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EXSS - Processes that form joints
Condyle
Facet
Head
Crest
Large, round protuberance at the end of a bone (like a ball)
Smooth flat articular surface
Rounded articular projection supported on the neck of a bone.
Prominent ridge or elongated projection
Condyle
Large, round protuberance at the end of a bone (like a ball)
Facet
Smooth flat articular surface
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Processes That Help Form Joints
five
condyle, facet, head, trochlea, ramus
epiphysis
condyle
How many processes are there that help form joints?
What are the five processes that help form joints?
What is another name for condyle?
What is a rounded knuckle shaped projection?
five
How many processes are there that help form joints?
condyle, facet, head, trochlea, ramus
What are the five processes that help form joints?
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A- Articulating Projections/Processes that form joints
lateral tibia condyle... (Processes form…
medial tibia condyle... (Processes form j…
medial femoral condyle... (Processes form…
lateral femoral condyle... (Processes for…
knuckle like (tibia)
knuckle like (tibia)
knuckle like (femoral)
knuckle like (femoral)
lateral tibia condyle... (Processes form…
knuckle like (tibia)
medial tibia condyle... (Processes form j…
knuckle like (tibia)
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Bone Surface Markings, Processes that Form Joints, & Processes that form Attachment Points for Connective Tissue
Fissure
Foramen
Fossa
Sulcus
Narrow slit between adjacent parts of bones through which blo…
Opening through which blood vessels, nerves, or ligaments pass.
Shallow depression.
Furrow along bone surface that accommodates blood vessel, ner…
Fissure
Narrow slit between adjacent parts of bones through which blo…
Foramen
Opening through which blood vessels, nerves, or ligaments pass.
Landforms and the Processes that Form Them
natural processes
plate tectonics
volcanic eruptions
earthquakes
the processes that shape Earth's surface; the actions or even…
the movement of Earth's plates, which cause landforms to appe…
can flow like a river or explode; create fast and slow change…
quickly change Earth's surface by created faults
natural processes
the processes that shape Earth's surface; the actions or even…
plate tectonics
the movement of Earth's plates, which cause landforms to appe…
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Landforms and the Processes that Form Them
natural processes
plate tectonics
volcanic eruptions
earthquakes
the processes that shape Earth's surface; the actions or even…
the movement of Earth's plates, which cause landforms to appe…
can flow like a river or explode; create fast and slow change…
quickly change Earth's surface by created faults
natural processes
the processes that shape Earth's surface; the actions or even…
plate tectonics
the movement of Earth's plates, which cause landforms to appe…
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projections that help form joints
head
facet
condyle
ramus
bony expansion carried on a narrow neck
smooth, nearly flat articular surface
rounded articular projection
armlike bar of bone
head
bony expansion carried on a narrow neck
facet
smooth, nearly flat articular surface
5 terms
processes that can form fossils
mineralization
carbonization
molds and casts
trace fossils
rock forming chemicals fill in the empty spaces in a dead org…
dead organism is compressed over time and loses all liquid an…
mold is the compression of an organism in a rock and a cast i…
the preserved evidence of an organism's activity
mineralization
rock forming chemicals fill in the empty spaces in a dead org…
carbonization
dead organism is compressed over time and loses all liquid an…
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Projections or Processes That Fit Into Joints
condyle
example of condyle
eminence
example of eminence
rounded knucklelike projection
Medial Condyle of Femur
projecting, prominent part of bone
Intercondylar Eminence of Tibia
condyle
rounded knucklelike projection
example of condyle
Medial Condyle of Femur
8 terms
bony structures that form articulations (joints)
capitulum
condyle
epicondyle
head
a small head on a bone. "capit" refers to head
a rounded prominence at the end of a bone, from the Greek wor…
a condyle above or on another condyle
a rounded projection beyond the neck of a bone
capitulum
a small head on a bone. "capit" refers to head
condyle
a rounded prominence at the end of a bone, from the Greek wor…
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Bone Markings: Projections that help form joints
tuberosity
crest
trochanter
line
large, rounded projection, may be roughened
narrow ridge of bone, usually prominent
very large, blunt, irregularly shaped process (only examples…
narrow ridge of bone, less prominent than a crest.
