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Unformatted text preview: 5. Which of the following acts synergistically with #14 in placing the leg when walking: (A) gluteus minimus, (B) gracilis, (C) iliopsoas, (D) vastus lateralis. 16. Uniaxial joints can: (A) flex, (B) extend, (C) abduct, (D) adduct, (E) all of the above, (F) A and B only, (G) B and C only. 17. The intervertebral discs and symphysis pubis are both: of the head. (A) symphyses, (B) amphiarthroses, (C) syndesmoses, (D) synchondroses, (E) All of the above, (F) A and B only. Muscular System Sample Questions 1, 2. The soleus is a muscle primarily used in ___(1)____ and would therefore tend to have ___(2)____ size motor units. class=Section3> Answers for #1: (A) posture, (B) active climbing, (C) vertebral extension, (D) leg abduction, Answers for #2: (E) large, (F) small, (G) intermediate. 3. The rotator cuff includes all but which of the following muscles: (A) teres minor, (B) trapezius, (C) subscapularis, (D) supraspinatus. class=Section4> 4. The muscle which helps stabilize the femur and is often the cause of spasm leading to sciatica is: (A) gluteus maximus, (B) gluteus minimus, (C) piriformis, (D) iliopsoas, (E) tensor fascia latae. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Questions 5 through 9 utilize the sarcomere diagram which follows: Use only letters indicated. 5. The dark striations are produced by D Use A, B, C, or D only. 6. Troponin and tropomyosin are part of: Use E, F, or G only 7. Which band shortens when the muscle contracts? Use A, B, C, or D only. 8. Which protein is part of serial elastic elements of the muscle? Use E, F, or G only 9. ATP binds to: Use E, F, or G only Questions 10 through 12 apply to diagrams below. Assume electrical stimulation of a muscle. Diagram A 10. Which of these diagrams shows a controlled, graded, contraction? A or B 11. Which diagram shows an increase in the number of cells or motor units responding? A or B 12. Which of the diagrams shows a warmup of a given set of muscle cells? A or B Diagram B 13. Tetanus is: (A) a contracture only seen in artificial experiments, (B) a normal sustained contraction due to high frequency stimulation. (C) warmup of a given set of muscle cells, (D) an abnormal disease process only. 14. Lactic acid oxygen debt must be paid back by: (A) anerobic glycolysis, (B) phosphagen system, (C) aerobic respiration. 15. A cholinesterase inhibitor results in: (A) too much ACh attached to receptors, (B) too little ACh attached to receptors. 16. Slow twitch fibers utilize which of the following for their extended ATP supply: (A) glycolysis, (B) phosphagen system, (C) aerobic respiration. 17. Training increases the number of mitochondria in: (A) white fibers, (B) red fibers. 18. Creatine phosphate is extensively stored in: (A) white fibers, (B) red fibers. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 19 through 24 Matching: Answers may be used more than once or not at all. (A) tropomyosin, (B) tro...
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