How do the skeletal and muscular interact to move?
the muscles are attached to the bones by tendons, and so when a muscle contracts, it pulls on the tendon, and therefore moves the bone
Polio affects both the skeletal and muscular system. When the polio virus enters the body it immediately attacks the nervous system, followed by the muscular system. The muscular system is what gives the skeletal system the ability to move. Thus, when the muscular system gets infected the skeletal system no longer has the power to move the body to where it wants to go. This is known as paralysis.
A tigers body, like all mammals, has a skeletal and muscular system. The skeletal system consists of many different kinds of bones that protects internal organs and supports muscles, tendons and many other types of tissues. The muscular system consists of muscular tissue that is attached to the bones. Tigers are able to move by contracting their muscles, which in turn move their bones and their skeleton.
tendons are part of muscular system and the skeletal system because in the skeletal system, it supports your body and work with your muscles to allow you to move and its also part of the muscular system becausea tendon is a tissue and its attached to the muscle and the muscle is attached to the bone