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Cardiac muscle may be described as a contractile tissue. What does this mean?

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Contractile tissue is nothing more than the tissue used in muscles. It is consequently called because the tissue is able to contract, either on demand or involuntary. It has a number of unique properties in order to make it contract and exert force.

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