2[1].1 (b) FORM 5

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2[1].1 (b) FORM 5

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  2. 2. • To label the bones, the skeletal muscle and tendons in a diagram of the arm;• To explain how movement is brought about in a limb;• To state the function of cartilage & synovial fluid at joints. 2
  3. 3. • Movement is caused by the contraction of skeletal muscles which interact with the bones.• Muscle cells contract in response to stimulation which carried by nerve impulses.• Muscles are attached to bones by tendons near a joint. 3
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  5. 5. • Tendons consist of very strong inelastic, non-stretchable collagen fibres & appear as glistening silver-grey strands between the muscles & bones• Function : to ensure that the force produced by the contraction of muscles is transmitted to the part of the body to be move. 5
  6. 6. • A joint is formed where 2 or more bones come together  held together at a joint by ligaments.• Ligaments are tough & strong connective tissues, elastic & allow the movement of bones at a joint. Also important in preventing dislocation. 6
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  8. 8. TYPE OF CHARACTERISTIC EXAMPLE FUNCTION JOINTImmovable/ Bones held •Skull •Protectsfixed together by •Pelvic delicate(suture) fibrous girdle tissues of connective brain & sense tissue. No organs movement •Protect between bones. urogenital organs; support bodyPartially Cartilage •Vertebral •Some degree ofmovable bridges the column. flexibility joints. •Cartilage is a Movement is shock absorber, restricted. cushions joint & reduces friction 8
  9. 9. TYPE OF CHARACTERISTIC EXAMPLE FUNCTION JOINTMovable/ •Ends of •Knee, •Movement insinovial articulating elbow, one plane(iii)Hinge bones are finger covered with joints cartilage. Joint enclosed by joint capsule. It is lined with a thin synovial membrane which secretes(ii) Ball- synovial fluid. •Shoulder, and- •Movement in hip joint socket all planes and some rotational movement 9
  10. 10. C O M P A R IS O NB E TWE E N TE N D O N & TENDL N G A M E N T OI LIGAM ENT sim ilarities made up of collagen fibres hold two types of tissues together d ifferences Bone & muscle Bone & bone No elastin tissues Elastin tissues present Inelastic Elastic 10
  11. 11. MUSCLES 11
  12. 12. • Action on muscles in bringing about movement• Some muscles work together to bring about movement while other muscles work in opposition to one another 12
  13. 13. A n t a g o n is t ic M u s c le s• Muscles which work in opposition. Eg : biceps and triceps• Muscles can contract and relax• Muscles can pull on the bones but cannot push• Muscles which straighten limbs are called extensors• Muscles which bend limbs are called flexors• Extensor work antagonistically with flexor. 13
  14. 14. ANTAGONISTIC MUSCLES 14
  15. 15. • All muscles have 2 primary proteins – Actin – MyosiN• Actin and myosin are found in sarcomeres, the functional units of muscle contradiction• Sacromeres consist of thick filaments (actin) which interact to bring about muscle contraction. 15
  16. 16. • The source of energy for contradiction of muscles is ATP, which is produced in adjacent mitochondria in the muscles• Movement of the body involves the coordination of opposing muscles which are attached to the bones across the joints 16
  17. 17. • At the joint, the bones are allowed to move, in relation to each other, y the elastic ligaments.• The Synovial membrane secretes synovial fluid which serves as a lubricant to minimize the friction between two bones 17
  18. 18. • The articulating surfaces of the bones are covered by flexible cartilage.• Cartilage protects the joint and allows smooth movements.• It also absorb shock when pressure is placed on the joint, for example when walking.• W/out synovial fluid and cartilage, the bones will rub together.• It can lead pain and swelling of joints 18
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