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Connective tissue sheath called the epimysium.
Explanation: Epimysium is the fibrous tissue envelope that surrounds skeletal muscle. It is a layer of dense irregular connective tissue which protects muscles from friction against other muscles and bones.
Muscle cell also called myocyte, mmusce fiber is enveloped with thin connective tissue layer of collagen and reticular fibers which is called endomysium. Muscle fibers are organized in bundles called fascicles which are covered with the perimysium (middle layer of connective tissue).
Epymysium is irregular connective tissue that covers the whole muscle.
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The specialized muscle cells are skeletal muscle cells belonging to the striated muscle cell category. These are the muscles that are utilized for movement, and are organized into compartments of specific muscle tissues all over the body, including the biceps. Structures known as tendons are responsible for attaching skeletal muscles to bones, generally two to three cm long.
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