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Hinge, Pivot (gliding), ball and socket, and immoveable (sutures) are all types of...
Joints
Excessive demineralization of bone and associated with aging
Osteoporeosis
Open spine congential
Spina bifida
Joint inflammation
Arthritis
Refers to more than 100 different diseases
Arthritis
The break down of cartilage and bone
Osteoarthritis
Immune system affecting joint lining
Rheumatoid arthritis
Build up of uric acid around joints
Gout
What type of muscle...
1. Walls of internal organs
2. Involuntary
Smooth Muscle
What type of muscle...
1. Attached to bones
2. Voluntary
Skeletal Muscle
What type of muscle...
1. Heart
2. Involuntary
Cardiac Muscle
Movement, Heat production, Maintain posture, and Support refer to the functions of...
the Muscular System
What type of filament is Actin?
Thin
What type of filament is Myosin?
Thick
These are attached to two bands ( the defining ends of each sacromere)
Actin
This overlaps the actin filaments but are not attached to two bands
Myosin
No movement takes place; what occurs when trying to move an immovable object
Isometric
Movement takes place; what occurs when you move an object
Isotonic
movement that decreases muscle length; occurs when lifting weight up
Concentric
Movement that increases muscle length; occurs when pushing weight down
Eccentric