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Unformatted text preview: of the fibrous tissue in a syndesmosis or synovial capsule. 100% Score: 11. Correct Answer 0/1 joint movements 2 Condyloid joints move in: Student Response Value 1. one axis only 0% 2. two axes only 100% 3. many axes 0% 4. no particular axis 0% Score: 12. 1/1 joint movements 2A Movements at hinge joints include: Correct Answer Student Response Value 1. flexion and extension 100% 2. abduction and adduction 0% 3. circumduction 0% 4. all of the above 0% 5. A and B only 0% Score: 13. Correct Answer 1/1 joint strength 1 The _____ has a fibrocartilaginous labrum which grips the head of the femur, securing it in place. Student Response Value 1. glenoid fossa 0% 2. acetabular fossa 100% 3. trochlea 0% 4. capitulum 0% Score: 14. Correct Answer 1/1 joint structures 3 Semimovable joints are classified structurally as _____ joints. Student Response A. synovial B cartilaginous . C. fibrous Score: 15. Value Correct Answer 0% 100% 0% 1/1 joint structures 3A Semi-movable joints are classified as _____ joints. Student Response Value A. synarthroses 0% B. diarthroses 0% C amphiarthroses . Score: 16. Knee 1 1/1 100% Correct Answer Match the letters with descriptions. patellar retinaculum A collateral ligament C patellar ligament B extensor tendon D Statement Response Value Correct Match patellar retinaculum C 25.0% C collateral ligament A 25.0% A patellar ligament D 25.0% D extensor tendon B 25.0% B Score: 17. 3/3 Knee 2 Match the letters with descriptions articular cartilage B posterior cruciate ligament E anterior cruciate ligament C medial meniscus D patellar ligament A Statement Response Value Correct Match articular cartilage A 20.0% A posterior cruciate ligament B 20.0% B anterior cruciate ligament C 20.0% C medial meniscus D 20.0% D patellar ligament E 20.0% E Score: 18. 3/3 knee 3A Match letters with descriptions. posterior cruciate ligament its damage causes osteoarthritis anterior cruciate ligament the insertion of the quadriceps muscles extensor tendon inserts on the tibial tuberosity patellar ligament prevents the anterior sliding of the femur against the tibia articular cartilage prevents posterior sliding of the femur against the tibia Statement Response posterior cruciate ligament prevents the anterior sliding of the femur against 0.0% the tibia prevents posterior sliding of the femur against the tibia anterior cruciate ligament prevents posterior sliding of the femur against the 0.0% tibia prevents the anterior sliding of the femur against the tibia extensor tendon the insertion of the quadriceps muscles 20.0% the insertion of the quadriceps muscles patellar ligament inserts on the tibial tuberosity 20.0% inserts on the tibial tuberosity articular cartilage its damage causes osteoarthritis 20.0% its damage causes osteoarthritis Score: 19. Correct Match 1.8/3 New score: Value 3/3 This score has been adjusted by the grader. action potential 2 Which letter indicates the point where the membrane is hyperpolarized? Student Response Value 1. A 0% 2. B 0% 3. C 0% 4. D 0% 5E . 100% 6. F 0% 7. G 0% Score: 20. Correct Answer 1/1 action potential 6 The ion gates will not respond to a depolarizing stimulu...
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