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The mechanical structures of the spinal column, which include vertebrae, ligaments, and discs. The passive subsystem is acted upon by the muscles (active subsystem). Tension in the passive subsystem results in spinal rigidity, and is associated with an attempt by the body to maintain “constancy,” typically during high-stress situations or periods of high uncertainty.