Joints, Ligaments, Cartilage

Joints – place where two bones meet & movement takes place


Immovable/Fibrous, Slightly movable/Catilaginous, Freely Movable/Synovial

Freely Movable/Synovial Joints:

Gliding, Hinge, Pivot, Condyloid, Ellipsoid Saddle, Ball & Socket

FOR MORE INFO: http://www.kean.edu/~jeadams/docs/Biomechanics/Bio_Power_Points/Bio_Chap_5.pdf

Ligaments –  made of white fibrous tissue; attached to bones across a joint; they unite bones and limit joint movement

Cartilage – supplementary to bone; covers the ends of bone at joints: reduces friction & adds strength and some elasticity

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