yes. Two examples are your eyelids, and the diaphragm they are both voluntary and involuntary muscles.
Both cardiac and smooth muscles are involuntary. The only voluntary muscle type is skeletal muscle.
voluntary muscles are muscles that work when you make them. involuntary are muscles that just go when you don't think about.
I believe they are both.
involuntary muscles can't control consciously, but voluntary muscles can.
Smooth and cardiac muscles are involuntary .... Skeletal muscles are voluntary .
skeletal muscles are voluntary. but cardiac and smooth muscles(some are voluntary) are involuntary
Smooth muscles are involuntary, as are cardiac muscles. Only skeletal muscles are voluntary.
They are involuntary muscles.
A voluntary muscle is one you must consciously choose to move, such as when pointing your finger or picking up a glass. An involuntary muscle is one that moves without you choosing to move it, such as heart muscle, and muscles involved in reflexes such as eye blinking.The difference between voluntary and involuntary muscles is (involuntary muscle)when you move without you choosing to move it and (voluntary muscle) that is when you can choose a muscle to move with.Voluntary muscles are consciously moved. Involuntary muscles are not consciously moved, smooth muscles and cardiac muscles are examples of involuntary muscles. When a muscle is both voluntary and involuntary it is considered voluntary.
skeletal muscles are voluntary muscles.
Heart muscles are involuntary.
Voluntary muscles are muscles that are controlled by the person's will. The difference between the voluntary muscles and involuntary muscles are you don't have to think about involuntary muscles such as your heart. An example of voluntary muscles are your arms, legs, mouth, and fingers.
The brainstem controls the involuntary muscles and the cerebellum controls the voluntary muscles.
That's a tricky question. The answer is both. Think about how you define voluntary and involuntary muscles. Voluntary muscles are muscles that you can intentionally control. While involuntary muscles are muscles that act on their own accord. Anyone can blink if they choose to, making it a voluntary muscle, but if you try to avoid blinking, it'll happen anyway. Making it an involuntary muscle as well. This is one of the few muscles that are in the middle of these two classes.
Voluntary muscles are what you have control over. Like your skeletal muscle are usually voluntary. Involuntary muscles are what you have no control of. Like your smooth and cardiac muscles you have no control of. The difference between voluntary and involuntary muscles are voluntary muscles you have control of and involuntary you have no control of. Hope this answered your question.