How do muscle cells move?

The muscle cells move by contraction and relaxation by utilizing the energy in the form of ATP. Muscle contraction is initiated by the signal sent by the CNS to the muscle fibres. During contraction, the muscles fibres shorten, the muscle pulls on the ligaments that connect the bones and the movable body parts. During relaxation the muscle fibres come to their original position. This movement of muscles cells or the muscle fibres results in the movement of the body parts.  

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Muscles move by contraction. When the cells shorten, the muscle pulls on the ligaments that connect the bones and the movable body parts. Depending on how a skeletal muscle acts, it may be classified as a flexor (decreases angle to joint) or an extensor (increases angle, straightening the joint).

 

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Muscles move by contraction. When the cells shorten, the muscle pulls on the ligaments that connect the bones and the movable body parts. Depending on how a skeletal muscle acts, it may be classified as a flexor (decreases angle to joint) or an extensor (increases angle, straightening the joint)
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when muscles contract and expands due to some secretion by hypothalamous then the movement of our muscles takae place.

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it is a involuntry function

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