Sarcoplasmic hypertrophy occurs within the sarcoplasm of the muscle cell when the volume of sarcoplasmic fluid increases. When this happens, more space is available, and the muscle can increase in size. This form of hypertrophy adds to the muscle volume but does not grow muscle fibers.
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