ZoologyWhich of the following joints would allow no movements?

Which of the following joints would allow no movements?

  1. A

    Synovial joint

  2. B

    Ball and Socket joint

  3. C

    Fibrous joint

  4. D

    Cartilaginous joint

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    Solution:

    Fibrous joints do not allow any movement. This type of joint is shown by the flat skull bones which fuse end-to-end with the help of dense fibrous connective tissues in the form of sutures, to form the cranium. 
    In cartilaginous joints, the bones involved are joined together with the help of cartilages. The joint between the adjacent vertebrae in the vertebral column is of this pattern and it permits limited movements. 
    Synovial joints are characterised by the presence of a fluid filled synovial cavity between the articulating surfaces of the two bones. Such an arrangement allows considerable movement.
     Ball and socket joint (between humerus and pectoral girdle) is a type of synovial joint.
     

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