Muscles is spelt "muscles" when referring to the muscles of the body. If, however, you are referring to the shellfish, then it is spelt "mussels".
muscles for the muscles in your body. Mussels for the shellfish
muscles as in body muscles? or mussels as in sea mussels like mollusks?
'Muscles' are in your body, and 'mussels' are shellfish.
Muscular is how you spell muscular. The correct spelling of the adjective is muscular (of or having muscles; strong).
That is the correct spelling of the term "biceps" (muscles of the upper arm).
The correct spelling is "physical" (material, done with muscles not thought).
The spelling "muscly" is the rarely-used adjective meaning having muscles.
Orthopaedist (yes, that is how you spell it)Physical therapist.
The Latin name for either of the large muscles of the human posterior is gluteus maximus.
The name for either of the large muscles of the human posterior is gluteus maximus.
The likely word is the plural noun "muscles" (tissues that move within an animal).
The correct spelling of the adjective is musculoskeletal(referring to the bones and muscles that move the body).
Either of the two large muscles of the posterior is the gluteus maximus (buttocks, bottom).
your brain and heart muscles, plus your tounge and face muscles. (your heart is technechly an organ) p.s. I know I spelled a lot of words wrong in this answer (see slashed through words) so don't spell them the way I did
you use your quradcips i dont know how to spell that good i hope i got it right =)
I would spell this "calf" muscle - the plural is calves, but the singular is calf (in fact, calfs is coming into common usage in agriculture.) The large muscles at the top of the calf are the gastrocmenius, the muscles that extend the foot. The soleus are the flat, broader muscles that are underneath the gastrocnemius.
That is the correct spelling of "proprioceptive" (referring to proprioceptors, nerves within muscles and other tissues that sense their motion or position).
The muscle name is more correctly the "biceps" (used as a singular or plural name), one of several upper arm muscles.
The correct spelling is strengthens.Some example sentences are:The new glue strengthens the cracked vase.He strengthens his muscles for the match.
Either of the two large muscles of the human posterior (seat, buttocks, derriere) is a gluteus maximus (plural gluteus maximi).
smooth muscles and cardiac muscles
Voluntary muscles are under your control. They can contract and relax them as per your will. Striated muscles are voluntary muscles. Smooth muscles and cardiac muscles are involuntary muscles.
No, Smooth muscles are involuntary muscles