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    What kind of joint would you find in the elbow?

    What attaches the bones to each other?

    Give 2 examples of invertebrates (animals with no backbone)


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    What attaches the bones to each other?

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    Give 2 examples of invertebrates (animals with no backbone)

    amoeba and djweiser(although thats the same thing)

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    Originally posted by djweiser@22 March 2004 - 12:27
    What kind of joint would you find in the elbow?

    What attaches the bones to each other?

    Give 2 examples of invertebrates (animals with no backbone)


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    1 Dunno
    2 Cartilage?
    3 Worm & i dunno

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    Originally posted by djweiser@22 March 2004 - 13:27
    What kind of joint would you find in the elbow?

    What attaches the bones to each other?

    Give 2 examples of invertebrates (animals with no backbone)


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    edit-and the funny bone??
    1-cartilage
    2-worm or snake some fish?
    3-no thanx on sweets i jus came from the dentist bad report

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    Originally posted by Zedaxax@22 March 2004 - 17:40
    amoeba and djweiser(although thats the same thing)
    very funny

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    never mind sweets, wtf do you get?
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    The elbow joint is a 'swing' joint.

    Flexion(bending) and Extension(Straightening) of the elbow are examples of a swing joint.


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    1. Hinge joint
    2. Tendens
    3. Worm and shark

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    Originally posted by Mik3ll@22 March 2004 - 23:40
    1. Hinge joint
    2. Tendens
    3. Worm and shark
    3 cont... beetles, earwigs, umm, anything that has a hard shell... snails, etc.... their all invertebrates, and other two is correctimondo


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