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The thin myoﬁlaments are composed mostly of the protein actin, which is arranged in two strands intertwined into a helical structure. Within the groove of this helix structure sit two strands of the protein tropomyosin, upon which at regular intervals sits the protein troponin. The troponin complex includes three subunits: (a) troponin I, which binds to actin, (b) troponin C, which binds to calcium ions, and (c) troponin T, which binds to tropomyosin. The thick ﬁlaments are composed mostly of the protein myosin.
As the myosin head is now attached to the actin ﬁlament this rotation causes the ﬁlaments to slide across each other. The ﬁlaments then detach and the myosin head returns to its original position. Once contraction is ﬁnished Ca2+ is returned to the sarcoplasmic reticulum via a Ca2+ pump, and the myosin binding site on the actin ﬁlament is hidden once more. This process is reviewed in Fig. 5. Proprioception Neural control of skeletal contraction and thus movement of the body and limbs is dependent upon the CNS receiving feedback about where the individual body parts are in relation to each other.
This cycle is powered by ATP and dependent upon the release of calcium ions (Ca2+) from the sarcoplasmic reticulum. C2 – Motor-neural control of contraction and relaxation Proprioception Related topics 39 Neural control of skeletal contraction and thus movement of the body and limbs is dependent upon the CNS receiving feedback about where the individual body parts are in relation to each other. This feedback to the CNS is provided from receptors in the periphery termed proprioceptors. Energy sources and exercise (B1) Adaptations to training (C5) Cardiovascular function and control (E2) Neural system (F1) The nervous system The nervous system is the body’s chief homeostatic operator.