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Unformatted text preview: o can record intensity, duration and time sequence of muscular activity during movement What information do you need to know in order to deduce the most likely joint action a muscle will cause? Points of attachment of the muscle Line of action of the muscle Relation of the line of action to the joint center o if above - will raise the bone o if below - will lower the bone o if through joint center - will compress the joint (it will not turn) The degrees of freedom and the nature of the joint Which bone(s) is free to move and which is fixed Action of neutralizers Direction of the line of gravity relative to the joint center...
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