The occipitalis muscle pulls the scalp back, and to some extent can wiggle the ears. It creates a look of startle or surprise on the face. It can be involved in headaches by staying tense for too long.
The primary action is to anchor and retract the galea aponeurotica
Is called the External Occipital Protuberance and its function is simply an attachment for the occipitalis muscle.
Muscle contractions move bones.
they relate because they dont move. ivoluntary muscle means that they dont move. the smooth muscle doesnt move at all only the skeletal muscle does.
To move a voluntary muscle, you just want to do it. When you want to walk, the nervous system sends a signal to the brain and the skeletal muscle to move your legs. So you are making your leg move by voluntary muscle, which is skeletal muscle.
When you want to move a muscle, your brain sends a message out to the muscle you want to move, and the muscle sends a message back to your brain that your moving it and where.
To help you move, skeletal muscle is attached to
muscle move bones by pushing them,not pulling then
your heart is the muscle that you cant move yourself
Frontalis Occipitalis Temporoparietalis Auricularis Anterior Auricularis Superior Auricularis Posterior Occipitalis (Galea Aponeurotica)
You cannot move your arm without using the muscle. Unless you use your other arm to move it. You may not be able to see the muscle move, but it must contract in order for the arm to move.
The bones itself do not move, but it's the muscle that moves it.
The skeletal muscle!!(:
A muscle contraction.
the muscle are to move the bone.
This is called an aponeurosis. These are layers of flat broad tendons. They are found in the abdominal region and the palm of the hand and the plantar surface of the foot. One runs from the frontalis muscle to the occipitalis on the top of the head.
The position of the frontalis is over the frontal bone or the forehead. This muscle works with the occipitalis which is over the occipital bone in the back of the head. It's action is to elevate the eyebrows.
Someone so lazy that they will not even move a muscle to help out.
Describe origin and insertion of a muscle: Origin doesn't move Insertion does move