A) the presence of the spinous processB) the presence of the bodyC) the presence of articulating facetsD) the presence of the transverse foramenE) the large size of the vertebraAnswer: DLearning Outcome: 6-7Bloom's Taxonomy: Understanding124) Structure E is the125) Structure F is the126) The spinal cord lies within the
127) The ridges that can be felt along the backbone, on the dorsal aspect of the body, are produced by theA) vertebral arches.B) dens.C) spinous processes.D) transverse processes.E) styloid processes.Answer: CLearning Outcome: 6-7Bloom's Taxonomy: Understanding128) Superior and inferior to the vertebral body lie the129) The bones that form the palms of the hands are the130) The ankle consists of ________ tarsal bones.
131) The clavicle articulates with theA) manubrium.B) ribs.C) humerus.D) body of the sternum.E) cervical vertebrae.Answer: ALearning Outcome: 6-8Bloom's Taxonomy: Remembering132) Which structural feature of the scapula articulates with the humerus?133) Which of the following is a carpal bone?134) The coxal bone forms by the fusion of which components?
135) The pectoral girdle consists of theA) clavicle and humerus.B) clavicle, scapula, and humerus.C) clavicle and scapula.D) clavicle, scapula, and sternum.E) scapula and humerus.Answer: CLearning Outcome: 6-8Bloom's Taxonomy: Remembering136) The trochlea is a structural feature of which bone?137) The sole of the foot is supported by the
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