tuberosity
large, rounded projection, may be roughened
crest
narrow ridge of bone, usually prominent
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Bone Markings: Projections that form a joint
tuberosity
crests
trochanter
line
rounded projection
narrow, prominent ridge of bone
large, blunt, irregular surface
narrow ridge of bone
tuberosity
rounded projection
crests
narrow, prominent ridge of bone
5 terms
Bone landmarks; Projection or depression that help form joints
Head
Facet
Condyle
Ramus
The larger end of a long bone
A smooth, nearing flat articular surface
A rounded articular projection
A projection part or elongated bar of bone
Head
The larger end of a long bone
Facet
A smooth, nearing flat articular surface
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Bone Markings, projections that help form joints, Depressions and openings
Tuberosity
Crest
Trochanter
Line
Large rounded projection; may be roughened (bone marking)
Narrow ridge of bone; usually prominent (bone marking)
Very large, blunt, irregularly shaped process (the only examp…
Narrow ridge of bone; less prominent than a crest (bone marki…
Tuberosity
Large rounded projection; may be roughened (bone marking)
Crest
Narrow ridge of bone; usually prominent (bone marking)
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GCSE GEOGRAPHY -COASTS- Coastal Formations (and the processes that form them)
Headlands
Bays
Headlands and Bays
Wave cut notch
This is the feature formed when an area of coastline is made…
This is the feature formed when an area of coastline is weake…
These form along coastlines that have alternating resistant (…
This feature forms when the front of a cliff is undercut by t…
Headlands
This is the feature formed when an area of coastline is made…
Bays
This is the feature formed when an area of coastline is weake…
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ES UNIT 5: Processes that form earths surface, The Water Cycle, Weathering, Erosion, And Deposition
weathering
what are the 2 types of weathering
what is physical/Mechanical weathering
what are 4 examples of physical weathe…
the break up of rock due to exposure to the atmosphere
physical(Mechanical) and Chemical
breaking rocks without changing their chemical composition
frost action or ice wedging,plant and animal action,exfoliati…
weathering
the break up of rock due to exposure to the atmosphere
what are the 2 types of weathering
physical(Mechanical) and Chemical
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PLTW 6 step design process (with primary docs that are formed in each)
Define problem
Generate concepts
Develop a solution
Construct and test prototype
Problem valid and justifiable?
Needed technology exists?
Is solution valid?
Is prototype valid? (goes up to number 1)
Define problem
Problem valid and justifiable?
Generate concepts
Needed technology exists?
7 terms
Chemistry: the branch of science that deals with the identification of the substances of which matter is composed; the investigation of their properties and the ways in which they interact, combine, and change; and the use of these processes to form new s
Bromine
Chemistry
Periodic Table
States of Matter
Boron is a chemical element with symbol B and atomic number 5…
the branch of science that deals with the identification of t…
chemistry... a table of the chemical elements arranged in order…
In physics, a state of matter is one of the distinct forms th…
Bromine
Boron is a chemical element with symbol B and atomic number 5…
Chemistry
the branch of science that deals with the identification of t…
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Processes & Joints - Joints packet
What are Joints?
Synarthroses
Amphiarthrosis
Diarthroses
Articulation that connects to at least one other bone
Fixed joints (skull)
slightly moveable joints (vertebrae)
freely moveable joints (hinge joint, ball and socket)
What are Joints?
Articulation that connects to at least one other bone
Synarthroses
Fixed joints (skull)
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Joints
Fibrous Joint
Fibrous Joint
Example of Fibrous Joint
Synovial Joint
fixed or immovable joint
This kind of joint has no joint cavity and no joint segments…
Suture joints of skull, public symphysis
Movable joint between bones
Fibrous Joint
fixed or immovable joint
Fibrous Joint
This kind of joint has no joint cavity and no joint segments…
60 terms
Joints
2 ways to classify joints
Types of joints classified by movement
Synarthroses
Amphiarthroses
Based on joint movement allowed... Based on structure: what hold…
Synarthroses... Amphiarthroses... Diarthroses
Immoveable... Ex: Skull bones
Slight movement... Ex: Pubic symphises
2 ways to classify joints
Based on joint movement allowed... Based on structure: what hold…
Types of joints classified by movement
Synarthroses... Amphiarthroses... Diarthroses
68 terms
Joints
Fibrous Joint
Sutures
Gamphoses
Syndesmoses
Articulating bones are connected by fibrous tissue.
