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The features of cardiac muscles are _________.

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Spindle-shaped, uninucleate and involuntary
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Unbranched, multinucleate and voluntary
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Branched, uninucleate and involuntary
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Cylindrical, multinucleate and voluntary
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Solution

The correct option is C Branched, uninucleate and involuntary
Cardiac muscle cells are branched, uninucleate and involuntary in nature. These muscles are found exclusively in the heart. It is composed of branched muscle fibres that join end to end to form a network.

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