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Fatiguable ("white musculature") or fatigue- 43 resistant ("red musculature"). Thus, when a contraction is performed using a fatigue-resistant muscle at a given percentage of its maximal effort, the effect on HR and BP will be less than the effect of a contraction using a fatiguable muscle at the same percentage MVC and of equal duration. , 1974). influence of induced muscular activity on the respiratory and cardiac functions in dogs and rabbits, Johansson listed the mechanisms that were possibly involved.

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