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The skeleton test

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Introduction

(1) Blood cell production is one of the functions of the skeleton. Name three others. 1) ___________________________________ 2) ___________________________________ 3) ___________________________________ (2) All physical activity requires movement using bones and muscles. (i) ...read more.

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Bone 1 .................................... Bone 2 .................................... Bone 3 .................................... (ii) Explain the function of ligaments in relation to movement. ...read more.

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Flexion is ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... (ii) Give two examples of physical movement where flexion occurs. 1. ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2. ................................................................................................................................................................................................ (5) Describe the actions occurring at each joint during the front crawl swimming stroke. ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ...read more.

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