Singular synarthrosis amphiarthrosis diarthrosis is Plural synarthroses

Singular synarthrosis amphiarthrosis diarthrosis is

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Singular: synarthrosis, amphiarthrosis, diarthrosis; -isPlural: synarthroses, amphiarthroses, diarthroses; -sesSynostosis: suture becomes fully ossifiedSyndesmosis: slightly moveable type of fibrous joint due to flexible ligaments. Synchondrosis: two bones joined by hyaline cartilage; no movement; most is temporarySymphysis: fibrocartilage unites 2 bonesjGOOD LUCK EVERYONE!!! STUDY HARD!
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***Need to do ***Comment/Question about something-Pages to read: CH3 , CH6→ 167-190 ; CH7→ 196 ; CH8→ 243-262 (For Fig. 8.8 you just need to knowthe pictures and the column labeled “ Class and example of joint”) -Unbold the answer and change the color to black when done :-)Synarthroses: immovable jointsBe able to associate the structure of each joint classification with the function of each and the type of movement allowed for each. Ch 8I’m assuming this is the stuff he wants us to read in the book? -I believe so --yep it is !Define the term ligament and tendon. How are they similar? How are they different? TendonDense CT linkage between muscle and boneLigament Flexible fibrous connective tissue that connects periosteum of bone to boneor holds together a jointsynarthrotic Similar: Not extensibleIf it tears, it will either need to be replaced or operated onDoes not have a bone blood supplyDifferent Tendons serves to move a bone or structure whereas a ligament is meant to hold the structure stable and keep them together Ligaments can stretch more than tendons before tearingWhat are the different ways synostoses can form?Synostosis: the union or fusion of adjacent bones by the growth of bony substanceBy sutures or from synchondroses (joints containing hyaline cartilage) Example of synchondrosis is the epiphyseal plate that becomes a line over time. From bone fusing together closing of the epiphyseal plate to line (ex: epiphyseal plates) The epiphyseal plate is thought of as an ‘intra-bone’ joint, epiphyseal line formation is a synostoses, BUT the epiphyseal plate is a cartilaginous synchondrosis joint.When sutures in skull fuse and when the epiphyseal line formsCan Synostoses be used in forensic science? If so, how so?Yes; it can help to determine the age of a victimEx. sutures, epiphyseal plate, For the gomphoses, know what I said about the anatomy of a tooth as well as the gomphoses itself.Gomphoses: peg-in-socket fibrous joint between tooth and mandible or maxilla connected to bone by periodontal ligamentsEnamel is mostly pure hydroxyapatite and fluoride can help stabilize the hydroxyapatite.Teeth are harder than bone, but more brittle. Vulnerable to acid Denton- similar to bone but lacks nerves and blood vessels, has odontoblasts (similar to osteoblasts) Pulp - blood vessels and nervesTooth decay: once the tooth erupts, no more cells can put down anymore enamel which leads to bacteria and biofilm accumulating on the teeth which results in a cavity.
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