W/Protects internald reieasesfat10,oibbes.bioaqilie tovig ,ognlenMultiple choice23. Important bone functions include (selectall that apply):ted aspoin to noae 0Rw) nioj folooe-bns-lHed28. Which of the following are part of asynovial joint? Select all that apply(including accessory structures).UAGL e absce bua) protection of the skin and limbmusculatureb) protection of the braina) bursaec) attachment for musclesb) articular cartilaged) storage of waterc) tendone) storage of mineralsd) suturee) joint capsule

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Protects internal
d reieases
fat
10,oibbes.bioaqilie tovig ,ognl
en
Multiple choice
23. Important bone functions include (select
all that apply):
ted aspoin to noae 0R
w) nioj folooe-bns-lHed
28. Which of the following are part of a
synovial joint? Select all that apply
(including accessory structures).
UAGL e absce bu
a) protection of the skin and limb
musculature
b) protection of the brain
a) bursae
c) attachment for muscles
b) articular cartilage
d) storage of water
c) tendon
e) storage of minerals
d) suture
e) joint capsule
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W/ Protects internal d reieases fat 10,oibbes.bioaqilie tovig ,ognl en Multiple choice 23. Important bone functions include (select all that apply): ted aspoin to noae 0R w) nioj folooe-bns-lHed 28. Which of the following are part of a synovial joint? Select all that apply (including accessory structures). UAGL e absce bu a) protection of the skin and limb musculature b) protection of the brain a) bursae c) attachment for muscles b) articular cartilage d) storage of water c) tendon e) storage of minerals d) suture e) joint capsule

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