Femoral n. with spinal roots
Musculocutaneous n. and branches
Brachial plexus and branches
Lumbar plexus and branches
Musculocutaneous n with spinal roots
Name: Lindsy Townsend
Module: Body orientation
Test topic: My structures/General terms and regions
Test type: Multiple choice
Percent correct: 93%
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Anatomy & Phy
Student Answer Sheet for Mystery Hormone Lab
I. Where are each of the hormones produced?
TRH - Hypothalamus
TSH Pituitary gland
ACTH Pituitary gland
Cortisol Adrenal gland
LH Pituitary gland
FSH Pituitary g
Predict Question: As the load on the muscle increases, what will happen to the latent period, the shortening velocity, the
distance that the weight moves, and the contraction duration?
Your answer : b. The latent perio
Predict Question: As the stimulus voltage is increased from 1.0 volt up to 10 volts, what will happen to the amount of active
force generated with each stimulus?
Your answer : c. The active force will first increase an
Predict Question: As the resting length of the muscle is changed, what will happen to the amount of total force the muscle
generates during the stimulated twitch?
Your answer : a. An increase in muscle length will incr
Predict Question: If the stimulator is briefly turned off for defined periods of time, what will happen to the length of time that
the muscle is able to sustain maximal developed tension when the stimulator is turned o
Predict Question: As the stimulus frequency increases further, what will happen to the muscle tension and twitch
appearance with each successive stimulus? Will there be a limit to this response?
Your answer : d. As the
Predict Question: Will changes to the stimulus voltage alter the duration of the latent period?
Your answer : b. No, changing the stimulus voltage will not change the latent period duration.
Stop & Think Questions:
Predict Question 1: As the stimulus frequency increases, what will happen to the muscle force generated with each
successive stimulus? Will there be a limit to this response?
Your answer : d. As the stimulus frequency
Trouble: certain terminology (mental, olecranal, etc)
On the lab, certain regions which used common names (back, heel, sole, neck, hand etc.) and regions I
was asked to identify which were very close to others (lumbar/sacral)
Left flank/left lumbar
What was the most interesting homeostatic imbalance topic covered in chapter 15?
Why do you think it's the most interesting?
They imbalance that was most interesting to me was astigmatism. I wear glasses/contacts
in order to correct an astigmatism howe
If you could be one lobe of the cerebrum, which would it be? Why?
If I could be one lobe of the cerebrum, I would be the frontal lobe. The frontal lobe controls
many things, including problem solving, multitasking, and planning. I really enjoy planning
1. Look up the process of tanning. Now, explain that process using the terms for the
integumentary system you learned this week.
The first thing you need to do is to take the dermal and epidermal layers off of the dead animal.
This skin then needs to be c
1. What was one hormone (or function of a hormone) that was new to you?
Prior to studying this chapter, I was not very familiar with very many hormones and as a
result, most of the hormones and their functions were new to me. An example of one of
Here are your questions for this week:
In your assignment in Mastering, which explanation did you prefer on muscle contraction
process, the A&P Flix or InteractivePhysiology? Why?
I appreciated both of them together. The A&P Flix was able to give a gre