The correct option is C A-III, B-IV, C-I, D-II
Joints are essential for all types of movements involving the bony parts of the body. The three major types of joints are:
1. Fibrous or immovable joint: This joint present between skull bones does not allow any movement.
2. Cartilaginous joints: These joints are present between the adjacent vertebrae in the vertebral column (between the fifth and sixth thoracic vertebrae) and are joined together with the help of cartilages.
3. Synovial joints: These joints have a fluid filled synovial cavity betwen articulating surfaces of the two bones. These are of the following types:
a. Ball and socket joint: It is present between humerus and pectoral girdle.
b. Hinge joint: It is found in the knee between femur and tibia.
c. Pivot joint: It is found in the neck between the first and the second cervical vertebrae (atlas and axis).
d. Gliding joint: This joint is present between the carpals.
e. Saddle joint: It is present between carpal and metacarpal of thumb.