6 How do nonaxial, uniaxial, biaxial, and multiaxial synovial joints differ? 7 Which of the following correctly describes a pivot joint? a. The convex articular surface of one bone fits into a concave articular surface of another bone. b. One bone rotates around another bone. c. The flat articular surfaces of two bones glide past one another d. The rounded, ball-like end of one bone fits into a concave depression of another bone. 8 Label the following parts of the knee joint in Figure 9.9. Anterior cruciate ligament Fibular collateral ligament Patellar ligament 3 Posterior cruciate ligament ■ Lateral meniscus Tibial collateral ligament Medial meniscus FIGURE 9.9 Knee joint. 248 Exploring Anatomy & Physiology in the Laboratory

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6 How do nonaxial, uniaxial, biaxial, and multiaxial synovial joints differ?
7 Which of the following correctly describes a pivot joint?
a. The convex articular surface of one bone fits into a concave articular surface of another bone.
b. One bone rotates around another bone.
c. The flat articular surfaces of two bones glide past one another
d. The rounded, ball-like end of one bone fits into a concave depression of another bone.
8 Label the following parts of the knee joint in Figure 9.9.
Anterior cruciate ligament
Fibular collateral ligament
Patellar ligament
3 Posterior cruciate ligament
■ Lateral meniscus
Tibial collateral ligament
Medial meniscus
FIGURE 9.9 Knee joint.
248 Exploring Anatomy & Physiology in the Laboratory
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6 How do nonaxial, uniaxial, biaxial, and multiaxial synovial joints differ? 7 Which of the following correctly describes a pivot joint? a. The convex articular surface of one bone fits into a concave articular surface of another bone. b. One bone rotates around another bone. c. The flat articular surfaces of two bones glide past one another d. The rounded, ball-like end of one bone fits into a concave depression of another bone. 8 Label the following parts of the knee joint in Figure 9.9. Anterior cruciate ligament Fibular collateral ligament Patellar ligament 3 Posterior cruciate ligament ■ Lateral meniscus Tibial collateral ligament Medial meniscus FIGURE 9.9 Knee joint. 248 Exploring Anatomy & Physiology in the Laboratory

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