JOINTS. Chapter 9. Introduction . Joints or articulations are sites where two or more bones meet Joints have two fundamental functions: provide for skeletal mobility hold the skeleton together
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In fibrous joints the bones are joined by fibrous tissue; no joint is present. The three types of fibrous joints are. . .
In cartilaginous joints, the articulating bones are united by cartilage, there is no joint cavity