Test 1 - NAME_ SS#_ Applied Human Anatomy KIN 324K Test 1,...

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NAME_______________________________ SS#_____________________________ Applied Human Anatomy KIN 324K Test 1, Fall 2001 1.-2 Describe why the placement of the openings of the coronary arteries is important for adequate perfusion of the myocardium. Include how the structure of the aorta is important in this process. 3. Give the advantage and an anatomical example of : 2 nd class lever 3 rd class lever 4. Define a motor unit 5. If the quardaceps muscle of one leg has sufficient strength to extend with our full body weight, why do the quadriceps go through eccentric contraction when we are going down stairs? Explain 6-7. Compare and contrast the structure of the aorta and a vein that is found in the lower leg. Explain how the structural differences relate to their anatomical location and function.
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NAME_______________________________ SS#_____________________________ 8-10.Define the following: Osteon Volkmann canal Periosteum Epiphyseal growth plate Articular cartiledge Diaphysis 11. Haversian canals a. Run perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the bone. b. Allow nerves to communicate through the length of the bone c. Are at the center of the osteon d. Are responsible for the transport of calcium away from the degraded area during remodeling of bone. e.
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2008 for the course KIN 324K taught by Professor Farrar during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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