This system comprises of the joints in the body. A joint is the point where two or more bones meet.
There are three broad categories of joints based on the level of movement they provide: Fibrous – immovable Cartilaginous – slightly moveable Synovial – freely movable
These types of joints offer little or no movement Fibrous joints are found between the bones in the cranium and the fused bones of the sacrum Cartilaginous joints are located between the sternum and rims and between each vetebra
Ball and socket Gliding joint
Condyloid joint Saddle joint
Hinge joint Pivot joint
For each of the synovial joints, give 2 examples of where you would find those joints