Shortens its length
Recoils to its original resting length.
Stretches beyond its normal length.
Responds to stimulation by the nervous system.
Muscle tissue shortens forcefully but lengthens passively.
Muscle tissue shortens passively but lengthens forcefully.
Muscle tissue can get shorter, but can not get longer.
Muscle tissue can get longer, but can not get shorter.
None of the above statements are true.
It comprises about 20% of the body's weight.
It propels urine through the urinary tract.
Its function is largely under involuntary control.
It is a kind of connective tissue.
It is responsible for locomotion.