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Lab picture TEST #3

Lab picture TEST #3 - 35 Perimysium 36 Muscle fiber 37 I...

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1) Articulates with hip bones of the pelvis. 2) Attach to ribs. 3) Receive the most stress. 4) Transverse foramen present. 5) No canals or foramen present. 6) Contains alae. 7) Contains the atlas and the axis. 8) Contains the joint that allows you to rotate your head no. ʺ ʺ
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9) Nasal septum. 10) Turbinate bone. 11) Orbital area. 12) Olfactory bulb sits on this. 13) Nasal concha. 14) Rooster s comb. ʹ
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15) Periosteum. 16) Articular cartilage. 17) Joint (synovial) cavity. 18) Synovial membrane. 19) Fibrous capsule.
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What type of axis does each joint have? A. Nonaxial B. Uniaxial C. Biaxial D. Multiaxial 20) Joint 1. 21) Joint 2. 22) Joint 3. 23) Joint 4. 24) Joint 5.
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25) Joint 6. Identify each type of synovial joint by name. 26) Joint 1. 27) Joint 2. 28) Joint 3. 29) Joint 4. 30) Joint 5. 31) Joint 6.
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32) Endomysium. 33) Fascicle. 34) The tissue that binds muscles into functional groups.
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Unformatted text preview: 35) Perimysium. 36) Muscle fiber. 37) I band. 38) Hzone. 39) A band. 40) Z disc. 41) M line 42) Second-class lever. 43) Humerus Ulna joint. 44) Tibia calcaneus joint. 45) Humerus Metacarpal joint 46) First-class lever. 47) May extend and laterally rotate the arm. 48) Prime mover to protract and hold the scapula against the chest wall; rotates scapula so that its inferior angle moves laterally and upward. 49) A muscle that has its origin on the manubrium of the sternum and medial portion of the clavicle, and its insertion in the mastoid process of the temporal bone. 50) Pectoralis minor. 51) Coracobrachialis. 52) Trapezius muscle. 53) Teres major muscle. 54) The latissimus dorsi 55) Rotates scapula. 56) Depresses scapula 57) Levator scapulae...
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