2009 Final Exam - CHA 101 FINAL EXAM Winter Quarter PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS prior to beginning the test 1 DO NOT begin until instructed to do so

2009 Final Exam - CHA 101 FINAL EXAM Winter Quarter PLEASE...

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C H A 1 0 1 F I N A L E X A MC H A 1 0 1 F I N A L E X A M Winter Quarter March 19, 2009 PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS priorto beginning the test.1.DO NOTbegin until instructed to do so. 2.You will have two hoursto complete this exam. All exams must be turned in within 5 minutes after the allotted time. Exams submitted after that time WILL NOTbe accepted. 3.Read all questions carefully. No questions concerning the content of the exam will be answered during the exam period. A “gripe sheet” has been attached at the end of the exam if you believe a question is vague or ambiguous. However, if you find a mistake on the exam, please bring it to the attention of an instructor or TA and an announcement will be made to the entire class. 4.PRINT YOUR NAME CLEARLYon the scantron form. Print and bubble in your student ID number on the scantron. Bubble in Test Form A. 5.Please erase all corrections completely. GOOD LUCK!
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Page 2 1.The correct way to describe rotation of a limb bone is based on the direction the ____________ surface moves. A.medial B.lateral C.anterior D.posterior E.inferior 2.What passes through the intervertebral foramina? 3.Where are the cell bodies of the preganglionic sympathetic neurons that synapse in the superior cervical sympathetic ganglion? 4.The pectoralis major muscle 5.Abduction of the arm above 120° A. requires the action of the coracobrachialis muscle B. is not possible C. requires rotation of the scapula D. can be accomplished by contracting both the supraspinatus and deltoid muscles E. is prevented by the subacromial bursa
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Page 3 6.The biceps brachii muscle is innervated by a nerve that comes from the _______________ of the brachial plexus. 7.This muscle in the anterior compartment of the forearm is the
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