The Sliding Filament Theory

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1) An impulse is sent from various areas of the brain that control movement. 

2) The impulse travels via a series of neurons to the muscle that is required to move.

3) When the impulse arrives at a NEUROMUSCULAR JUNCTION it sends signals to the SARCOPLASMIC RETICULUM to release Ca(2+) ions.

4) The Ca(2+) ions attach to…

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