Asked by Aedan OConnor on Mar 10, 2024



The simplest types of movement at a synovial joint are ________ movements.

A) angular
B) circular
C) fibrous
D) gliding
E) special

Gliding Movements

A type of joint movement that occurs when flat bone surfaces slide over one another without significant rotation or angular movement.

Angular Movements

Movements of bones around a joint axis, including actions like bending, straightening, or rotating.

Circular Movements

Movements that occur around an axis, such as rotation, involving a body part moving in a circular path.

  • Ascertain and elucidate the assorted movements facilitated by synovial joints.

Verified Answer

Amanjot Kandola

Mar 10, 2024

Final Answer :
Explanation :
Gliding movements are the simplest types of movement at a synovial joint, involving one bone surface gliding over another without any angular or circular movement.