4 what allows synovial joints to be diarthrotic

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4.What allows synovial joints to be diarthrotic?
5.For the following, match the correct synovial joint to the movement it produces.JointMovementa.b.c.d.e.f.Pivot Joint2Gliding Joint1Ball and Socket Joint4Condyloid Joint5Saddle Joint6Hinge Joint31.Uniaxial movement, typically flexion or extension2.Uniaxial rotation3.Side-to-side and back-and-forth movement4.Multiaxial movement5.Concave and convex surfaces of both bones allow for biaxial movement6.Ellipsoidal fit allows for biaxial movement6.Fill in the chart below:JointArticulating BonesType of Synovial JointMovementElbowHumerus, ulnaHinge jointFlexion, extensionKneeFemur, tibia, patellaHinge jointFlexion, extensionHipPelvis, femurBall and socket jointFlexion, extension,abduction, adductionAnkleTarsus, tibia, fibulaHinge jointDorsiflexion, plantarflexionWristCarpals, radius, ulnaCondyloid jointAbduction, adduction
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Term
Fall
Professor
Kudra
Tags
hinge joint, Synovial joint, Fibrous Connective Tissue

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