BIO205 exam 2 review guide

BIO205 exam 2 review guide - 1 ,articulation,andarthritis 2...

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Objectives for Articulation   1. Define the terms arthrology, articulation, and arthritis. 2. Give examples of fibrous, cartilaginous (fibro versus hyaline), and synovial joint articulations. 3. Describe the terms synarthrotic, amphiarthrotic, and diarthrotic joints according to structure (state intervening tissue)—and again  according to movement (range of motion). 4. Give specific examples of synarthrotic, amphiarthrotic, and diarthrotic joints (pivot, gliding, etc.).
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5. Describe the motions performed at gliding, condyloid, pivot, hinge, saddle, and ball and socket.     Objectives for the Muscle System   1. List and describe the four characteristics of muscle tissue. 2. Compare and contrast the different types of muscle tissue (microscopic appearance and neural control) and give an example where you would find each type.
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