KIN 142 Midterm

KIN 142 Midterm - KIN 142 Midterm: Lecture Component Study...

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KIN 142 Midterm: Lecture Component Study Questions 02-25-2011 Osteology and Arthrology 1. Name the functions of the skeleton 2. What are the major building blocks of bone? 3. Define collagen. 4. What is bone tissue composed of? 5. Define osteocytes. 6. What is bone continually being remodelled by? 7. Where does longitudinal growth of bone occur? 8. Differentiate bones of physical active and sedentary individuals. 9. Classify the different types of bones. 10. What is the function of the vertebral column? 11. Classify and numerically divide the different types of vertebrae. 12. How do vertebrae articulate with one another? 13. What is the function of intervertebral discs? 14. Name and describe the 3 abnormal curves. 15. Classify the different joints. 16. What is the function of synovial fluid? 17. Define ligament, tendon, and bursa. 18. Describe the reference planes of the body. 19. Classify the joint movements into 6 categories as seen in anatomical position. 20. Name 5 common joint disorders. 21. What are some structural limits to flexibility? Somatotype 22. What are the primary determinants of body appearance? 23. Define somatotype. 24. Who developed somatotype? 25. What are the three primary components of body build according to Sheldon’s somatotype? 26. How did Sheldon rate each component? 27. A person has a 641 somatotype, what is this physique dominated classification? How about 461? 333? 28. Sheldon studied _________ men and identified _____ basic somatotypes. _____ of these somatotypes accounted for _____ of the male population. 29. What is the term used to differ female distribution of physique to males? 30. Females are more ________ and less _______ than males. 31. What two systems of somatotyping are most widely used? Which one uses samples of athletes? 32. Critique disadvantages of somatotyping. 33. The heritabilities for _______ and ________ are higher than for ________. 34. Athletes tend to be more _______ and less ______ than non-athletes of the same age. 35. A high _____ is positively correlated with ________ and ______ is negatively correlated. 36. Strength and speed-dependent athletes tend to be more ______ and less _____ than distance-dependent athletes. Body Composition 37. Define anthropometry. 38. Define body composition.(Hint: 2 components) 39. What is fat-free mass primarily composed of? 40. What are the reasons for assessing body composition? 41. Compare essential fat vs. storage fat. 42. Compare body composition of the average male to females. 43. Why do females have a higher percentage of essential fat? 44. Name common areas where females tend to have sex specific fat depots. 45. Describe “male type” and “female type” obesity. 46.
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KIN 142 Midterm - KIN 142 Midterm: Lecture Component Study...

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