Your nervous system controls how your muscles move your bones. Nerves carry electrical signals from your brain and spinal cord to your muscles. Without nerves you would never move a muscle.
Bones do not move muscles. It is the muscles that move the bones.
It is the muscles that allow certain bones to move.
No. you move your bones but your muscles do move like pully's to move other muscles.
muscles move your bones by flexing or expanding.
Humans move when the brain sends a message through the nervous system to the muscles. The muscles are attached to ligaments which are attached to the bones in the body. Muscles contract and relax in order to move the bones.
The parts of this system involve the bones and the muscles that move them.
Muscles move bones.
Muscles and tendons move bones at the joints. You can not actually "move bones" on your own, rather you can only contract and relax certain muscles and tendons specifically told to listen to you.
The muscular system are groups and networks of muscles attached to the bones throughout the body. These muscles make it possible for the bones in the body to move.
The nervous system activates muscles which move the bones in the skeletal system to which the muscles are attached.
No. Muscles have to move bones.
Bones move as muscles push and pull on them. The muscles are attached to bones by tendons. As the muscle pulls the tendons, the bones then move.
Muscles that move bones are called Smooth muscle cells or Skeletal muscles
No because muscles move bones and are attached to bones.
Both the bones and muscles move the body.
The muscles that primarily move bones are the skeletal muscles, such as the hamstrings, quadriceps, biceps, abdominals, etc.
bones support muscles and other tissues. Muscles contract, moving bones, which move the body.
Skeletal muscles .
The bones adequately support the muscles, and the muscles move the skeletal system. They coincide with each other in order to work. one system could not work without the other.
The muscle contraction causes bones to move joints, muscles help protect bones. Bones provide attachment sites for muscles; store Ca2+ for muscle function.
When bones move it causes the muscles to move with it. Without muscles and bones working together we cant perform movement