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Unformatted text preview: proteoglycans 0% 3. collagen fibers 0% 4. keratin 0% 5. Sharpey's fibers. 0% Score: 8. 0/1 bone hormones 7 An excess or abuse of this hormone can lead to acromegaly and sometimes pituitary diabetes. Student Response Value A. calcitonin 0% C growth . hormone 100% D. estrogen 0% E. parathyroid hormone (PTH) 0% Score: 9. Feedback 0% B. Vitamin D3 Correct Answer 1/1 bone hormones 1 The primary hormone in adult calcium homeostasis is: Student Response A. calcitonin B Vitamin D3 . Value 0% 0% C. growth hormone 0% D. estrogen 0% E. parathyroid hormone (PTH) 100% Score: 10. 0/1 Ossification 1 Correct Answer Feedback Endochondral ossification begins at about _____ in the developing embryo. Student Response Value A. 4 weeks 100% C. birth Feedback 0% B. 8 weeks Correct Answer 0% D 1.5 to 2 years 0% . after birth Score: 11. 0/1 Osteoporosis 2 Post-menopausal osteoporosis is characterized by ___ parathyroid hormone in the blood. Student Response Value 1. Higher than normal 100% Score: 12. Feedback 0% 2. Lower than normal Correct Answer 1/1 inferior view of skull Match parts with letters. A hard palate of maxilla B foramen magnum C occipital condyle D vomer bone E zygomatic arch Statement Response Value Correct Match A hard palate of maxilla 20.0% hard palate of maxilla B vomer bone 20.0% vomer bone C zygomatic arch 20.0% zygomatic arch D occipital condyle 20.0% occipital condyle E foramen magnum 20.0% foramen magnum Score: 1/1 13. pelvis Match letters with parts. A ischial tuberosity B greater sciatic notch C iliac crest D pubic crest E acetabulum Statement Response Value Correct Match A iliac crest 20.0% iliac crest B greater sciatic notch 20.0% greater sciatic notch C ischial tuberosity 20.0% ischial tuberosity D acetabulum 20.0% acetabulum E pubic crest 20.0% pubic crest Score: 14. 1/1 cranial floor Match bone parts with letters A sphenoid B foramen magnum C crista galli D cribriform plate E sella turcica Statement Response Value Correct Match A cribriform plate 20.0% cribriform plate B crista galli 20.0% crista galli C sella turcica 20.0% sella turcica D sphenoid 20.0% sphenoid E foramen magnum 20.0% foramen magnum Score: 1/1 15. skin cancer 2 What normally prevents keratinocytes of the stratum spinosum from becoming cancerous due to mutation from uv radiation is: Student Response Value 1. apoptosis Feedback 100% 2. melanin Correct Answer 0% 3. macrophages 0% 4. cells of the stratum corneum Score: 16. 0% 1/1 skin 1 Match the letters from the diagram with their descriptions. The sebacous gland B A sudoriferous gland C A dermal papilla A A pacinian corpuscle E The hypodermis D Statement Response Value Correct Match The sebacous gland B 0.0% E A sudoriferous gland C 0.0% B A dermal papilla A 20.0% A A pacinian corpuscle C 20.0% C The hypodermis D 20.0% D Score: 17. 0.6/1 skin 2 Match the letters from the diagram with their descriptions. Secretes an oily waterproofing A Produces sweat C Area which contains capillaries and touch receptors D Responds to deep pressure and vibration E A hypodermic syringe injects into this area...
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