Chapter 8 CWP Terms Practice Quiz

Chapter 8 CWP Terms Practice Quiz - Chapter 8 CWP Terms...

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Chapter 8 CWP Terms Practice Quiz Question 1 Marks: 10 For each of the following questions, select the matching answer from the menu. another name for a condyloid joint. ___ symphysis is important cartilaginous joint important during childbirth The ___ plane divides the body into sinister and dexter (left and right) portions. It would pass through midline structures such as the navel or spine. Posterior movement of the arms at the shoulders Movement in an inferior direction the most common and most moveable type of joints in the human body. a type of continuous, slightly movable joint. May be a symphesis or syndesmosis a lubricating, nourishing fluid rich in mucopolysaccharide contained within the joint capsule. With its egg-like consistency, synovial fluid reduces friction between the articular cartilage and other tissues in joints to lubricate and cushion them during movement. a group of specialized connective tissue fibers that essentially attach a tooth to the alveolar bone within which it sits. These fibers help the tooth withstand the compressive forces which occur during chewing. joint where the two bones are connected by a piece of cartilage. Partially correct Marks for this submission: 9/10. Question 2 Marks: 10 For each of the following questions, select the matching answer from the menu. low-grade inflammation results in pain in the joints, caused by abnormal wearing of the cartilage; knees are frequently affected. a type of intermittant arthritis caused by bacterial infection which results from bite of infected tick. connected by broad flattened disks of fibrocartilage, of a more or less complex structure, as in the articulations between the bodies of the vertebrae the movement which decreases the angle between the foot and the leg. a broad and thin plane of fibrous tissue that separates many of the bones of the body. It is an important component of many joints. An example is the fibrous sheet that connects the radius and the ulna. A joint in which the distal bone is capable of motion around an indefinite number of axes, which have one common center. Allows the widest range of motion allows (usually) considerable range of flexion and extension in just one plane (humerus and ulna). The articular surfaces are connected together by strong collateral ligaments. one of connecting tissues between humerus and ulna on
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lateral side; also connects to annular ligament between radius and ulna ligaments found outside of the capsular fibrous layer which also are important stabilizing structures that prevent excessive movement straightening a joint beyond the normal limits of motion. Correct
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2010 for the course BIOLOGY A&P1 taught by Professor Lankow during the Spring '10 term at Mayville.

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