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the whole muscle is composed of muscle cells (fibers) grouped in bundles called?
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whole muscle is composed of muscle cells (fibers) grouped in bundles called?  is it called fascicles?
name the connective tissue coverings surrounding the muscle cells?  is that  myofibril or maybe myofilaments?
  The cd does not give answers for worksheet, I dont need them for class just want them for study guide for my test on monday   all the answers for this chapter on CD would be a big help   Thank you for your time

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the whole muscle is composed of muscle cells (fibers) grouped in bundles called?
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whole muscle is composed of muscle cells (fibers) grouped in bundles called:  fascicles

connective tissue coverings surrounding the muscle cells: I'm guessing it's either epimysium (which covers the entire muscle or multiple bundles of muscle tissue) or perimysium (which covers each individual bundle of muscle fibres or fascicles)

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