Skeletal and muscular systems key terms

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N L F A J U C I P S K R J T O S N Q B Q T
D W I R R B B S B I W A H P W J D M B U G
F W Q T H J O O B M G J L U G Y H W G P B
D D G I L M J T I U R K J J C T R Q C T H
F W L C T P L O E V O K S S E I G D O C Q
V V P U K Q D N O R W J G D G V H L R E S
N I R L Q E V I S I T S O N F A G Y E W F
O H B A U X Y C K E H I S Y F C D P S C O
T S K R S A T C E U P S T E U T H G T G U
E X E C D B U O L M L O E O C N D P A T D
L T C A W S N N E O A R O Y R I O N B J K
E A J R L O L T T L T O A M O O Q W I H S
K X S T J W D R A Q E P R D T J E J L S K
S I N I G O Q A L F W O T B A T C J I L R
L V W L Y X E C M A T E H N T Q S J T P M
A D N A T X O T U Q Y T R L O N Q J Y S W
I V Y G R U L I S B G S I D R K N K I B R
X I O E M G J O C T Y O T Y V C V F H P H
A D V Q R N F N L S N E I U V G V V E J V
V C Q D Y L K F E U N I S U C D T K U P B
B Q R Q T C W X K U I L K G Q E X C B Q I

Clues

  • A degenerative joint disease caused by a loss of articular cartilage in a joint. (14)
  • A space within a synovial joint that contains synovial fluid. (5, 6)
  • A thin layer of glassy smooth cartilage that is spongy and covers the end of bones at a joint. (9, 9)
  • Ability of your trunk to support the forces of your arms and legs during physical activity. (4, 9)
  • Tension is produced in the muscle while there is a change in muscle length. It is a dynamic contraction because the joint will move. (8, 11)
  • The area of growing tissue near the end of long bones in children and adolescents. Later replaced by solid bone. (6, 5)
  • The muscles that work to stabilise the shoulder joint. (7, 4)
  • This attaches to and moves the skeleton. (8, 6)
  • This forms the long axis of the body and includes the bones of the skill, spine and rib cage. (5, 8)
  • Weakening of bones caused by a reduction in bone density making the prone to fracture. (12)

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