BB 3101 LAST TEST, PART II OCT. 15-16 2008Name, email, box________________________________________________________________For each previous quiz, pick TWO of the six words/phrases provided and define or explain them For some terms, you might want to draw a picture... that is okay. Try to keep your answers all on this sheet Here is an example of a BAD and a GOOD answer to: MYOSIN ATPaseBAD: a muscle proteinGood: an enzyme that resides in myosin heads in muscle, and cleaves ATP to provide the energy for conformational change of the myosin during contraction: (release actin, extend head, etc.) SCAPULA: bad: shoulder boneGood: the shoulder bone that articulates with the head of the humerus (socket is called the glenoid) to provide a wide range of movement of the upper arm. It is held to the axial skeleton by muscles, in particular the ROTATOR CUFF group.
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2010 for the course BIO 3101 taught by Professor Dan during the Spring '10 term at Worcester.