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How our bones at joints move?

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Asked by jafar, 05 Feb '13 12:33 am
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Bones don't work alone they need help from the muscles and joints. Muscles pull on the joints, allowing us to move.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 05 Feb '13 04:42 am

 
  
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Like we apply grease in the joints in machines, a natural secretion is provided in the bone joints of human body. This acts as grease and eases the movement of bones. Just God's wonder.
Answered by Seshadri Srinivasan, 05 Feb '13 07:20 am

 
  
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Bones move as muscles push and pull on them. The muscles are attached to bones by tendons. As the muscle pulls the tendons, the bones then move.
Answered by iqbal seth, 05 Feb '13 07:12 am

 
  
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With the help of the muscles in the joints
Answered by Annes, 05 Feb '13 12:41 am

 
  
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If you couldn't move your bones you wouldn't be able to walk, play any sport, or do anything. That is why you have joints. Joints connect bones to bones so that they can move. Some of your most popular joints like the hinge, ball-n-socket, sliding, saddle, and the pivot joints are very important in your skeletal system. Your hinge joint makes you able to move in only way, just like a hinge. Your hinge bone is in your knuckle, elbow, toe, and your knee. Your ball-n-socket joint lets you move freely in every position. If you ever throw or kick a ball you have to use your shoulder joint and your hip bone, which are your two ball-n-socket joints you have in your body. Next are your sliding. Some of these bones are in your neck, where your fingers meet your hand, also where your toes meet your feet, ankle, and last is your wrist (this is one of your most common kind of joints. They let you you move forward, backward, right, and left. Almost like a ball-n-socket except in ball-n- socket your ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 05 Feb '13 03:28 pm

 
  
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If you couldn't move your bones you wouldn't be able to walk, play any sport, or do anything. That is why you have joints. Joints connect bones to bones so that they can move. Some of your most popular joints like the hinge, ball-n-socket, sliding, saddle, and the pivot joints are very important in your skeletal system. Your hinge joint makes you able to move in only way, just like a hinge. Your hinge bone is in your knuckle, elbow, toe, and your knee. Your ball-n-socket joint lets you move freely in every position. If you ever throw or kick a ball you have to use your shoulder joint and your hip bone, which are your two ball-n-socket joints you have in your body. Next are your sliding. Some of these bones are in your neck, where your fingers meet your hand, also where your toes meet your feet, ankle, and last is your wrist (this is one of your most common kind of joints. They let you you move forward, backward, right, and left. Almost like a ball-n-socket except in ball- ...more
Answered by aflatoon, 05 Feb '13 09:06 am

 
  
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Help of the muscles in the joints
Answered by Manju Sikri, 05 Feb '13 08:02 am

 
  
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