The Secular System And Muscles Responsible For The Movement Of The Body

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The muscular system is an organ system which consists of the skeletal, smooth and the cardiac muscle. The muscular system allows movement of the body, maintain body posture, and circulation of blood throughout the body. The muscular system in vertebrates is controlled through the nervous system, but some muscles are involuntary. Both the skeletal system and the muscular system are responsible for the movement of the body.
There are three special types of muscles that are the skeletal, cardiac and the smooth muscles. The main function of the skeletal muscle is to produce voluntary gross and to be able to do fine movements. The skeletal muscles is also able contract as a reflex to stimuli, an example can be when you move your hand away quickly

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