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5 Matching questions

  1. Cerebellum
  2. In the opposite direction the body segment is moving
  3. Brainstem
  4. Stabilizer
  5. Multipennate
  1. a An example of muscles where the fibers run obliquely, and which have smaller range of motion but greater strength potential
  2. b The part of the brain which controls life-supporting functions (heart rate, respiratory rate) is the
  3. c A convex surface will move on a concave surface
  4. d A muscle or muscle group that supports a part to allow the agonist to move more efficiently is called a
  5. e The part of the brain that controls coordination of movement and equalibrium is the

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The ability of a muscle to return to resting length after the stretching or shortening force had been removed is called
  2. During a _____ reaction the insertion moves toward the orgin
  3. The Sartorius muscle is an example of a _________ muscle
  4. During a contraction the muslce length shortens as the muscle attachment moves toward each other
  5. The radius is what type of bone

5 True/False questions

  1. FusiformThe Biceps Brachii is a _____ muscle

          

  2. EccentricallyIn the anatomical position when the elbow moves from flexion to extension while slowing the effects of gravity the biceps brachii is moving

          

  3. Pectoralis majorAn example of a muscle with the a triangular muscle fiber arrangement

          

  4. VWhich of the following cranial nerves has a sensory and motor function

          

  5. RectilinearThe type of movement that occurs when you push a box across the floor is termed

          

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