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What type of muscle tissue allows you to direct your eyeballs?

Skeletal muscle is the type that allows you to direct your eyeballs. Skeletal muscle is the only type that can be consciously controlled.


What type of muscle tissue allows you to move your eyeballs?

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Skeletal muscle is the type of muscle that allows you to move your bones. These are voluntary muscles. Connective tissue is in your body in tendons, which connect muscle to muscle, ligaments, allows muscle to bone, and joints connect bone to bone. Connective tissue is in tendons, which connects skeletal muscle to other skeletal muscle. Hope this helps!


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