semitendinosus

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semitendinosus

[‚sem·ē‚ten·də′nō·səs]
(anatomy)
One of the hamstring muscles, arising from the ischium and inserted into the tibia.
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a hamstring injury of the semitendinosus muscle that does not affect
For all fetuses, the semitendinosus muscle (ST) was dissected, weighed and a complete mid belly transverse slice rapidly frozen in liquid nitrogen.
2003), most commonly involving the (long head of) biceps femoris and the semitendinosus muscles (De Smet and Best, 2000; Slavotinek et al.
Effects of characteristics changes of collagen on meat physicochemical properties of beef semitendinosus muscle during ultrasonics processing.
1987) reported that in lambs fed cimaterol the proportion of type I to type II fibers in the longissimus and semitendinosus muscle were unaffected.
Intramuscular fatty acid profile of longissimus dorsi and semitendinosus muscle from Pateri goats fed under traditional feeding system of Sindh, Pakistan.
The influence of high-voltage electrical stimulation and animals' sex on the selected attributes of quality of cooked beef hams produced from semitendinosus muscle.
HP, up to 300 MPa, treatment of beef semitendinosus muscle increased cooking loss by reducing sarcomere length, while at higher pressures (400 and 500 MPa) cooking loss did not increase (Kim et al.
Interrelationships among evaluations of beef longissimus and semitendinosus muscle tenderness by Warner-Brayzler Shear Force, a descriptive-texture profile sensory panel, and a descriptive attribute sensory panel.
2005) reported a study involving the proteomic changes during bovine semitendinosus muscle hypertrophy.