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This is the section of your vertebral column with the most individual bones.
What is the thoracic section?

100

The type of joint with fibrous discs between bones.
What are cartilaginous joints?

100

This is the term for muscle attachment point that is generally more proximal by comparison.
What is the origin?

100

This is the another term for muscle cell (in skeletal muscle).
What is muscle fiber?

100

The most commonly occuring joints.
What are synovial joints?

200

The sacrum would be an example of which type of bone?
What is irregular bone?

200

This is the type of joint between the atlas and axis at the top of the cervical vertebrae.
What is pivot joint?

200

This is the characteristic of muscles that allows it to lengthen.
What is extensibility?

200

This is the functional contractile unit of a muscle cell.
What is the sarcomere?

200

A viscous fluid with the consistency and appearance of uncooked egg whites
What is synovial fluid?

300

The fibrous connective tissue covering the surface of bone.
What is periosteum?

300

This is the type of joint that allows for the least amount of movement/motion.
What is a fibrous joint?

300

This is the term for when you lose muscle mass.
What is atrophy?

300

This is the insertion point for the soleus muscle.
What is the Achilles tendon to the calcaneus heel bone?

300

There are 4 bones in this section of the vertebral column.
What is the coccyx?

400

The shaft of a long bone that is made of compact bone.
What is the diaphysis?

400

A smooth white layer that covers the connecting surface of bones.
What is articular (hyaline) cartilage?

400

These two muscle types DO HAVE striations.
What is cardiac and skeletal?

400

This is the casing around each fascicle.
What is the perimysium?

400

This is the only place in the body where you would find a saddle joint.
What is the base of the thumb?

500

This terms refers to a structure being closer to the midline of the body than another structure in the body.
What is medial?

500

Small fluid-filled sacs found in areas of high stress (Found where two structures rub against each other e.g ligament and bone, tendon and bone)
What is bursa/bursae?

500

The ability of the muscle tissue to return to its initial length after being stretched.
What is elasticity?

500

Bundles of contractile fibers within muscle cells are....
What is a myofibril.

500

Name all 3 of the hamstringmuscles.
Biceps femoris Semitendinosus Semimembranosus