Striated muscle fibers are made up of the same type of muscle fibers as those found in human muscles, but unlike those found only in the human body, striated fibers are found in all vertebrates.
Striated muscles also contain collagen, which is a type of protein that is found in the connective tissue of muscles.
Striating muscle tissue is known to be more flexible than those found primarily in human bodies.
This suggests that striated cells are a kind of “muscle tissue,” because they have a flexibility similar to those found on human muscles.
It also suggests that the muscle fibers found in striated tissue are a type that is more similar in structure to human muscle fibers than to other types of muscle.
The new findings suggest that this “flexibility” may be more important than previously thought, since it may also be important for regulating the function of muscles and other structures.
Striate muscle tissue also contains collagen, making it a major component of muscle and tendons, and the structure of the muscle itself.
Striata also contain connective tissues, which may be a major contributor to flexibility.
In addition, striata are known to contain a number of proteins, such as proteases, that are thought to regulate muscle function and flexibility.
This may be why striated cell-like structures seem to be able to produce more flexibility than other types.
“The striated structures in the muscle tissue of striata may be different from the rest of the cell in terms of how they control the muscle,” said study author Andrew B. Smith, a researcher at the University of California, Davis, who was not involved in the study.
“They have more proteins and enzymes, and they also have a larger number of different kinds of proteins and connective proteins, and that’s why we think they may be able make more flexibility.
It may be that they’re better at controlling the flexibility of the muscles, because they’re more flexible.
We’re not sure yet, but we think that’s probably what’s going on.”
This study is published in the journal Science.