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    Dear everyone

    I am wondering if anyone could please tell me the definition of isotropic
    property. I've seen in Neuromechancis of Human Movement (Enoka, 2004) that I
    band is isotropic because it is singly refractive. Then, does it merely
    refer to the appearance of the thin filaments and striated apperance of
    whole muscle? Also and more importantly, is it this striation pattern of
    muscle that led to the development of sliding filament theory? I would
    appreciate so much if you could shed any light on this.

    Best regards

    Dai Nishikawa

    Master of Ergonomics (to be completed in 2005)
    GDip Human Movement Science
    BSc(Hon) Sports Healthcare
    The School of Human Movement Studies
    The University of Queensland
    St Lucia Qld 4072
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