Hey Bryan.... How Do...

Discussion in 'General Training' started by NWlifter, Apr 21, 2018.

  1. NWlifter

    NWlifter Active Member

    myosin heads move?
    we know sarcomeres 'contract' by myosin heads attaching, pulling, re-grabbing, but 'how' do 'they' move? What causes them to attach and have force? Is it like magnetic?
     
  2. NWlifter

    NWlifter Active Member

    Ok, should have read before I asked, looks like chemical bonds are via electron sharing between the atoms, so in essence, all chemical/molecular bonds are via magnetism at the base atomic level.
    https://sciencing.com/facts-4909878-definition-molecular-bonds.html

    So chemical alterations to the myosin would cause bonds to form that deform the myosin chain and at the root, it would be magnetic via electrons, etc. Interesting!
     
  3. Bryan Haycock

    Bryan Haycock Administrator Staff Member

    This is a very good video explaining what's happening.

     
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  4. NWlifter

    NWlifter Active Member

    OK yes, I think I was being super technical, in that, all chemical reactions are actually magnetic at the root (due to how electrons fill in 'holes' and share orbits with other atoms to form molecules.
     

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