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Antagonistic Muscle

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(physiology) a muscle that opposes the action of another; the biceps and triceps are antagonistic muscles.A muscle that acts as the opposing force in contraction or relaxing of a muscle. An example of this is the the contraction of the biceps, where the triceps would be the antagonistic muscles. See [[antagonism.