Sarcotubules



sarcotubules sar·co·tu·bules (sär’kō-tōō’byōōl, -tyōō’-)
pl.n.
Membranous tubules that constitute a continuous system in striated muscle and correspond to the smooth endoplasmic reticulum of other cells.

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