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Q: How many joints can a triarticulate muscle move?
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What kinds of muscle move bones in different direction?

joints


What bones are conected to each other in your tendon muscle?

There is no such thing as the tendon muscle. Muscles contract to move joints tendons connect bone to help form joints.


What are aphiarthrotic joints?

when your muscle dont work as well and you cant move as fast


What is the medical term meaning ability to move joints or muscle groups through an entire range of motion?

The medical term for the ability to move joints or muscle groups through their full range of motion is "flexibility." This refers to the ability of a joint or muscle to move freely without any restrictions.


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Since the mitochondria produces energy and the muscle cells are part of the mitochondria, they use the energy so they can move the joints.


Why can't you live with out the skeletal muscle?

You cant live without the skeletal muscle because the skeletal muscle helps with your joints not to move in an uncomfortable position and the skeletal muscle it was keep the bones from breaking to easily.


Which joint in the body allow movement to be produced by the skeletal muscle?

all four of the joints are moved by skeletal muscles without skeletal muscles joints wouldn't move


Connects muscle to bone?

no ligaments join bone to bone , also tendons join muscle to bone.


What causes a joint to move?

Joints don't have the ability to move. Joints are where two or more bones meet. One end of muscle attaches to the bone and the other end of the muscle stretches cross the joint and attaches to the bone on the other side of the joint. Muscles work in pairs, so that when one muscle contracts (the only movement that muscle can make), the other of the pair relaxes which causes movement at the joint when the bone is pulled by the muscle.


What are joints that move in many directions?

Ball and socket


What makes the bones move?

joints, ligaments, cartilage


What provides power to move joints and bones?

Muscles. Glucose is burned to provide the fuel for muscle cells to perform their work.