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Section Title: The Pelvic Girdle and Lower LimbLearning Outcome: 7.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 24) The curve of the foot that runs from the calcaneus to the phalanges is the ________. Section Title: The Pelvic Girdle and Lower LimbLearning Outcome: 7.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 25) The longest, heaviest bone in the body is the ________. Section Title: The Pelvic Girdle and Lower LimbLearning Outcome: 7.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 26) The most stable point of attachment of the pectoral girdle to the axial skeleton is the ________. Section Title: The Pelvic Girdle and Lower LimbLearning Outcome: 7.2 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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27) The ________ make up the bones of the digits on both the hand and foot. Section Title: The Pelvic Girdle and Lower LimbLearning Outcome: 7.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 28) Closure of the epiphyseal plates usually occurs near the end of the developmental period known as ________. Section Title: Individual Variation in the Skeletal SystemLearning Outcome: 7.6Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge7.3 True/False Questions 1) A depression on the posterior side of the humerus is the coronoid fossa. Section Title: The Pectoral Girdle and Upper LimbLearning Outcome: 7.1Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 2) A small, anterior projection on the superior surface of the scapula is the coronoid process. Section Title: The Pectoral Girdle and Upper LimbLearning Outcome: 7.1Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 3) The coronoid process forms the inferior lip of the trochlear notch. Section Title: The Pectoral Girdle and Upper LimbLearning Outcome: 7.1Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 4) The depression in the head of the femur where a stabilizing ligament attaches is called the fovea capitis. Section Title: The Pelvic Girdle and Lower LimbLearning Outcome: 7.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 5) A roughened projection on the posterolateral border of the os coxae is the ischial tuberosity. Section Title: The Pelvic Girdle and Lower Limb Learning Outcome: 7.2 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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6) The pelvic inlet of a female pelvis is generally wider and more circular than that of a male pelvis. Section Title: The Pelvic Girdle and Lower LimbLearning Outcome: 7.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 7) The pelvic outlet tends to be larger in males than in females. Section Title: The Pelvic Girdle and Lower LimbLearning Outcome: 7.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 8) The pubic angle tends to be greater than 100 degrees in males. Section Title: The Pelvic Girdle and Lower LimbLearning Outcome: 7.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 9) The ischial spines are closer together in males than females. Section Title: The Pelvic Girdle and Lower LimbLearning Outcome: 7.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 10) The sacral curvature tends to arc more in males then in females.
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