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Question 1 / 20
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Bone tissue cells are derived from this stem cell found in the periosteum and endosteum.

  Osteoclasts
  Osteoblasts
  Bone lining cells
  Osteocytes
  Osteogenic cells






























































Question 2 / 20
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The alternating attachment and detachment of the myosin head to its binding site on actin in response to ATP is termed

  Stimulation
  Contraction
  Cross-bridge cycling
  Extension
  Muscle twitch






























































Question 3 / 20
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Which of the following is/are type(s) of cartilaginous joints?

  Synchondroses
  Syndesmoses
  Symphyses
  A and B
  A and C






























































Question 4 / 20
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Which of the following ligaments prevent hyperextension of the knee joint?

  Fibular Collateral Ligament
  Oblique Popliteal Ligament
  Arcuate Popliteal Ligament
  A and B
  All the Above






























































Question 5 / 20
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Generally speaking, the least movable joint classification is/are

  Cartilaginous
  Synovial
  Fibrous
  Diathroses
  Amphiarthroses






























































Question 6 / 20
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These are mature bone cells that occupy spaces called lacunae and also serve as "stress sensors" within the tissue

  Osteocytes
  Osteoclasts
  Osteogenic cells
  Bone Lining Cells
  Osteoblasts






























































Question 7 / 20
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Which of the following muscles are NOT associated with the rotator cuff?

  Supraspinatus
  Infraspinatus
  Teres Minor
  Trapezius
  Subscapularis






























































Question 8 / 20
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This movement refers to the motion of the radius around the ulna, rotating the arm superiorly or anteriorly

  Supination
  Rotation
  Pronation
  Flexion
  Dorsiflexion






























































Question 9 / 20
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Which of the following joint types are examples of uniaxial joints?

  Plane
  Hinge
  Condylar
  A and B
  B and C






























































Question 10 / 20
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Which of the following is/are a major function(s) of muscle tissue?

  Producing Movement
  Maintaining Posture
  Stabilizing Joints
  A and C
  All the Above






























































Question 11 / 20
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This type of muscle fiber is especially good all short, intense workouts due to its dependence on glycogen reserves, fast acting myosin ATPases, and independence of oxygen.

  Fast glycolytic fibers
  Slow glycolytic fibers
  Fast oxidative fibers
  Slow oxidative fibers
  Fast aerobic fibers






























































Question 12 / 20
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Action potentials access the inferior of muscle fibers via the

  Sarcolemma
  Sarcoplasmic Reticulum
  T Tubules
  Sacroplasm
  Sarcomeres






























































Question 13 / 20
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This portion of the long bone forms the long axis of the bone.

  Epiphysis
  Metaphysis
  Diaphysis
  Ependophysis






























































Question 14 / 20
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The meniscus of a knee consists of

  Elastic cartilage
  Hyaline cartilage
  Fibrocartilage
  Costal cartilage
  Articular cartilage






























































Question 15 / 20
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Which of the following pairs of bones are joined by gomphosis joint?

  Humerus and unla
  Parietal and frontal bone
  Tooth and socket
  Fibula and tibia
  Femur and pelvis






























































Question 16 / 20
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This anatomical feature is typically associated with synovial joints but is not technically a part of the joint. It serves as a "bag of lubricant" that reduces friction between adjacent structures

  Articular cartilage
  Fibrocartilage
  Fibrous tissue
  Synovial fluid
  Bursae






























































Question 17 / 20
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Which protein of the sarcomere directly responds to influx of calcium into the cell?

  Tropomyosin
  Troppnin
  Actin
  Myosin
  Myosin head






























































Question 18 / 20
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The process where hyaline cartilage is replaced by bone tissue called

  Intramembranous Ossification
  Inorganic Ossification
  Endochrondral Ossification
  Hyaline Ossification
  Hypochondral Ossification






























































Question 19 / 20
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This filamentous protein blocks access to binding sites on actin that are associated with myosin head groups during the power stroke.

  Troponin
  Tropoactin
  Tropomyosin
  Calmodulin
  Sacronin






























































Question 20 / 20
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Which of the is NOT a feature of a synovial joint?

  Cartilage
  Cavity
  Fluid
  Synostoses
  Blood Vessels































































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