Name Section Date 9 Check Your Understanding Critical Thinking and Application Questions REVIEW 1 How would the function of synovial joints be changed if they lacked joint cavities? Explain. 2 Could a fibrous joint perform its functions if it were a diarthrosis? Explain your reasoning. Which class of synovial joint do you think would be the most stable? Which class would be the least stable? Explain your choices. 3 4 In the condition synovitis the synovial membrane secretes excess synovial fluid. How might this affect the function of a synovial joint? Articulations UNIT 9251

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Name
Section
Date
9
Check Your Understanding
Critical Thinking and Application Questions
REVIEW
1 How would the function of synovial joints be changed if they lacked joint cavities? Explain.
2 Could a fibrous joint perform its functions if it were a diarthrosis? Explain your reasoning.
Which class of synovial joint do you think would be the most stable? Which class would be the least stable?
Explain your choices.
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4 In the condition synovitis the synovial membrane secretes excess synovial fluid. How might this affect the function
of a synovial joint?
Articulations UNIT 9251
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Name Section Date 9 Check Your Understanding Critical Thinking and Application Questions REVIEW 1 How would the function of synovial joints be changed if they lacked joint cavities? Explain. 2 Could a fibrous joint perform its functions if it were a diarthrosis? Explain your reasoning. Which class of synovial joint do you think would be the most stable? Which class would be the least stable? Explain your choices. 3 4 In the condition synovitis the synovial membrane secretes excess synovial fluid. How might this affect the function of a synovial joint? Articulations UNIT 9251

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