What are the main types of bone connection and give examples.

Continuous (bones of the skull, pelvis) – between the connecting bones a layer of connective tissue or cartilage; strong but immobile. Movable (joints) – there is a gap between the connecting bones; allow for various movements. Semi-mobile, symphysis (intervertebral symphysis, pubic symphysis) are cartilaginous joints, when there is a small slit cavity in the thickness of the cartilage.

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