(1997) analyzed four distinct regions of fat deposition, perivisceral, subcutaneous ventral, dorsal subcutaneous and red muscle
of different strains of rainbow trout.
Two types of skeletal striated muscles were used; a muscle commonly called red muscle
(1981) suggested that the inner and outer layers are analogous to aerobic red muscle
in fish and are used for slow, steady swimming and rhythmic, respiratory contractions, while the central layer is analogous to anaerobic white muscle and is used during burst swimming, escape, and capture events.
Slow twitchers prefer less aggressive movements like marching, which utilizes red muscle
These novel genes are associated with the pathway of muscle fiber formation (red muscle
) and oxidative metabolism of muscle.
Unpaired t-Test compared differences in myoD and myogenin mRNA levels between the calibrator sample (red muscle
) and the white muscle samples.
Duck breast meat is regarded as red meat, owing to its higher concentration of red muscle
First, pink muscle has faster kinetics than red muscle
. In isometric contractions, the rates of activation and relaxation of pink muscle are about twice those of red muscle
His experiments show that most of the locomotive power for steady swimming comes from the fish's driveshaft - the area of the red muscle
nearest the tail.
Daun and Akesson (2004) noted that duck meat is categorized as oxidative muscle (red muscle
) which has more mitochondria and myoglobin than white muscle.
To better understand how mechanical power output is influenced by a muscle's ability to relax, we altered the relaxation rate of isolated red muscle
bundles from the scup by using cyclopiazonic acid (CPA) to inhibit their SR [Ca.sup.2+] pumps.
Thigh muscle, which is a red muscle
, predominantly consists of type I muscle fibers with relatively large quantities of mitochondria and myoglobin, while breast muscle, which is white muscle, has a high ratio of type IIB muscle fibers and comparatively smaller quantities of mitochondria and myoglobin (Jayasena et al., 2015).