1. what tissue of the chicken wing is commonly referred to as meat?

1. what tissue of the chicken wing is commonly referred to as meat? 2. explain the riles of muscles, tendons, bones, ligaments, cartilage, and joints in the back-and-forth movement of the lower chicken wing.

Answers

1. The correct answer is muscle.  

A soft tissue, which composes muscles in the body of animals, and generates the muscles tendency to contract is known as a muscle tissue.  

2. The bones provide the frame to a body, it moves to produce the actual movement of the body. The joints permit bones to move, the muscles contract to pull on the tendons that pull bones closer together. These tendons connect muscles to bones and permit muscles to move bones.  

1. In the configuration of the chicken wing, a connective tissue acts as an anchor. The connective tissue connects the muscle to the bone. This tissue is called the tendon.

2. The rile between muscles, tendons, bones, ligaments, cartilages and joints is that they all act simultaneously to make movement possible for a certain body. It may also be that they are not quite very distinguishable between each other, making one think that one is the other. 

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