What is the functions of tendons?
Tendons attach muscle to bone.
An organ is fully differentiated structural and functional unit in an animal that is specialized for some particular function. But ligaments are not that since there are other structures that are called by different names. For example, tendons. These tendons have different functions and are made of the same materials.
The function of a tendon is a type of soft tissue that connects muscle tissue to bones just like ligaments that connect two or more bones. The purpose of tendons is to transfer force between muscle and bone.This allows the joint movement that allows for everyday activities like walking or reaching. Tendons can have several shapes ranging from wide and flat, ribbon and fan shaped. Tendons connect muscles to bones.