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Smooth muscles

These muscles are beyond our control. That means these muscles are controlled by autonomic nervous system. They are non-voluntary muscles. They are found in thinner walls of the hollow internal organs of the human body, like the alimentary canal, reproductive tract, blood vessels etc. They help in movement of materials through the tubular organs.

 

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