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Page 1965). Is it surprising that no special sensitive point could be detected in these slow muscles from which it was possible to induce a highly localized contraction? A correlation between speed and abundance of T -tubules has also been found in comparative studies on fast and slow crustacean muscle fibres (Eastwood et al. 1982), in which T -tubules usually contact only a terminal cistern on one side, thus forming diads rather than triads. For instance, in the fast tail flexor of the crayfish, the transverse system is much more abundant than in the slow leg flexor.
For instance, in the fast tail flexor of the crayfish, the transverse system is much more abundant than in the slow leg flexor. The latter, on the other hand, contains in addition to the T-tubular system, which is located near the borders of the A-band, a different type of tubules near the Zlines, the Z-tubules. These, however, do not seem to be involved in excitation-contraction coupling since, in contrast to stimulation of the A-band borderline region, depolarization of the cell membrane precisely over the Z-disc did not induce a local contraction (Peachey and Huxley 1964).
As pointed out by Peachey (1981), greater speed of muscle contraction usually appears to be correlated with abundance of the junctional T -tubular system. Thus, chicken fast-twitch muscle contains up to eight triads or diads per sarcomere, while chicken slow-twitch muscle 34 contains only one (S. G. Page 1969) and in slow tonic fibres of frogs only every sixth sarcomere is touched by aT-tubule (S. G. Page 1965). Is it surprising that no special sensitive point could be detected in these slow muscles from which it was possible to induce a highly localized contraction?
Calcium in Muscle Activation: A Comparative Approach by Johann Caspar Rüegg M.D., Ph.D. (auth.)