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Investigating the Interactions of Muscles and Bones Kit

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Students study the biophysics of human movement using an ingenious model that simulates the human arm and elbow joint. The cooperation between agonistic and antagonistic muscle groups to create movement is remarkably clear.

Examining various types of levers found within the musculoskeletal system, students measure changes in mechanical advantage caused by altering the points of attachment of "muscles" to "bones."

The kit contains everything you need for class demonstration or for use by one group of students, including instructor's manual with reproducible student instructions and data sheets.


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