Ligaments attach bone to bone.
A Ligament or sometimes a Joint or a tendon Attaches a Bone to another Bone. A Tendon attaches a Bone to a Muscle.
No, a tendon attaches a muscle to bone. A ligament attaches a bone to another bone.
Ligament attaches bone to bone tendon attaches muscle to bone
Band of connective tissue that attaches bone to the other bone is called ligament.
A tendon is a structure that attaches muscle to bone.
Sutures The Coronal suture attaches the frontal with the parietal. The Squamous suture attaches the temporal with the parietal. The Lambdoid suture attaches the parietal with the occipital.
connective tissue that attaches a skeletal muscle to a bone is the
A tendon is a fibrous connective tissue which attaches muscle to bone. Tendons may also attach muscles to structures such as the eyeball.
a ligament attaches bone to bone
Tendons... Ligaments attach bone to bone
The hyoid bone is the only bone that is not attached to another bone.
an origin is where the muscle attaches to the bone, it also attaches on another bone, this is called the insertion, the attachment where the bone moves is the insertion, the attachment where the bone does not move is the origin.
*A Ligament *A Joint a tendon
Tendon connects muscle to bone. Ligament connects bone to bone.
A tendon is the continuation of a muscle as it attaches to a bone. It runs from the back of the shoulder blade and attaches to the top of the arm bone.