Immovable fibrous joints of the skull.
Teeth in their sockets
Partly moveable joints (eg. tibiofibular joint)
Fibrous Joint
Articulating bones are connected by fibrous tissue.
Sutures
Immovable fibrous joints of the skull.
52 terms
Joints
Sutures
Types of Sutures
Synostosis
Diarthrosis
Found only in the skull, held together by dense fibrous CT, s…
Serrate, Squamous, Plane, Synostosis
Present during growth of skull, Ex: Union between left and ri…
Freely movable, stable, complex, always synovial joint, hip/s…
Sutures
Found only in the skull, held together by dense fibrous CT, s…
Types of Sutures
Serrate, Squamous, Plane, Synostosis
22 terms
Joints
joints
fibrous joint
synarthrodial
syndesmosis joints
union of bones with other bones, or cartilage with other cart…
immobile; synarthrodial (syndesmoses, sulture, gomphoses)
immobile
slightly moveable (amphiarthrosis); bound by fibrous ligament…
joints
union of bones with other bones, or cartilage with other cart…
fibrous joint
immobile; synarthrodial (syndesmoses, sulture, gomphoses)
33 terms
Joints
Immovable Joint
Slightly Movable Joint
Synovial Joint
Synovial Joint
This joint occurs between the bones in the skull
The vertebral joints are this general type of joint
Most of the joints in the body are this type
All joints of this type contain a joint capsule
Immovable Joint
This joint occurs between the bones in the skull
Slightly Movable Joint
The vertebral joints are this general type of joint
61 terms
Joints
joint
range of motion
function and structure
synarthrosis
aka articulation, where two bones interconnect
property that states articulations differ in the amount of mo…
the function of joints is based on these two things
no movement is permitted; strongest joints
joint
aka articulation, where two bones interconnect
range of motion
property that states articulations differ in the amount of mo…
57 terms
Joints of the body
Fibrous Joint
Syndesmosis
Sutures
Serrated suture
Synarthrosis: Joints that have fibrous connective tissue unit…
Fibrous joint with a lot of c.t proper examples being radioul…
Only found in the head little amounts of connective tissue pr…
bones united by interlocking process that looks like teeth of…
Fibrous Joint
Synarthrosis: Joints that have fibrous connective tissue unit…
Syndesmosis
Fibrous joint with a lot of c.t proper examples being radioul…
68 terms
Joints
Fibrous Joint
Sutures
Gamphoses
Syndesmoses
Articulating bones are connected by fibrous tissue.
Immovable fibrous joints of the skull.
Teeth in their sockets
Partly moveable joints (eg. tibiofibular joint)
Fibrous Joint
Articulating bones are connected by fibrous tissue.
Sutures
Immovable fibrous joints of the skull.
60 terms
Joints
articulation
synarthroses
amphiarthroses
diarthroses
a joint; the point where two bones come together
immovable joints
slightly movable joints
freely movable joints
articulation
a joint; the point where two bones come together
synarthroses
immovable joints
33 terms
Joints
Immovable Joint
Slightly Movable Joint
Synovial Joint
Synovial Joint
This joint occurs between the bones in the skull
The vertebral joints are this general type of joint
Most of the joints in the body are this type
All joints of this type contain a joint capsule
Immovable Joint
This joint occurs between the bones in the skull
Slightly Movable Joint
The vertebral joints are this general type of joint
47 terms
Joints
Joints
Joints are also known as ____.
What are two ways to classify joints?
