Kristine Bonnevies hus (map)
Microscopy images showing cross sections of muscle fibers with (right) and whiteout (lest) anabolic steroids.
Quantifications of cross sectional area. Muscles treated with steroids 13 weeks earlier (red) grew significantly faster that sham-treated animals (blue) when subjected to overload of the muscle.
Muscle fibers are long and cylindrical and the nuclei are situated on the surface of the fiber.
Photo of muscle fibres (blue) with cell nuclei (green).
Big muscle cells (below) contain more nuclei than do small muscle cells (above).