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Which muscle in the human body works without support from the skeleton?

Smooth Muscles - Smooth muscles are special muscles that don't connect to bones, but control organs within our body. These muscles work without us having to think about them.

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Correspondingly, which part of human body has no bone?

Initially you will figure out that the tongue, the external ears(pinnae), the tip of the nose and the Penis(in males) do not contain bones. The ear as a whole contains three small bones which is required for it's functioning. The external ear is bendable and is made of cartilage.

Likewise, what would happen to human if there were no skeletal system? Without the bones of your skeleton, you would be a blob of water-filled tissues. The bones create a framework to which your muscles and organs can connect. Your skeleton also plays a role in protection, especially in your head. The bones of your skull protect your all-important brain.

Besides, which type of muscle works automatically?

Smooth muscle and cardiac muscle are involuntary—they work automatically, without our conscious control. Smooth muscle is found in the walls of the intestines, stomach, esophagus, and other organs. It contracts slowly and rhythmically to push food through the digestive system.

How does the skeleton provide support?

Movement – the skeleton allows movement of the body as a whole and its individual parts. The bones act as levers and also form joints that allow muscles to pull on them and produce movement. Support and protection – the bones of the skeleton provide support for the body and also protect the organs found within it.

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