Exercise 13 - Articulations

Exercise 13 - Articulations - Richland College Biol. 2401...

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EXERCISE 13 – ARTICULATIONS OBJECTIVES 1. To name and describe the three functional categories of joints. 2. To name and describe the three structural categories of joints, and to compare their structure and mobility. 3. To identify bones which articulate with each other and the specific kind of joint. 4. To identify the types of synovial joints. 5. To demonstrate or identify the various body movements. 6. To describe the structures of a generic synovial joint (knee joint). 7. Know a few examples of each joint type . NOTES: When examining a joint, know the articulating bones , the structural type and subtype of it, the functional type , and the specific movement(s) which it can make. For examples: Joint Articulating Bones Structural Type - Subtype Functional Type Movement Suture between adjacent cranial bones Fibrous joint - Suture Synarthrosis No Intervertebral disc between adjacent vertebral bodies Cartilaginous joint - Symphysis Amphiarthrosis Slight movement Glenohumeral J. (Shoulder J.)
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