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Thanks to SraJMcGin for the links but I really don't understand this and am hoping someone can give me a really simple explanation so I get get my head around the question.....

Describe the cellular specialisation that has occured in muscle cells.

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    Biology is not my field but muscle cells
    are elongated cells specialized for contraction.

    Sra

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