Regulation of Skeletal Muscle Contraction by Regulation of Release of Sequestered Calcium Ion
Any Process That Modulates the Frequency Rate or Extent of Skeletal Muscle Contraction Via the Regulation of the Release of Sequestered Calcium Ion by Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Into Cytosol. the Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Is the Endoplasmic Reticulum of Striated Muscle Specialised For the Sequestration of Calcium Ions That Are Released Upon Receipt of a Signal Relayed by the T Tubules From the Neuromuscular Junction.
The Myofibril Assembly Process That Results in the Organization of Muscle Actomyosin Into Sarcomeres. the Sarcomere Is the Repeating Unit of a Myofibril in a Muscle Cell Composed of an Array of Overlapping Thick and Thin Filaments Between Two Adjacent Z Discs.
The Process of Creating Protein Polymers Compounds Composed of a Large Number of Component Monomers; Polymeric Proteins May Be Made Up of Different or Identical Monomers. Polymerization Occurs by the Addition of Extra Monomers to an Existing Poly or Oligomeric Protein.
The Gel Like Material with Considerable Fine Structure That Lies in the Matrix Space or Lumen of a Mitochondrion. It Contains the Enzymes of the Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle and in Some Organisms the Enzymes Concerned with Fatty Acid Oxidation.
A Fine Reticular Network of Membrane Limited Elements That Pervades the Sarcoplasm of a Muscle Cell; Continuous Over Large Portions of the Cell and with the Nuclear Envelope; That Part of the Endoplasmic Reticulum Specialized For Calcium Release Uptake and Storage.