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Skel Sys Joints 2

Skeletal System Joints Activity 2

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Joints are classified by What they are made of and what they do
The skull is a good example of Fibrous joints
Limbs are made up of Arms and legs
Why are joints talked about together in the study of anatomy and physiology? Because form follows function
Synovial joints have how many configurations? Six
A good example of a ball and socket joint is A hip joint
Internal organs are protected by the Thoracic cage
Which part of the muscle connects to the less movable of the two bones? The origin
.When a muscle contracts across a joint to create movement, it brings its insertion toward its origin
A good example of a synovial joint is The knee
Created by: Lhaynes