What are the three types of joints bas…
functional junctions between bones
articulations
functionally and structually
Synarthroses, Amphiarthroses, Diarthroses
Joints
functional junctions between bones
Joints are also known as ____.
articulations
68 terms
Joints (Chapter 9)
Joint (articulation)
Anthrology
Kinesiology
4 Major joint categories
Any point where two bones meet, whether or not the bones are…
Science of joint structure, function, and dysfunction
Study of movement
-Bony joints... -Fibrous joints... -Cartilaginous joints... -Synovial…
Joint (articulation)
Any point where two bones meet, whether or not the bones are…
Anthrology
Science of joint structure, function, and dysfunction
15 terms
Joints
synarthroses
diarthroses
amphiarthroses
fibrous joints
immovable joints
freely movable joints
slightly movable joints
consists of inflexible layers of dense connective tissue, hol…
synarthroses
immovable joints
diarthroses
freely movable joints
31 terms
joints
fibrous joint
cartilaginous joint
Synovial joint
mitosis
immovable; bones are firmly united by fibrous tissue ... Example…
Fibrocartilage found between vertebrae, pubic symphysis and m…
Freely movable joints such as shoulder joint and the stifle j…
Process of cell division with PMAT - Prophase Metaphase anaph…
fibrous joint
immovable; bones are firmly united by fibrous tissue ... Example…
cartilaginous joint
Fibrocartilage found between vertebrae, pubic symphysis and m…
10 terms
Joints
skeletal system
fixed joint
pivot joint
partially moveable joint
a system in the human body that supports the body, permits mo…
a joint that provides no movement at all
a joint that allows movement from side to side
a joint that provides a small amount of movement
skeletal system
a system in the human body that supports the body, permits mo…
fixed joint
a joint that provides no movement at all
16 terms
Joints
Fibrous Joint
Fibrous Joint
Example of Fibrous Joint
Synovial Joint
fixed or immovable joint
This kind of joint has no joint cavity and no joint segments…
Suture joints of skull, public symphysis
Movable joint between bones
Fibrous Joint
fixed or immovable joint
Fibrous Joint
This kind of joint has no joint cavity and no joint segments…
16 terms
Joints
Joints
Synarthroses
Amphiarthroses
Diarthroses
Structure formed when bones join together (also called articu…
Kind of joint that allows no movement (sutures between crania…
Kind of joint that allows slight movement (pubic symphysis)
Kind of joint that allows free movement (most joints in our b…
Joints
Structure formed when bones join together (also called articu…
Synarthroses
Kind of joint that allows no movement (sutures between crania…
16 terms
Joints
Joints
Synarthroses
Amphiarthroses
Diarthroses
Structure formed when bones join together (also called articu…
Kind of joint that allows no movement (sutures between crania…
Kind of joint that allows slight movement (pubic symphysis)
Kind of joint that allows free movement (most joints in our b…
Joints
Structure formed when bones join together (also called articu…
Synarthroses
Kind of joint that allows no movement (sutures between crania…
14 terms
Joints
cartilaginous joints
fibrous joints
synovial joints
Types of synovial joints
Have no joint cavity, Bones held together by cartilage. Examp…
An articulation in which the bones are joined together by den…
are joints in which the articulating bone ends are separated…
plane joint, hinge joint, pivot joint, condylar joint, saddle…
cartilaginous joints
Have no joint cavity, Bones held together by cartilage. Examp…
fibrous joints
An articulation in which the bones are joined together by den…
13 terms
Joints
Joint
Cartilage
Synovial Fluid
Ligaments
A point of contact between two or more bones between cartilag…
Substance which overs the bone at joints to reduce friction a…
Liquid produced by the synovial membrane, lubricates and redu…
Connects bone to bone.
Joint
A point of contact between two or more bones between cartilag…
Cartilage
Substance which overs the bone at joints to reduce friction a…
35 terms
A&P Unit 5 Set #6 - Joints
Joints
Synarthroses
Amphiarthroses
Diarthroses
Sites where two or more bones meet; hold bones together and g…
Joints that are immoveable (e.g., most fibrous joints); locat…
Joints that are slightly moveable (e.g., most cartilaginous j…
Joints that are freely moveable (e.g., synovial joints); pred…
Joints
Sites where two or more bones meet; hold bones together and g…
Synarthroses
Joints that are immoveable (e.g., most fibrous joints); locat…
182 terms
Types of joints
Two Classifications of Joints
Basis of Structural Joints
Basis of Functional Joints
Fibrous Joints
Structural and Functional
Based on major connective tissue type that binds bones.
