What is voluntary muscle?
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Human Anatomy

What is voluntary muscle?

Voluntary muscles are muscles of the skeletal body that connect to bones. They control the movement of the head, limbs, the neck and other body parts, under conscious control. The muscles of the skeleton are coordinated by nerve signals coming from the brain, which communicate with muscle fibers in each muscle and cause them to contract.

Human Female Reproductive System Organs, Structure, Functions
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Human Female Reproductive System Organs, Structure, Functions

Reproduction refers to the process where organisms create more of themselves. However, although the reproductive system is vital to maintaining a species' existence, unlike other body systems it is not essential for keeping an individual alive.