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Solutions for Human Anatomy & Physiology | 9th Edition | ISBN: 9780321743268 | Authors: Elaine N. Marieb, Katja N. Hoehn 9780321743268

Solution for problem 3 Chapter 8

Anatomical characteristics shared by all synovial joints include all except (a)

Human Anatomy & Physiology | 9th Edition


Problem 3

Anatomical characteristics shared by all synovial joints include all except (a) articular cartilage, (b) a joint cavity, (c) an articular capsule, (d) presence of fibrocartilage.

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Cardiovascular System Lecture 7 notes  Consists of: o Heart  Consists of 2 types of cardiac cell (muscle and conductive) and fibrous cells o Associated blood vessels  Consist mainly of smooth muscle  Functions: o Transport of gases, nutrients, waste o Regulation of blood pressure  Heart: muscle cells bound to a fibrous tissue o Skeleton of heart: valves and associated structures  Fibrous (form of connective tissue; helps make things stretchy/elastic) skeleton  Functions:  Structural support for the heart  Provides something for muscle

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