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1 Laboratory Review Questions - Part 1 Week #1: Osteology and Torso Model Anatomy 1. Describe the functions of the patella. How is the patella different from other bones of the leg? 2. Name the bones of the pectoral girdle and the bones of the pelvic girdle. Compare the pectoral and pelvic girdles with regard to strength, function, and versatility. 3. What functions does the clavicle serve in the skeletal system? 4. To which bones does the scapula articulate? 5. Describe the bony arrangements which are involved in the elbow joint. 6. Describe the differences between a male pelvis and a female pelvis. 7. Describe the four major curvatures of the vertebral column. Define lordosis, kyphosis, and scoliosis. 8. What is the function of the thoracic cage? Distinguish between true, false, and floating ribs. 9. What are the functions of the acromion process and coracoid process of the scapula? 10. What is the function of the tibial tuberosity? 11. Describe differences between the adult skull and the baby skull. 12. You should be able to identify all of the structures listed on page 1-12 in the Kinesiology 142 Laboratory Manual. 13. You should be able to identify all of the listed structures in Table 2-1, describe the location of each structure, and give one major function for each structure.
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2 Week #2: Somatotype and Body Composition Analysis 1. Describe the standardized procedure for measuring the **** skinfold, **** girth or **** bone width. Describe subject position, instrument used, and step by step procedure. The asterisks represent any of the measures you were asked to carry out in the lab procedures. 2 . Bioelectrical impedance techniques are used to determine percent body fat. Describe the principle on which this technique is based. Describe sources of error in this procedure. 3. In the O-Scale System of body composition assessment, what is the rationale for using a height adjustment when calculating the Adiposity rating and the Proportional Weight rating? 4. In the O-Scale System of body composition assessment, how is the Adiposity rating used to help interpret the Proportional Weight rating? 5.
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2010 for the course KIN 142 taught by Professor Asmundson during the Spring '09 term at Simon Fraser.

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