10th Class Biology Chapter 4 Support & Movement Short Questions Answer

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10th Class Biology Chapter 4 Support & Movement Short Questions Answer

Differentiate between compact bone and spongy bone ?

Differentiate between compact bone and spongy bone ?

Answer : Compact bone is hard outer layer of bone while the spongy bone is interior of bone which contains blood vessels and bone marrow.
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Who is Andreas Vesalius? What is its contribution?

Who is Andreas Vesalius? What is its contribution?

Answer : Andreas Vesalius (1514-1564) was born in Brussels, Belgium, He made many discoveries in anatomy.
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What is bone? What is its function?

What is bone? What is its function?

Answer : It is very hard connective tissues
1: It protects the various parts of body
2: It products red and white blood cells
3: It stores minerals
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Name of the three types of cartilage.

Name of the three types of cartilage.

Answer : 1: Hyaline cartilage
2: Elastic cartilage
3:Fibrous cartilage
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What is cartilage?

What is cartilage?

Answer : It is a dense, clear blue-white firm connective tissues. The cells of cartilage are called chondrocytes. The matrix of cartilage contains collagen fibers. Blood vessels do not enter the cartilage.
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What are osteocytes?

What are osteocytes?

Answer : The mature bone cells are called osteocytes
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What is the roll of skull, vertebral column and ribs?

What is the roll of skull, vertebral column and ribs?

Answer : 1: Skull protects brain
2: Vertebral column protects spinal cord
3: Ribs protect the lungs, heart and kidneys
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What are fixed joints? Give example.

What are fixed joints? Give example.

Answer : Theses joints allow no movement e.g the joints between the skull bones.
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What are ball and socket joints? Give example.

What are ball and socket joints? Give example.

Answer : Ball and socket joints allow movement in all directions e.g Hip joint, shoulder joint
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Differentiate between upper jaw and lower jaw.

Differentiate between upper jaw and lower jaw.

Answer : Upper jaw: Upper jaw is fixed with skull and is composed of two bones.
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Define a joint? What are their roles?

Define a joint? What are their roles?

Answer : A joint is the location at which two or more bones make contact
Role:
Joints allow no movement and provide mechanical support
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How many bones are present in axial skeleton?

How many bones are present in axial skeleton?

Answer : 126 bones.
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What are tendons? What is their role?

What are tendons? What is their role?

Answer : Tendons are tough non elastic bands of connective tissues these attach muscles to bones.
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What are slightly moveable joints? Give example.

What are slightly moveable joints? Give example.

Answer : The joints allow slight movement e.g. joints between the vertebrate.
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Difference between compact bone and spongy bone.

Difference between compact bone and spongy bone.

Answer : Compact bone is hard outer layer of bone while the spongy bone is interior of bone which contains blood vessels and bone marrow.
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What are the hinge joints? Name their types.

What are the hinge joints? Name their types.

Answer : Hinge joints move back and forth and allow movements in one place only e.g knee joint, elbow joint
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Differentiate between upper jaw and lower jaw.

Differentiate between upper jaw and lower jaw.

Answer : Upper jaw: Upper jaw is fixed with skull and is composed of two bones
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How many vertebrae are present in vertebral column?

How many vertebrae are present in vertebral column?

Answer : 33 vertebrae
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What are fixed joints? Give example.

What are fixed joints? Give example.

Answer : These joints allow no movement e.g. the joints between the skull bones.
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What are slightly moveable joints? Give example.

What are slightly moveable joints? Give example.

Answer : The joints allow a variety of movement
Types:
1: Hinge joints
2: Ball and socket joints
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How many bones are present in new born babies and in adults?

How many bones are present in new born babies and in adults?

Answer : Babies = 300 bones
Adults 206 bones
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Define a joint? What is their role?

Define a joint? What is their role?

Answer : A joint is the location at which two or more bones make contact. Role: Joints allow movements and provide mechanical support.
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What are ligaments? What is their role?

What are ligaments? What is their role?

Answer : Ligaments are strong but flexible bands. They join one bone with another and prevents dislocation of bones at joints.
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What are the parts of appendicular skeleton?

What are the parts of appendicular skeleton?

Answer : 1: Pectoral girdles
2: Pelvic girdle
3: Legs and feet
4: Arms and hands
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Differentiate between the terms movement and locomotion.

Differentiate between the terms movement and locomotion.

Answer : Movement:Movement in a general term meaning act of changing place or position by entire body or by its body parts.
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What is flexor and flexion?

What is flexor and flexion?

Answer : When a muscle contracts and blends the joint. It is known as flexor and the movement is called flexion.
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What are the parts of axial skeleton?

What are the parts of axial skeleton?

Answer : 1: Skull
2: Middle ear ossicles
3: Vertebral column
4: Sternum and ribs
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Define flexor and flexion?

Define flexor and flexion?

Answer : When a muscle contracts and blends the joint, it is known as flexor and the movement is called flexion.
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Define antagonism?

Define antagonism?

Answer : The phenomenon when pairs of muscles work in opposite way, one contracts, other is relaxed or vice versa is called antagonism.
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What are the types of skeletons?

What are the types of skeletons?

Answer : i) Exoskeleton: The skeleton which is present outside the body is called exoskeleton e.g. arthropods.
ii) Endoskeleton: The skeleton which is present inside the body is called endoskeleton e.g. vertebrates.
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