14Where It’s Found in the Body JointKind of MotionWhere It’s Found in the BodyHingeForward or backward motionKneeElbowBall-&-SocketGreatest range of motionShoulder BladeHipsPivotOne bone to rotate around anotherNeckGlidingOne bone to slide over anotherWristAnkles
15When do bone cells form new bone tissue? New bone tissue forms to fill the gap between the broken ends of the bone.
16LigamentsThe bones in movable joints are held together by strong connective tissues is called LIGAMENTSConnect bone to bone
26Skeletal Muscles Type of striated muscle, attached to the skeleton. Facilitate movement, by applying force to bones and joints; via contraction.Contract voluntarily, although they can contract involuntarily.