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Question
Describe the functions of joints and human skeleton ?
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Answer
# 1
The place of attachment between two or more bones is known
as a joint. All the joints of the body are capable of
movement except for the joints of the bones of cranium,
which houses the brain.

There are various kinds of movable
joints depending upon the movements they perform. Thus the
knee joint is like a hinge, which allows the lower keg to
move up or down, but not sideways. Following are different
kinds of joints
1. Hinge-joint
2. Pivot-joint
3. Ball and socket joint
4. Gliding joint

(1)Hinge- joint :-This allows the movement of the part of
body in one direction ?up or sown but not sideways. Example
of this joint are knee-joint, elbow-joint, movement of the
lower jaw.

(2)Pivot joint :-As the name suggests, this kind of joint
permits pivotal movement of the parts of body this joined.
Movement of the skull is an example. A man can turn his head
from one side to the other by rotating the skull, which is
joined to the backbone at its top in such a way that a
pivotal movements is possible

Ball and socket joint :-When a part is capable of making an
all round movement ?up and down and sideways- this is
possible by a joint of this kind. The leg can be moved in
any direction, sideways, up and down

Gliding joint :-An example of this kind of joint is the
movement of the wrist. At the wrist there are a number of
small boned which glide one over the other, when we turn our
palm upwards or downwards.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    142 Yes 34 No
Guest
 
Answer
# 2
1. Function of joint is to move the body parts and
locomotion.
2. Function of human skeleton is give a shape to body ,to
maintain the posture ,to protect internal vital organs
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    93 Yes 24 No
Girish T Nair
 
 
 
Answer
# 3
1)Hinge- joint :-This allows the movement of the part of
body in one direction ?up or sown but not sideways. Example
of this joint are knee-joint, elbow-joint, movement of the
lower jaw.

(2)Pivot joint :-As the name suggests, this kind of joint
permits pivotal movement of the parts of body this joined.
Movement of the skull is an example. A man can turn his head
from one side to the other by rotating the skull, which is
joined to the backbone at its top in such a way that a
pivotal movements is possible

Ball and socket joint :-When a part is capable of making an
all round movement ?up and down and sideways- this is
possible by a joint of this kind. The leg can be moved in
any direction, sideways, up and down

Gliding joint :-An example of this kind of joint is the
movement of the wrist. At the wrist there are a number of
small boned which glide one over the other, when we turn our
palm upwards or downwards.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    83 Yes 29 No
Maria Bernus
 
Answer
# 4
The primary functions of joints are to provide motion and
flexibility to the skeletal frame and to act as shock
absorbers.

From: "Mark" of Asingan Pangasinan.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    28 Yes 16 No
Mark
 
Answer
# 5
The place of attachment between two or more bones is known
as a joint. All the joints of the body are capable of
movement except for the joints of the bones of cranium,
which houses the brain.

There are various kinds of movable
joints depending upon the movements they perform. Thus the
knee joint is like a hinge, which allows the lower keg to
move up or down, but not sideways. Following are different
kinds of joints
1. Hinge-joint
2. Pivot-joint
3. Ball and socket joint
4. Gliding joint

(1)Hinge- joint :-This allows the movement of the part of
body in one direction ?up or sown but not sideways. Example
of this joint are knee-joint, elbow-joint, movement of the
lower jaw.

(2)Pivot joint :-As the name suggests, this kind of joint
permits pivotal movement of the parts of body this joined.
Movement of the skull is an example. A man can turn his head
from one side to the other by rotating the skull, which is
joined to the backbone at its top in such a way that a
pivotal movements is possible

Ball and socket joint :-When a part is capable of making an
all round movement ?up and down and sideways- this is
possible by a joint of this kind. The leg can be moved in
any direction, sideways, up and down

Gliding joint :-An example of this kind of joint is the
movement of the wrist. At the wrist there are a number of
small boned which glide one over the other, when we turn our
palm upwards or downwards.


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Re: Describe the functions of joints and human skeleton ?
Answer
# 2 1)Hinge- joint :-This allows the movement of the part of
body in one direction ?up or sown but not sideways. Example
of this joint are knee-joint, elbow-joint, movement of the
lower jaw.

(2)Pivot joint :-As the name suggests, this kind of joint
permits pivotal movement of the parts of body this joined.
Movement of the skull is an example. A man can turn his head
from one side to the other by rotating the skull, which is
joined to the backbone at its top in such a way that a
pivotal movements is possible

Ball and socket joint :-When a part is capable of making an
all round movement ?up and down and sideways- this is
possible by a joint of this kind. The leg can be moved in
any direction, sideways, up and down

Gliding joint :-An example of this kind of joint is the
movement of the wrist. At the wrist there are a number of
small boned which glide one over the other, when we turn our
palm upwards or downwards.
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Re: Describe the functions of joints and human skeleton ?
Answer
# 3 1. Function of joint is to move the body parts and
locomotion.
2. Function of human skeleton is give a shape to body ,to
maintain the posture ,to protect internal vital organs
Is This Answer Correct ? 83 Yes 21 No
3
Girish T Nair

Re: Describe the functions of joints and human skeleton ?
Answer
# 4 The place of attchment between two or more bones.
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Fina

Re: Describe the functions of joints and human skeleton ?
Answer
# 5 all of this joints is found in the PENIS
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Juil

Re: Describe the functions of joints and human skeleton ?
Answer
# 6 No Silly Juil.
All the Joints are found in the V-A-G-I-N-A(:
3
Caaasie I Swear Isnt My Name

Re: Describe the functions of joints and human skeleton ?
Answer
# 7 The primary functions of joints are to provide motion and
flexibility to the skeletal frame and to act as shock
absorbers.

From: "Mark" of Asingan Pangasinan.
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Mark

Re: Describe the functions of joints and human skeleton ?
Answer
# 8 ball and socket is the penis and ball sack
the pivot is the vagina allowing it to flex open when a
penis gos in ex.
8=============D~{}
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Bill

Re: Describe the functions of joints and human skeleton ?
Answer
# 9 I agree with Bill
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Bob
 
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Sahil
 
Answer
# 6
I agree with Bill 
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Bob
 
Answer
# 7
The place of attchment between two or more bones. 
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Fina
 
Answer
# 8
ball and socket is the penis and ball sack
the pivot is the vagina allowing it to flex open when a
penis gos in ex.
8=============D~{}
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    6 Yes 12 No
Bill
 
Answer
# 9
No Silly Juil.
All the Joints are found in the V-A-G-I-N-A(:
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    13 Yes 53 No
Caaasie I Swear Isnt My Name
 
Answer
# 10
all of this joints is found in the PENIS 
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Juil
 

 
 
 
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