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What are joints?
The main function of a joint is to create MOVEMENT. Joints makes movement of the bone possible.
Joints are where two or more bones make contact. They allow for articulation. There are 3 classification of functions for joints 1) synarthrosis - provides little mobility 2)… amphiarthrosis - provides a bit more mobility 3) diarthrosis - provides a greater mobility
The articulating bones Tendons, ligaments Cartilage
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An electrical joint is where you have two ( or more) wires that are to be connected using a marr connector (aka a marrette) or possibly a split bolt ( if the joint is made ins…ide the pecker head of a motor)
Joints in the skull are considered sutures in the human adult. When a person is born, the skull is not quite fully formed and there are spots on the baby's head where the …skull will later join together as the baby ages.
Joints are the place where two bones meet. All of your bones, except for one (the hyoid bone in your neck), form a joint with another bone. Joints hold your bones together and… allow your rigid skeleton to move. Hope this helps?! :)
Joints that allow movement in a single plane are called trochlear joints, also known as hinge joints. Examples of such joints are the knee and the humero-ulnar joint of th…e elbow. Technically the knee does rotate slightly in the last few degrees of extension which is called the "screw home mechanism", but is still considered a hinge joint. hinge
Ball an socket, pivot, hinge, and gliding joints.
It is where the support beams connect to the four main legs on the chair. Hope this helps... :)
Joins are where two bones meet and articulate. Ligaments hold these joints together by attaching bone to bone. Cartilage is a smooth, soft tissue that separates the bones in t…he joint so that they do not directly rub on each other as they articulate.
They are called "Sutures" and their joint type is synarthrosis.
Ball and socket