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Joints and Muscles

A joint between the tooth and its socket a gonphosis
The largest ball-and-socket joint in the body hip
A muscle fascicle is a bundle of muscle fibers
An example of a saddle-shaped condylar joint is the carpometacarpal of digit 2
The area that contains no thin filaments is known as the H zone
A joint capsule has two layers. The function of the capsule's internal layer is to
A tendon sheath is found around the tendon of the long head of the biceps
Of the carios types of skeletal muscle fibers, the type with the most mitochondria is slow oxidative fibers
With intense resistance and aerobic training used together: fast glycolytic fibers can convert to fast oxidative fibers
An example of a pivot joint is the atlantoaxial joint
Of the variuos types of skeletal muscle fibers, the type that produces the most power is fast glycolytic fibers (type IIx)
This arrangement of fascicles tends to provide the greatest rrange of motion (shortening distance) though not the greatest power. parallel
This muscle tends to be triangular in shape. Convergent
This type of tissue includes smooth and cardiac muscle
This is a ligament, as it connects bone to bone, and its external to the joint capsule. articular cartilage
This is the place where synovial fluid can be found. cavities of synovial joints
Which cranial nerve innervates tongue muscles? hypoglossal
A motor unit includes the muscle fibers and the motor neuron
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