The bulging, central part of a muscle .
An adenosine-derived nucleotide,C10H16N5O13P3,that supplies large amounts of energy to cells for various biochemical processes,including muscle contraction and sugar metabolism,through its hydrolysis to ADP.
atropine has often been given with an opioid in the treatment of renal colic in the hope that it will relax the ureteral smooth muscle
It’ll take a lot of muscle to remove the rock.
Any of a group of chemical compounds with a common molecular structure and similar pharmacological effects,used as antianxiety agents,muscle relaxants,sedatives,and hypnotics.
The drug doesn’t help everyone, and it can have side effects, including nausea, muscle cramps and skin rash
Lacking firmness,resilience,or muscle tone.
Enough muscle to be a high jumper.
The failure of a ring of muscle fibers,such as a sphincter of the esophagus,to relax.
A projection or protuberance,especially one at the end of a bone for the attachment of a muscle or tendon.
A short polypeptide hormone,C43H66N12O12S2,released from the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland,that stimulates the contraction of smooth muscle of the uterus during labor and facilitates ejection of milk from the breast during nursing.
Paralysis of a single limb,muscle ,or muscle group.
Throwing military muscle around and willfully violating human rights
Alteration in excitability and conductivity of a nerve or muscle during the passage of an electric current through it.
How much easier,how much more satisfying it is for you who can see to grasp quickly the essential qualities of another person by watching the subtleties of expression,the quiver of a muscle ,the flutter of a hand.
A muscle of the lower jaw that elevates the hyoid bone and assists in lowering the jaw.
The point or mode of attachment of a skeletal muscle to the bone or other body part that it moves.
sternal muscles include two muscle groups
A polysaccharide(C6H10O5)n,that is the main form of carbohydrate storage in animals and occurs primarily in the liver and muscle tissue.It is readily converted to glucose as needed by the body to satisfy its energy needs.
septa are constructed from muscle fibres
long head of biceps brachii muscle
The large muscle at the front of the upper arm that flexes the forearm.
A large three-headed muscle running along the back of the upper arm and serving to extend the forearm.
the multinucleate cells of striated muscle .
The part of the respiratory tract between the pharynx and the trachea,having walls of cartilage and muscle and containing the vocal cords enveloped in folds of mucous membrane.
A yellowish-white,crystalline purine base,C5H4N4O2,that is a precursor of uric acid and is found in blood,urine,muscle tissue,and certain plants.
An acute infectious disease of the small intestine,caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae and characterized by profuse watery diarrhea,vomiting,muscle cramps,severe dehydration,and depletion of electrolytes.
An instrument used in the diagnosis of neuromuscular disorders that produces an audio or visual record of the electrical activity of a skeletal muscle by means of an electrode inserted into the muscle or placed on the skin.
A graphic record of the electrical activity of a muscle as recorded by an electromyograph.
The system of actin and myosin that,with other substances,constitutes muscle fiber and is responsible for muscular contraction.
1.A band or bundle of fibrous tissue in a human or animal body that has the ability to contract, producing movement in or maintaining the position of parts of the body.
‘the calf _muscle_ ’
‘the sheet of _muscle_ between the abdomen and chest’
2.A man or men exhibiting physical power or strength, typically employed to use or threaten violence.
‘an ex-marine of enormous proportions who’d been brought along as _muscle_ ’
‘By this time both sides had brought some professional _muscle_ to bear on proceedings.’
3.A muscle or muscles when well developed or prominently visible under the skin.
‘his _muscles_ rippled beneath his tanned skin’
‘His silken hide of blood brown hue gleamed as he moved, _muscles_ rippling beneath the sleek pelt.’
4.Physical power; strength.
‘he had _muscle_ but no brains’
‘He thought Luke was all _muscle_ and no brains.’
5.Power or influence, especially in a commercial or political sphere.
‘many companies lack the financial _muscle_ to adopt a more hard-nosed relationship with buyers’
‘His Parliamentary opponents delightedly congratulated each other on their unprecedented exhibition of constitutional _muscle_ .’
1.Coerce by violence or by economic or political pressure.
‘he was eventually _muscled_ out of the market’
‘The government also seem to have _muscled_ out the UN in the reconstruction programme.’
2.Move (an object) in a particular direction by using one’s physical strength.
‘they were _muscling_ baggage into the hold of the plane’
‘He was a young kid, and now they were going to _muscle_ him out of there.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。