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Practice Questions for Lecture Midterm 2007 APC100/NPB123 1. Which one of the following bones is NOT in the pectoral girdle or pectoral (upper) limb of a human? a. humerus b. scapula c. clavicle d. tibia e. metacarpal 2. Which one of the following statements regarding cartilage is FALSE ? a. It has a well developed nerve supply. b. Cartilage cells are called chondrocytes. c. The cartilage matrix is composed of water, proteoglycans and collagens. d. Cartilage can enlarge by both interstitial and appositional growth. 3. Which one of the following statements is FALSE regarding the osteocyte? a. Osteocytes are the most abundant bone cell type found in the skeleton. b. Osteocytes communicate with one another via gap junctions. c. Osteocytes are thought to play a role as mechanosensors in bone. d. Osteocytes are found on the surface of bone when bone formation ceases. 4. The joint found between a tooth and the mandible (alveolar socket), is an example of which type of joint? a. Synovial b. Fibrous c. Cartilaginous 5. A joint movement that decreases the angle of articulation (<180 o ) of the human elbow joint is known as? a) pronation b) supination c) flexion d) adduction
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6 The nasal cavity does not have which following feature? a. olfaction
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2008 for the course APC 100 taught by Professor Kelliewhited during the Winter '07 term at UC Davis.

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