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Unformatted text preview: fibrous, cartilaginous, and synovial joints. The functional classification focuses on the amount of movement allowed at the joint. On this basis, there are synarthroses, or immovable joints; amphiarthroses, or slightly movable joints; and diarthroses, or freely movable joints. Materials Bones Methods The teaching assistant provided the unassigned pieces of bones to us. As a group we figured out the correct arrangement of the bones and showed it to the teaching assistant. He approved or rejected our specimen. Results Attached at the end. Discussion We were able to understand the overview of a fetal skull, various articulations, and body movements. We got into detail with a box full of unattached or unassigned bones. Assigning the bones their correct place was very helpful as it gave us hand in experience with the bones....
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