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What is the epiphyseal plate?
A thin plate of cartilage found at the end of long bones commonly called the growth plate.

100

What is range of motion?
The area through which a joint may normally be freely and painlessly moved.

100

What is vertical?
Movements in the transverse plan occur around this axis.

100

What is center of gravity?
The point at which all of the body's mass and weight is equally balanced or equally distributed in all directions.

100

What is body heat?
Muscles provide posture, support, protection and _________.

200

What is osteoblasts?
Specialized cells that form new bone.

200

What is plantar flexion?
Extension movement of the ankle that results in the foot and/or toes moving away from the body in the sagittal plane.

200

What is eccentric contraction?
These type of of muscle contractions are used to decelerate the movement of the a body segment.

200

What is Wolff's Law?
Bone in a healthy individual will adapt to the loads its is placed under.

200

What is fusiform?
This type of muscle is spindle-shaped with a central belly that tapers to tendons.

300

What is synovial joints?
Diarthrodial joints that are freely movable

300

What is lateral flexion/side bending?
Movement of the head and/or trunk in the frontal plane laterally away from the midline.

300

What is anatagonists?
These muscles have the opposite concentric action from agonists.

300

What is the Law of Inertia?
A body in motion tends to remain in motion at the same speed in a straight line unless acted on by a force; a body at rest tends to remain at rest unless acted on by a force.

300

What is parallel and pennate?
Two type of muscle fiber arrangements.

400

What is ginglymus (hinge) joint?
Knee, ankle, and elbow joints.

400

What is arthrokinematics?
Movement between articular surfaces

400

What is friction?
What is the force that results from the resistance between the surfaces of two objects moving upon one another.

400

What is the Law of Acceleration?
Newtons Law that addresses the rate of change in velocity.

400

What is multipennate?
This type of pennate muscle characteristics include several tendons with fibers running diagonally between them.

500

What is hyaline cartilage?
Protects the ends of the bones from wear and damage

500

What is spin, roll and glide?
Accessory motions, named specifically to describe the actual change in the relationship between the articular surface of one bone relative to another.

500

What is balance?
The ability to control equilibrium, either static or dynamic.

500

What is the Law of Reaction?
Newton's law that involves a ground reaction force.

500

What is extensibility?
The ability of muscle to be passively stretched beyond its normal resting length.

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