Based on degree of motion; (nonmovable), (slightly movable),…
United by fibrous connective tissue, Have no joint cavity, Li…
Two Classifications of Joints
Structural and Functional
Basis of Structural Joints
Based on major connective tissue type that binds bones.
26 terms
Joints and Movements
sternoclavicular joint
synovial joint
flexion
dorsiflexion
The only articulation between the axial skeleton and the uppe…
Joints that are held together by a joint capsule and ligament…
A bending movement around a joint in a limb (as the knee or e…
bending of the foot or the toes upward
sternoclavicular joint
The only articulation between the axial skeleton and the uppe…
synovial joint
Joints that are held together by a joint capsule and ligament…
33 terms
CH 5: Joints
joints
functional
structurally
synarthroses
hold the bones together and gives the skeleton mobility
synarthroses, amphiarthroses, diarthroses
fibrous, cartilaginous, synovial
immovable joints
joints
hold the bones together and gives the skeleton mobility
functional
synarthroses, amphiarthroses, diarthroses
15 terms
HoffmannOZ-Woods-Wood Joints
Joinery
Butt Joint
Biscuit Joint
Dowel Pin
The process of connecting/joining 2 pieces of wood together t…
A simple, easy, and often weak joining technique created by g…
A butt joint that is reinforced/strengthened with football-sh…
Pegs of wood that fit into holes which are drilled and aligne…
Joinery
The process of connecting/joining 2 pieces of wood together t…
Butt Joint
A simple, easy, and often weak joining technique created by g…
77 terms
A&P - Joints
Arthrology
Joints link the bones of the skeletal…
Joint (articulation)
arthrology
study of joints
Joint anatomy and movements will provide a foundation for the…
any point where two bones meet, whether or not the bones are…
science of joint structure, function and dysfunction
Arthrology
study of joints
Joints link the bones of the skeletal…
Joint anatomy and movements will provide a foundation for the…
10 terms
Disorders & Conditions that affect the Joints of the Body
Osteoarthritis
Gouty Arthritis (Gout)
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Lyme Disease
Degenerative condition of the joints where the articular cart…
The production of sodium urate crystals that are deposited in…
An autoimmune disorder where an individual's antibodies attac…
A condition caused by a bacterium carried by deer ticks; it i…
Osteoarthritis
Degenerative condition of the joints where the articular cart…
Gouty Arthritis (Gout)
The production of sodium urate crystals that are deposited in…
14 terms
Joints
cartilaginous joints
fibrous joints
synovial joints
Types of synovial joints
Have no joint cavity, Bones held together by cartilage. Examp…
An articulation in which the bones are joined together by den…
are joints in which the articulating bone ends are separated…
plane joint, hinge joint, pivot joint, condylar joint, saddle…
cartilaginous joints
Have no joint cavity, Bones held together by cartilage. Examp…
fibrous joints
An articulation in which the bones are joined together by den…
111 terms
Chapter 7 Muscles and Joints
striated
smooth muscle
cardiac muscle
muscle fibers
having a striped appearance
also known as Visceral; found in the walls of hollow organs
specialized type of muscle found in the wall of the heart
individual muscle cells
striated
having a striped appearance
smooth muscle
also known as Visceral; found in the walls of hollow organs
54 terms
chapter 8 joints marieb
bursae
tendon shealth
bursae and tendon shealths
bursae
fibrous sacs lined with synovial membrane and containing syno…
cylindrical structures that surroind muscle tendons-similiar…
both allow adjacent structures to move over them
bursae
fibrous sacs lined with synovial membrane and containing syno…
tendon shealth
cylindrical structures that surroind muscle tendons-similiar…
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