Exam 1 - Exam 1. 1. A Muscle that flexes the forearm is...

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Exam 1. 1. A Muscle that flexes the forearm is attached to the – Radial Tuberosity 2. During endochondral bone formation – All of the above happen ( capillaries and osteoblasts migrate into the heart of the cartilage, osteoclasts erode the center of the new bone to form a marrow cavity, cells of the perichondrium differentiate into osteoblasts, the matrix of the cartilage model becomes calcified. 3. The epidermis in a section of thick skin includes the following five layers. In what order do these occur from the basement membrane to the surface? – stratum germinativum, stratum spinosum, stratum granulosum, stratum lucidum, stratum corneum. 4. What type of muscular activity is present in a muscle at rest?- Motor units activate in a random pattern to cause slight constant tension, known as a muscle tone. 5. The cells found in sweat glands that function to force sweat out of the gland are called? –Myoepithelial cells. 6. Which type of cell divides readily after a bone is damaged? – osteoprogenitor 7. Functions of the hair on the body include?- providing nervous sensation 8. Which of the following events occur first?- Calcium ions are released from sarcoplasmic reticulum 9. Which muscle has three attachments to bone?- sternocleidmastoid 10. Most of the hairs covering the general surface of the body are?- Vellus hairs
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