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Unformatted text preview: 0% 5E . 100% 6. F 0% 7. G 100% Score: 43. Feedback 0% 2. B Correct Answer 1/1 connective tissues d A _____ is a tendinous structure that prevents the displacement of other tendons or ligaments and holds them in their normal positions. Student Response Value A epimysium . 0% C. endomysium 0% D. retinaculum 100% Score: 44. Feedback 0% B. perimysium Correct Answer 0/1 rotator cuff Which muscle listed is not a member of the rotator cuff muscles? Student Response Value 1. subscapularis 0% 2. infraspinatus 0% 3. supraspinatus 0% 4 teres major . 5. teres minor Score: 45. 100% 0% 1/1 erector spinae and soleus Correct Answer Feedback The erector spinae and soleus would have which of the following in common: Student Response 1. both are important postural muscles Value Correct Answer Feedback 25% 2. both have very 25% large motor units (many cells) 3. both are 25% composed primarily of slow twitch red fibers. 4. both utilize primarily aerobic metabolism 25% 5. all of the above 100% 6. Answers A, B, 75% and C only. Score: 46. 0.75/1 contraction trigger 1 The trigger which causes vesicles of acetylcholine to move to the axon membrane and release ACh is: Student Response A. AChase B Ca . +2 Value Feedback 0% 100% C. Na+ 0% D. K+ 0% Score: 47. Correct Answer 1/1 ion movement 2 In response to acetylcholine binding to post-synaptic receptors, _____ flows across the sarcolemma into the muscle cell. Student Response A. Na+ Value 100% Correct Answer Feedback Student Response + Value BK . 0% D. ACh 0% Score: 48. Feedback 0% C. Ca+2 Correct Answer 0/1 latissimus dorsi 3 The latissimus dorsi and teres major are: Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback Correct Answer Feedback 1. synergists in 0% abducting the arm 2. synergists in 100% adducting the arm 3. members of the 0% rotator cuff muscle group 4 antagonists in 0% . their action on the brachium Score: 49. 0/1 muscle cell types B Slow twitch red fibers have: Student Response Value 1. abundant myoglobin 33% 2. a rich blood supply 33% 3. many mitochondria 33% 4. stored glycogen 0% 5. All of the above 0% 6. Answers A, B, 100% and C only Score: 1/1 50. muscle cell types 1 White fibers utilize _____ to provide energy for metabolism. Student Response Value 1. the phosphagen system 50% 3. aerobic metabolism Feedback 50% 2. anerobic glycolysis Correct Answer 0% 4. all of the above 0% 5 answers A and 100% . B only Score: 51. 1/1 muscle movements 3AA In movement A, performed from a standing position as shown, the _____ is contracting (generating tension) eccentrically. Student Response Value 1. erector spinae Feedback 100% 2. rectus abdominus Correct Answer 0% 3. sternocleidomastoid 0% 4. gluteus maximus 0% 5. iliopsoas 0% Score: 52. 0/1 muscle movements 2B The movement shown as B is ___ of the thigh. Student Response Value 1. flexion 100% 2. extension 0% 3. abduction 0% 4. adduction 0% 5. rotation 0% Correct Answer Feedback Score: 53. 1/1 muscle movements 4D The agonist for dorsiflexion would be: Student Response Value 1. the muscle colored red Correct Answer Feedback 100% 2. the muscle 0% colored green Score: 54. 1/1 muscle...
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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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