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Week 3 Quiz
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Part 1 of 6 - | 18.0/ 21.0 Points|
Question 1 of 32| 3.0/ 3.0 Points|
The endosteum |
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| A. lines the medullary cavity.| |
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| B. is the unit of compact bone.| |
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| C. contains red bone marrow.| |
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| D. surrounds the bone surface.| |
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| E. is the end of long bones.| |

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Question 2 of 32| 3.0/ 3.0 Points|
The site where bone growth occurs in a long bone is the |
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| A. periosteum.| |
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| B. epiphysis.| |
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| C. epiphyseal plate.| |
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| D. diaphysis.| |
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| E. articular cartilage.| |

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Question 3 of 32| 0.0/ 3.0 Points|
The replacement of cartilage by bone is called intramembranous ossification. | True|
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Question 4 of 32| 3.0/ 3.0 Points|
The decrease of estrogen levels in females after the age of 40 increases the loss of calcium from bones. | True|
False|
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Question 5 of 32| 3.0/ 3.0 Points|
The epiphyseal plate allows the diaphysis of the bone to increase in diameter. | True|
False|
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Question 6 of 32| 3.0/ 3.0 Points|
Fat is stored in |
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| A. yellow bone marrow.| |
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| B. spongy bone.| |
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| C. red bone marrow.| |
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| D. articular cartilage.| |
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| E. compact bone.| |

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Question 7 of 32| 3.0/ 3.0 Points|
The brain is protected by cranial bones. |
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False|
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Part 2 of 6 - | 15.0/ 21.0 Points|
Question 8 of 32| 0.0/ 3.0 Points|
The posterior cruciate ligament extends posteriorly and laterally from the tibia to the femur. | True|
False|
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Question 9 of 32| 0.0/ 3.0 Points|
Synarthroses are slightly moveable joints. |
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False|
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Question 10 of 32| 3.0/ 3.0 Points|
A suture is a fibrous joint. |
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False|
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Question 11 of 32| 3.0/ 3.0 Points|
All of the following are structural classifications of joints EXCEPT | |
| A. synarthrosis.| |
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| B. fibrous.| |
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| C. cartilaginous.| |
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| D. synovial.| |
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| E. All of the above are correct.| |

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Question 12 of 32| 3.0/ 3.0 Points|
Which of the following is a cartilaginous joint? |
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| A. syndesmosis| |
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| B. gomphosis| |
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| C. suture| |
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| D. symphysis| |
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| E. diarthrosis| |

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Question 13 of 32| 3.0/ 3.0 Points|
A joint in which the connecting material is a broad flat disc of fibrocartilage is a | |
| A. suture.| |
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| B. symphysis.| |
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| C. synchondrosis.| |
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| D. syndesmosis.| |
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| E. gomphosis.| |

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Question 14 of 32| 3.0/ 3.0 Points|
Ligaments are commonly found in synovial joints. |
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Part 3 of 6 - | 21.0/ 24.0 Points|
Question 15 of 32| 0.0/ 3.0 Points|
The point of attachment of a muscle (by means of a tendon) to the stationary bone is called the | |
| A. fixation.| |
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| B. head.| |
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| C. ligation.| |
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| D. insertion.| |
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| E. origin.| |

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Question 16 of 32| 3.0/ 3.0 Points|
A motor unit is all the: |
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| A. muscle fascicles found in a single muscle.| |
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| B. muscle fibers controlled by a single motor neuron.| | |
| C. myofibrils in a single muscle fiber.| |
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| D. muscles involved in a single movement.| |
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| E. none of the above.| |

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