bio final pt 4

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  1. Once the adult bone is formed it remains largely intact and unchanged until old age when osteoporosis may develop.
    false
  2. Place these events of bone repair in the correct order 1.Fibrocartilagenous callus fills the space between broken bones. 2.Osteoblasts and osteoclasts become active in remodeling. 3.A hemotoma fills space between broken bones. 4.A bony callus joins broken bones together.
    3,1,4,2
  3. Which of the following is NOT true of bone development in the embryo?
    Endochondral ossification is completed before birth.
  4. Healthy ligaments and tendons are necessary for the stabilization of synovial joints.
    true
  5. Osteoblasts and osteoclasts are not active in adult bone unless a fracture occurs.
    false
  6. The primary function of spongy bone is to:
    produces blood cells
  7. In an adolescent and young adult, limbs continue to increase in length as long as growth plates are present.
    true
  8. Fluid filled sacs of some synovial joints.
    bursae
  9. Bone forming cells.
    osteoblasts
  10. Medically correct term for "joints" where bones come together.
    articulations
  11. Mature bone cells.
    osteocyte
  12. Breakdown bone during the process of bone remodeling.
    osteoclasts
  13. Hollow cavities within the skull.
    sinuses
  14. Freely moveable joint surrounded by a fluid filled cavity.
    synovial joint
  15. Slightly moveable joint.
    cartilaginous joint
  16. Immoveable joint
    fibrous joint
  17. Synovial joint allowing only rotation
    pivot joint
  18. Synovial joint allowing movement in one direction only.
    hinge joint
  19. Most moveable of the synovial joints.
    ball and socket joint
  20. Muscle protein comprising the thin filaments of myofibrils
    actin
  21. Layers of connective tissue surround muscle
    fascia
  22. Contractile units of muscle contains the myofibrils
    muscular fiber
  23. Muscle protein comprising the thick filaments of myofibrils
    myosin
  24. Fibrous connective tissue that connects skeletal muscle to bone.
    tendon
  25. Is the following descriptive of Slow Twitch or Fast Twitch muscle fibers?MORE HELPFUL IN ENDURANCE-BASED SPORTS SUCH AS MARATHON RUNNING.
    slow twitch
  26. Which type of muscle fiber is described by the following: CONTRACT MORE RAPIDLY
    fast twitch fibers
  27. Which of the following is NOT dependent on skeletal muscle?
    movement of waste into the large intestine
  28. According to the Americam Medical Association estimates, 23% of American couples are infertile.
    false
  29. During ovulation a single secondary oocyte is released from a vesicular (Graafian) follicle.
    true
  30. In Gamete Intrafallopian Transfer (GIFT), which is more successful than traditional IVF procedures, the eggs and sperm are placed in the oviducts immediately after they have been brought together.
    true
  31. Mike and Cheri have had frequent intercourse, without the use of birth control, for five months. Since they have not yet achieved pregnancy Cheri's doctor is likely to recommend that they use IVF procedures.
    false
  32. The endometrium is normally only thickened and vascular during pregnancy.
    false
  33. Menstruation occurs in the nonpregnant female because of the degeneration of the corpus luteum.
    true
  34. Oogenesis produces four haploid oocytes.
    false
  35. Nuclear division in sex cells occurs by meiosis.
    true
  36. A normal male karyotype is one chromosome different than a normal female karyotype.
    true
  37. At-home pregnancy tests detect the presence of estrogen in the urine.
    false

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