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Unformatted text preview: 41) rotator cuff Which muscle is NOT a member of the rotator cuff? Student Response 1. Teres major 100% 2. supraspinatus 3. infraspinatus 4. subscapularis 0% 0% 0% Score: Value 0.08/0.08 37. 5) blocks active sites on actin Correct Answer Feedback A complex composed of which molecules blocks the active sites of actin, preventing crossbridge formation? Student Response 1. tropomyosintroponin 2. myosin-troponin 3. myosin-titin 4. tropomyosin-titin Score: Value Correct Answer Feedback 100% 0% 0% 0% 0.08/0.08 38. 6) ATP taken up At what point is ATP taken up from the sarcoplasm? Student Response 1. Reset of the myosin heads 2. Formation of actin myosin crossbridges 3. Swiveling of the myosin heads (the working stroke) 4. Detachment of myosin heads from actin. Score: 39. Value 0% 0% 0% 100% 0.08/0.08 Correct Answer Feedback 7) graded contractions What type of graded contractions is seen here? Student Response 1. quantal summation 2. frequency summation Score: Value Correct Answer Feedback 100% 0% 0.08/0.08 41. 9) creatine phosphate Which of the following is true about creatine phosphate: Student Response 1. It is produced from ATP and creatine during periods of rest. 2. It must be reconverted to Value 0% 0% Correct Answer Feedback Student Value Response ATP during muscle contraction. 3. It can provide for 0% an additional 1 to 1.5 minutes of intense muscle contraction 4. It increases 0% muscle strength 5. Answers 1 and 2 100% only. Correct Answer Score: 0.08/0.08 1. Feedback the distal epiphyseal plate The distal epiphyseal plate of long bones hardens at: Student Response A. 1.5 to 2 years after birth B. late teens C. early twenties D. birth Score: 2. Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 100% 0% 0/1 paranasal sinuses 1 Which of these is NOT one of the paranasal sinuses? Student Response 1. frontal sinus 2. sphenoid sinus 3. maxillary sinus 4. ethmoid sinus 5. mastoid sinus Score: 3. Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 0% 0% 100% 1/1 nasal cavity The primary bone which forms the nasal cavity is the: Student Value Response 1. nasal bone 0% 100% 2. ethmoid bone Correct Answer Feedback Student Value Response 3. sphenoid 0% bone 4. vomer bone 0% Score: 4. Correct Answer Feedback 1/1 os coxae The three bones of the os coxae come together at the: Student Value Response 1. glenoid 0% fossa 2. pubic 0% symphysis 3. acetabulum 100% 4. coccyx Score: 5. Correct Answer Feedback 0% 1/1 symphysis pubis The symphysis pubis is composed of: Student Response A. hyaline cartilage B. fibrous connective tissue C. fibrocartilage D. areolar tissue Score: 6. Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 100% 0% 1/1 The first cell in bone remodeling The cell which acts first in the process of remodeling in adult bone: Student Value Response A. osteoclast 100% Correct Answer Feedback B. osteoblast 0% C. osteocyte 0% D. mesenchyme 0% cell Score: 7. 1/1 Bone characteristics 1 The component responsible for the hardness and rigidity of bone is: Student Value Correct Answer Feedback 2. 3. 4. 5. Stud...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2013 for the course BIOL 239 taught by Professor Swan during the Fall '12 term at New Mexico.

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