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True or false? Once osteoclasts are surrounded by bone, they're called osteoblasts?
True or false? The ends of long bones are called epiphyses?
True or false? Condyles are found on the distal ends of the femur, humerus, and scapula?
Compact bone consists of tightly compacted cylunders of bone called?
Blood vessels pass through countless tiny channels in bone called?
Intramembranosus bone formation occurs only in?
Certain skull bones
Yellow bone marrow can revert to?
Red bone marrow
Which common bone feature is a somewhat sphericle articular surface on the proximal end of long bones?
The processes of the humerus are called?
The processes on the femur are called?
What is c2?
What is the caudal vertebrae?
What vertebrae is dorsal to the abdomen?
What is c1?
What vertebrae is firmly attached to the ilium?
What vertabrae is associated with the ribs?
The bone that forms the lower jaw is called the?
Scrolls of bone in the canine nasal cavity are called? