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The joints in the the skull are called as____________.
How many types of joints are there? Name them.
The joints which can move are called__________.
Why does the neck move in many directions, whereas the knee doesn’t?
How many types of movable joints in our body?
Name some examples of the movable joints in our body.
Which of the following are examples of the ball and socket joint?
Ball and socket joint is somewhat similar to a___________.
What enables the maximum movement in the ball and socket joint?
How is the movement of the hinge joint?
Hinge joints are in these parts of our bodies.
Where is the pivot joint found in our body?
How is the movement of the pivot joint?
How do the gliding joints help the body?
Gliding joint is presents in our ____________.
How many muscles are spread in our bodies?
What are tendons?
When the muscles contract or relax, they move the_____________.
Our muscular system consists of__________ muscles.
Muscles that are under our control are called____________.
Why are the voluntary muscles also called striped or striated muscles?
Voluntary muscles have stripes on them just like_____________.
Voluntary muscles are present in____________.
We require the help of ______________even for small tasks.
What are involuntary muscles?
Involuntary muscles are also called_______________.
How do the involuntary muscles work?
Some examples of Involuntary muscles_____________.
Our heart is made up of_______________.
Cardiac muscles are ________________.