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the greatest percentage of a joint's total resistance to stretching is contributed by
Total resistance to strectching is the type of joint (some joints simply aren't meant to be flexible) the internal resistance within a joint bony structures which limit [ movement ]
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The greatest percentage of a joint's total resistance to stretching is contributed by a. muscle. b. ligaments and the joint structure. c. skin. d. tendons. e. none of the above
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The greatest percentage of a joint's total resistance to stretching is contributed by ligaments and the joint structure.
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