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Test: Joints (NCERT) - Question 1

The joint in which one of the two bones is fixed in its place and bears a peg like process over which the other bone rotates is called

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Pivot joint allows only a rotatory movement of one bone on the other, which remains stationary. A rounded end of one bone fits into a shallow pit of another bone. E.g., joint between atlas and axis vertebrae which enables the head to turn from side to side.

Test: Joints (NCERT) - Question 2

Choose the pair of characteristics and example of a synovial joint in humans.

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Synovial joints are characterised by the presence of a fluid filled synovial cavity between the articulating surfaces of the two bones. These joints help in locomotion and many other movements. Ball and socket joint (between humerus and pectoral girdle), hinge joint (knee joint), pivot joint (between atlas and axis), gliding joint (between the carpals) and saddle joint (between carpal and metacarpal of thumb) are some examples.

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Test: Joints (NCERT) - Question 3

Which of the following pairs is correctly matched?

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The gliding joint allows sliding movements of two bones over each other. The joint between zygapophyses of successive vertebrae is of this type.

Test: Joints (NCERT) - Question 4

The joint of radio-ulna with the upper arm is

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The joint of radio-ulna with the upper arm is a hinge joint. This joint allows the movement only in a single plane.

Test: Joints (NCERT) - Question 5

In between fixed joints, where bones are held firmly,

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At fixed joints, the bones are held firmly together and movements are not allowed in between them. At these joints, dense and tough inextensible white fibrous tissue is present.

Test: Joints (NCERT) - Question 6

The joints between the carpal bones are

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Joints between carpal bones are gliding joints. A gliding joint is a type of synovial joint whose articular surface is usually flat, permitting only back-and-forth and side-to-side movements.

Test: Joints (NCERT) - Question 7

Which one of the following pairs of structures is correctly matched with their description?

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Only tibia connects to the femur to form the knee joint with the patella. Shoulder joint is of ball-and-socket type and elbow joint is a hinge joint.

Test: Joints (NCERT) - Question 8

Which one of the following is the correct description of a certain part of a normal human skeleton?

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Parietal bone and temporal bone of the skull are joined by fibrous joint (immovable joint). First cervical vertebra is atlas. The last two pairs (11th and 12th) of ribs are called flothing ribs. Glenoid cavity is a depression to which humaerus articulates.

Test: Joints (NCERT) - Question 9

Which of the following is/are not correctly matched pairs?
(i) Ball and socket joint — Between humerus and pectoral girdle
(ii) Pivot joint — Between carpal and metacarpal
(iii) Saddle joint — Between atlas and axis
(iv) Gliding joint — Between the carpals
(v) Fibrous joint — In flat skull bones

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Pivot joint — between atlas and axis.
Saddle joint — between carpal and metacarpal.

Test: Joints (NCERT) - Question 10

What is the name of joint between ribs and sternum?

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In slightly movable or cartilaginous joints, the opposing surfaces are conneted by cartilage, which allows very little movement. Another example is joints between adjacent vertebrae.

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