gneet    TOPIC : LOCOMOTION AND MOVEMENT Number of questions are 246
Q1) An all-out sprint cannot continue for more than 40 seconds because of ... ... [ Odisha 2004]


option (b) Not correct because :Causes of high creatinine levels include intrinsic renal disease, urinary tract obstruction, and reduced renal blood flow from congestive heart failure, shock or dehydration.

option (c) Not correct because : Causes of Muscle collapse is lack of physical activity for an extended period of time.
option (a) is correct because: Lack of oxygen, increase the carbon dioxide levels in your blood, causing your muscles to become weaker
Answer : (a)

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Locomotion is the voluntary movement of an individual from one place to another.
Walking, running, climbing, swimming are the examples of locomotion. All locomotion are movement but all movements are not locomotion.

Types of Movement
Cells of the human body show three main types of movements: Amoeboid, Ciliaryt, muscular

The movement of the body parts or the change in position of the whole organism is supported and executed with the help of the skeleton. In the majority of the non-chordates, either the hemocoel or the exoskeleton provides the necessary supports. In human, the bony endoskeleton is responsible for the movement and locomotion. Apart from this, the skeleton serves the following functions:
Supports the body
Protects the internal organs
Produces the blood cells
Stores the mineral ions

Bone also called the osseous tissue, is the hard and specialized connective tissue in the body. It is mesodermal in origin. The movements of the bones are facilitated as they are connected with the skeletal muscles and are supported by the cartilage. Cartilage is the flexible connective tissue that serves to provide smooth surfaces for the movements.

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