The characteristic force versus time twitch for such a contraction is shown in Figure 8.

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