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The voluntary bone.

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The end of the muscle attached to the moving bone?

Tendon


What muscle attached to a non moving bone?

Origin


What part of a muscle is usually attached to a fixed location?

A muscle insertion is the end of a muscle attached to the free-moving bone of its joint. A muscle origin is the end of the muscle attached to the relatively fixed bone of the joint.


What is muscle insertion?

Muscle insertion is whan an end of a muscle is attached to the moving bone of its joints.


The non-moving portion of the muscle attached to bone or other fixed muscle is the?

Skeletal


Is every muscle attached to a bone?

Yes,every muscle is attached to a bone.


What is the relationship between origin insertion and action of the skeletal muscles?

The end of the muscle that is attached to the stationary bone is the point of origin. The muscle end that is attached to the moving bone is the point of insertion, and the action is what the muscle actually does.


Where is muscle attached to bone?

muscle attaches to bone by a tendon. muscle is attached to an immovable bone, this is called orgin, and the other end of the muscle is attached to a movable bone. this is called insertion.


How does a muscle attached to a bone?

Muscle is attached to bones by tendons.


What attached bone to muscle?

Tendons connect the bone to the muscle.


Describe how muscle is attached to a bone?

The tendon between the muscle and the bone connects the muscle to the bone.


How can muscle move the bone?

They are actually attached to the bones. If they become detached you won't be moving that part of your body.

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