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Test_bank_ch_6_edited_bjm - Chapter 6: The Skeleto-muscular...

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Chapter 6: The Skeleto-muscular System TEST BANK 1. Which of the following is a function of the skeletal and muscular systems as they work together? A) movement and locomotion B) protection of organs C) maintenance of upright posture D) all of these 2. Which of the following functions does not apply to bone? A) Produce movement B) Support and protection C) Mineral storage D) Blood cell production 3. How are bone and cartilage similar? A) Both are connective tissues B) Both connect to muscle C) Both have textures that vary from gel-like to hard and calcified D) They are not similar at all 4. Which of the following is an example of a long bone? A) patella B) humerus C) scapula D) frontal bone 5. Which of the following are the two major divisions of the skeleton? A) Axial and appendicular B) Axial and pectoral C) Appendicular and pectoral D) Pectoral and pelvic 6. There are approximately ________ bones in the human skeleton. A) 128 B) 56 C) 206 D) 310 7. Which of the following does not belong to the axial skeleton? A) sphenoid bone B) Hyoid bone C) Rib D) os coxae 8. Which of the following does not belong to the appendicular skeleton? A) cervical vertebra B) ulna C) metatarsal D) clavicle 9. The inside of the shaft of a long bone is filled with A) Spongy bone B) Cartilage C) Bone marrow D) Synovial fluid 10. Which of the following is the bone cell responsible for laying down new bone? A) Osteoblast
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B) Osteoclast C) Chondroblast D) Macrophage 11. Which of the following would be formed by intramembranous ossification? A) Humerus B) Femur C) Phalanges D) Skull bones 12. How does compact bone differ from spongy bone? A) Spongy bone is organized by Haversian systems B) Compact bone has many osteons C) Compact bone has struts called trabeculae D) Only spongy bone contains osteocytes that maintain the bone. 13. The first step of endochondral ossification is A) Formation of the marrow cavity B) A cartilage model forms C) Blood vessels penetrate the central portion of the bone D) An epiphyseal plate forms at both ends of the bone 14. Which part of the adolescent skeleton, if damaged, could result in abnormal growth? A) Epiphyseal plate B) Diaphysis C) Articular cartilage D) The adolescent skeleton is completely ossified so there is no danger of abnormal growth 15. Which of the following bone cells would be responsible for raising the calcium concentration in blood? A) Osteoblast B) Osteoclast C) Chondroblast D) Osteocyte 16. What happens to the bones of a person who is weight-training? 1. The bones become more brittle due to the stress
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