es u twU DUNES glde past one another. I inc inin in d. The rounded, ball-like end of one bone fits into a concave depression of another bone. True/False: Mark the following statements as true (T) or false (F). If the statement is false, correct it so it is a true statement. , CT J a The articulating ends of the bones in a synovial joint are covered by articular cartilage. b. Bursae improve the fit between two bones in a synovial joint. С. The tendon sheath of a synovial joint is lined with a synovial membrane. d. Articular discs provide a smooth, nearly frictionless surface for articulation. е. Fluid-filled sacs called ligaments often lie between tendons and the joint capsule of a synovial joint. Articulations UNIT 9 247 W

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es u twU DUNES glde past one another.
I inc inin in
d. The rounded, ball-like end of one bone fits into a concave depression of another bone.
True/False: Mark the following statements as true (T) or false (F). If the statement is false, correct it so it is a true
statement.
, CT
J a
The articulating ends of the bones in a synovial joint are covered by articular cartilage.
b. Bursae improve the fit between two bones in a synovial joint.
С.
The tendon sheath of a synovial joint is lined with a synovial membrane.
d. Articular discs provide a smooth, nearly frictionless surface for articulation.
е.
Fluid-filled sacs called ligaments often lie between tendons and the joint capsule of a synovial joint.
Articulations
UNIT 9
247
W

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es u twU DUNES glde past one another. I inc inin in d. The rounded, ball-like end of one bone fits into a concave depression of another bone. True/False: Mark the following statements as true (T) or false (F). If the statement is false, correct it so it is a true statement. , CT J a The articulating ends of the bones in a synovial joint are covered by articular cartilage. b. Bursae improve the fit between two bones in a synovial joint. С. The tendon sheath of a synovial joint is lined with a synovial membrane. d. Articular discs provide a smooth, nearly frictionless surface for articulation. е. Fluid-filled sacs called ligaments often lie between tendons and the joint capsule of a synovial joint. Articulations UNIT 9 247 W

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