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    So, in terms of muscle contractions and structure, I know that T tubules are little invaginations in the sarcolemma reticulum where acetylcholine binds to receptors etc.

    However, what does it mean that skeletal muscles forms a triad with the sarcolemma reticulum? As in three T tubules or???
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    please someone explain, thank you!
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    This is really not an "everyday issue", you would be much better posting in a different forum, for example the life sciences help.
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    (Original post by lizardlizard)
    This is really not an "everyday issue", you would be much better posting in a different forum, for example the life sciences help.
    Its more the fact that I want to remain anonymous because whenever I ask questions on TSR, the TSR team always tell me to not ask and ask people from my class.
 
 
 
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