PE 1

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what are the five functions of the skeleton
1.to give shape and support to the body 2 to allow movement 3 to give protection 4 to produce blood 5 to store minerals
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what is a synovial joint
this is a freely movable joint in which the bones surface is covered by cartilage called articular cartalidge and connected by fiberous connective tissue capsule lined with synovial fluid
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give two examples of a hinge joint
elbow and knee
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give two examples of a ball and socket joint
hip and shoulder
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what is the difference between adduction and abduction and give examples
the movement toward midline of body of the body eg in swimming the recovery of the legs from the breaststroke leg kick
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describe the role of tendons
as well as there attachment role they transmit the power needed to move bones. When a muscle shortenes it pulls on tendons that allows movement
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what is a synovial joint

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this is a freely movable joint in which the bones surface is covered by cartilage called articular cartalidge and connected by fiberous connective tissue capsule lined with synovial fluid

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give two examples of a hinge joint

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give two examples of a ball and socket joint

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what is the difference between adduction and abduction and give examples

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