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The cytoplasm of a muscle fibre. Sarcoplasm contains chemicals that are required for muscle contraction, including glycogen, ATP, and phosphocreatine. In addition the sarcoplasm of active muscles tends to be rich in mitochondria.

Subjects: Biological Sciences — Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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