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Tendons are composed of collagen fibers arranged in a parallel fashion, forming structures which connect muscle to bone. Muscles always have tendons interposed between them and the bone; muscle fibers never directly attach to bone.


Rahlman, J. & J.L. Smith. 1981. UCLA Kinesiology 14 Human Neuromuscular Anatomy. Academic Publishing Service. L A. 490 pp.