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Unformatted text preview: 1) joint injury What is the name of the joint injury in which the bone becomes dislocated from its position in the socket of the joint? Student Response 1. sprain 2. strain 3. luxation 0% 0% 100% 4. separation 0% Score: Value Correct Answer Feedback 0.07/0.07 26. 32) mucous membranes Which type of muscle is found in layers of the mucous membranes of the respiratory and digestive systems? Student Response 1. cardiac muscle 2. skeletal muscle 3. single unit smooth muscle 4. multiunit smooth muscle Score: Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 100% 0% 0.07/0.07 27. 33) cardiac muscle Cardiac muscle cells allow an impulse to pass through the entire network of cells due to their: Student Response 1. intercalated disks 2. gap junctions 3. canaliculi 4. Sharpey's fibers Score: Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 100% 0% 0% 0.07/0.07 28. 34) insulation and shock absorption The tissue important in insulation and shock absorption is: Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback Student Response 2. dense regular 3. adipose 0% 100% 4. areolar 0% Score: Value Correct Answer Feedback 0.07/0.07 29. 35) feedback In order for a process to be self-regulated it would use: Student Value Response 100% 1. negative feedback 2. positive feedback 0% 3. no feedback 0% Score: Correct Answer Feedback 0.08/0.08 30. 36) adipose Adipose tissue located in the ___ would be used to determine nutritional condition at time of death. Student Response 1. red marrow 2. yellow marrow 3. subcutaneous 4. mesenteries Score: Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 100% 0% 0% 0.08/0.08 31. 37) calcium supplements Calcium supplements would not be advised in the early treatment of: Student Value Response 1. post-menopausal 100% osteoporosis Correct Answer Feedback Student Response 2. senile osteoporosis Score: Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0.08/0.08 32. 38) head flexion Which muscles are the agonist and antagonist for head flexion? Student Response 1. trapeziussternocleidomastoid 2. splenius capitussternocleidomastoid 3. scalenessternocleidomastoid 4. sternocleidomastoidsplenius capitus Score: Value Correct Answer Feedback Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 0% 100% 0.08/0.08 33. 39) head rotation Head rotation is the result of: Student Response Value sternocleidomastoid 100% 1. muscles working unilaterally. 2. sternocleidomastoid 0% muscles working bilaterally. Score: 0.08/0.08 34. 4) action potential travels to the: The action potential travels to the _____ to enter the muscle cell. Student Response 1. T-tubules Value 100% Correct Answer Feedback Student Response 2. sarcoplasmic reticulum 3. troponin 4. tropomyosin Score: Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 0% 0.08/0.08 35. 40) shoulder abduction Which muscles are the agonist and antagonist for shoulder abduction? Student Value Response 1. Trapezius, 0% rhomboid major and minor 2. Deltoid, pectoralis 100% major 3. Pectoralis major, 0% pectoralis minor 4. Deltoid, 0% supraspinatus 5. Latissimus dorsi, 0% pectoralis major Score: Correct Answer Feedback 0.08/0.08 36....
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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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