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Q: The end of the muscle that is attached by means of a tendon to the movable bone and opposite to the origin?
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The end of the muscle that is attached by means of a tendon to the movable bone and is opposite to the origin?

Insertion


Is the origin of a muscle attached to movable bone?

no


The muscle attached of the muscle to the bone that is less movable?

The origin.


What is the end of the muscle attached to an immovable bone?

The end of a muscle attached to a less movable bone is called the origin.


What is the movable point to which a muscle may be attached?

The "movable" end of a muscle is called the insertion. The "immobile" end is called the origin. Shortening, or contraction, of a muscle causes the origin and insertion to become closer to one another.


Two ways muscles attach to bone?

I think you may be talking about origin and insertion points which are the two points of attachment for a muscle. The origin is attached to the immovable (or less movable) bone. The insertion is attached to the movable bone. The insertion always moves towards the origin.


Roles of origin and insertion?

The origin of a muscle is where its attachment is less movable, and the insertion is the more movable part.


The movable end of a muscle is its?

The origin is the immovable (or less movable) end of the muscle. The movable end is called the insertion point. During contraction, the insertion always moves towards the origin.


What is the least movable part of the muscle during contraction?

The Origin


Which muscle attachment is usually fixed or immovable?

The origin is the immovable (or slightly movable) attachment of a muscle.


What is the difference between a skeletal muscle's origin and its insertion?

the position at which the end of the muscles is attached by means of a tendon to a movable bone whereas insertion is the attachment of muscles to the movable bone.. also origin is generally closer to the mid line of the body whereas insertion is farther away..


What is the difference between a muscle's origin and it's insertion?

the position at which the end of the muscles is attached by means of a tendon to a movable bone whereas insertion is the attachment of muscles to the movable bone.. also origin is generally closer to the mid line of the body whereas insertion is farther away..

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