Tibiofibular joint distal diarthrotic joint pubic

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Unformatted text preview: C 100% 4D . 0% 5. E 0% 6. F 0% 7. G 0% Score: 21. Correct Answer 0/1 action potential 6 The ion gates will not respond to a depolarizing stimulus during this period. Student Response Value 1. A 0% 2. B 0% 3. C 0% 4. D 0% 5. E 0% 6. F 100% 7. G 0% Score: 22. Correct Answer 0/1 extraocular and lumbricals 2 The extraoptical and lumbrical muscles would have which of the following in common: Student Response Value 1. both have predominantly white fibers 0% 2. both have very small motor units (many cells) 0% 3. both are composed primarily of fast twitch fibers. 0% 4. both utilize primarily anerobic metabolism 0% 5 all of the above . Score: 1/1 100% Correct Answer 23. forced inspiration The sternocleidomastoid and scalenes work together with the _____to raise and expand the ribcage in forced inspiration. Student Response Value 1. pectoralis major 0% 2. pectoralis minor 100% 3. teres major 0% 4. teres minor 0% Score: 24. Correct Answer 0/1 length-tension Muscles achieve their greatest tension: Student Response Value 1. stretched more than 20% beyond their resting length. 0% 2. shortened more than 20% beyond their resting length. 0% 3. between 80% and 120% of their resting length. 100% Score: 25. Correct Answer 1/1 binds calcium 1 Which of the following binds calcium ions: Student Response Value A. sarcoplasmic reticulum 50% B. troponin C 50% C. myosin 0% D. all of the above 0% E 1 and 2, but not 3 . Score: 26. Correct Answer 100% 1/1 myosin head reset 1 In order for myosin heads to detach from actin and reset, _____ must be available. Student Response A. Ca+2 B ATP . Value 0% 100% Correct Answer Student Response Value C. ADP and Pi 0% D. ACh 0% Score: 27. Correct Answer 1/1 extraocular and lumbricals The extraoptical and lumbrical muscles would have which of the following in common: Student Response Value 1. both are important postural muscles 0% 2. both have very large motor units (many cells) 0% 3. both are composed primarily of slow twitch red fibers. 0% 4. both utilize primarily aerobic metabolism 0% 5 none of the above . Score: 28. Correct Answer 100% 1/1 erector spinae and soleus The erector spinae and soleus would have which of the following in common: Student Response Value 1. both are important postural muscles 25% 2. both have very large motor units (many cells) 25% 3. both are composed primarily of slow twitch red fibers. 25% 4. both utilize primarily aerobic metabolism 25% 5 all of the above . 6. Answers A, B, and C only. Score: 29. Correct Answer 100% 0% 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% B. K + 0% C. Ca+2 0% Correct Answer Student Response D. ACh Score: 30. Value Correct Answer 0% 1/1 latissimus dorsi 2 The latissimus dorsi: Student Response Value 1. flexes the elbow 0% 2. extends the elbow 0% 3. abducts the humerus at the shoulder (glenohumeral joint) 0% 4 adducts the humerus at the shoulder (glenohumeral joint) . Score: 31. Correct Answer 100% 1/1 muscle cell types 3 Fast twitch red...
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