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Examples of antagonistic mucsle in insects,birds,mammals

Examples of antagonistic mucsle in insects,birds,mammals

10 months ago

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Arun
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Two pairs of large muscles move the wings in flight: the pectoralis, which lowers the wing, and the supracoracoideus, which raises it.
10 months ago
Vikas TU
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Dear student 
One muscle of the pair contracts to move the body part, the other muscle in the pair then contracts to return the body part back to the original position. Muscles that work like this are called antagonistic pairs. In an antagonistic muscle pair as one muscle contracts the other muscle relaxes or lengthens.
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