What is the strongest of the voluntary muscles?
The voluntary muscle that is strongest in realation to is size is the tongue.
Skeletal muscles are voluntary muscles.
Voluntary muscles are under your control. They can contract and relax them as per your will. Striated muscles are voluntary muscles. Smooth muscles and cardiac muscles are involuntary muscles.
Voluntary muscles are muscles that are controlled by the person's will. The difference between the voluntary muscles and involuntary muscles are you don't have to think about involuntary muscles such as your heart. An example of voluntary muscles are your arms, legs, mouth, and fingers.
skeletal muscles are voluntary muscles.
the muscles which are not under our control are called in voluntary muscles
Voluntary muscles help you to perform voluntary movements.
Yes, skeletal muscles are voluntary and striated.
They are indeed called Voluntary
There are some muscles that are voluntary, and some that are involuntary. If you mean like, the muscles in your arms, then those are voluntary.
Voluntary muscles aka skeletal muscles do work by contracting. Most connecting to tendons, then to bone & joints. Voluntary means that you yourself have control over the muscles that you move (legs, arms)
Smooth muscles are involuntary, as are cardiac muscles. Only skeletal muscles are voluntary.
give 2 examples of voluntary muscles?
Skeletal muscles are the only voluntary muscles
another name for voluntary muscles are skeletal or striated muscles.
Yes they are voluntary muscles but eventually in your life you have to use them.
involuntary muscles can't control consciously, but voluntary muscles can.
Smooth and cardiac muscles are involuntary .... Skeletal muscles are voluntary .
Voluntary muscles are what you have control over. Like your skeletal muscle are usually voluntary. Involuntary muscles are what you have no control of. Like your smooth and cardiac muscles you have no control of. The difference between voluntary and involuntary muscles are voluntary muscles you have control of and involuntary you have no control of. Hope this answered your question.
skeletal muscles are voluntary. but cardiac and smooth muscles(some are voluntary) are involuntary
A voluntary muscle is a muscle that work according to a person's will.Striated muscles are the muscles which have striations or the meshwork of fibres.skeletal muscles are both voluntary and striated muscles.
Voluntary muscles are used to move the body and can be controlled. There are two large types of voluntary muscles, slow twitch and fast twitch.
Skeletal muscles are voluntary muscles. By contrast, you cannot voluntarily move your heart muscle.
Voluntary muscles, also called skeletal muscles, are attached to bones by tendons.
voluntary muscles....mostly skeletal mauscles
Precentral gyrus regulates the voluntary muscles.
contract under voluntary control
What nerves supply voluntary sketal muscles
Your hands have voluntary muscles and your heart is an involuntary muscle.
Yes. Voluntary muscle are defined as muscles that you can control. The heart, for instance, is not since it moves on its own. You can control if and how your lip muscles move, thus making them voluntary.
Voluntary muscles are the muscles that you can move by choice. Skeletal muscle is considered voluntary muscle.
The brainstem controls the involuntary muscles and the cerebellum controls the voluntary muscles.
Almost all skeletal muscles are voluntary. But respiratory muscles, diaphragm and intercostal, are not completely voluntary.
Voluntary muscles are skeletal muscles (under somatic control) and involuntary muscles involve the heart, smooth muscles and anything under autonomic control.
Voluntary muscles are muscles that we can control, such as the skeletal muscles. Involuntary muscle is muscle we cannot control, such as the myocardium or heart muscle.
Yes, smooth muscles and cardiac muscles are voluntary muscles. bye P.S. take this from someone who's dads is a doctor.
Muscles vary throughout the body by voluntary and involuntary, voluntary is the muscles you can move and involuntary is the muscles you can't move.
Voluntary muscles are controlled by the central nervous system.
Voluntary muscles are controlled by the somatic nervous system.
No. They do not supply voluntary skeletal muscles.
Voluntary muscles are those muscles that can be moved by the conscious effort and the will of an individual.
Voluntary muscles are the ones you can control with your mind and the involuntary ones you cannot control, they do their jobs automantically.
voluntary muscles can normally be controlled at will