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opposing pairs of muscles involved in movement are called?
The muscles are typically arranged in antagonistic (opposing) pairs, one of which moves a body part in one direction and the other moves that part in another direction. The opposing pairs are called antagonistic pairs.
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I have been searching and was unable to really come up with an answer that could stand on its own due to the vagueness of the users question regarding "change in a body" (i.e., human body, nucleus body, etc) However I did not see how a negative feedback system supported the users question at all. The closest I came was something to do with Newton's third law, but even in that realm the possibilities were too broad. Leading me to my reason for flagging this conversation. I am sure there will be opposing opinions and I would like for all to give me their feedback on this. I will graciously unflag and apologize if we can all agree on it. Thanks !!
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