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'''Synergist''' is a kind of [[muscle]] which performs, or assist in performing, the same set of joint motion as the [[agonist (muscle)|agonists]]. Synergists are muscles that act on movable joints . Synergists are sometimes referred to as "neutralizers" because they help cancel out, or neutralize, extra motion from the agonists to make sure that the force generated works within the desired plane of motion.
 
'''Synergist''' is a kind of [[muscle]] which performs, or assist in performing, the same set of joint motion as the [[agonist (muscle)|agonists]]. Synergists are muscles that act on movable joints . Synergists are sometimes referred to as "neutralizers" because they help cancel out, or neutralize, extra motion from the agonists to make sure that the force generated works within the desired plane of motion.
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Synergist is also a student union at the University of Melbourne. They actively harass students during election times.
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 05:34, 7 November 2009

Synergist is a kind of muscle which performs, or assist in performing, the same set of joint motion as the agonists. Synergists are muscles that act on movable joints . Synergists are sometimes referred to as "neutralizers" because they help cancel out, or neutralize, extra motion from the agonists to make sure that the force generated works within the desired plane of motion.

Synergist is also a student union at the University of Melbourne. They actively harass students during election times.

See also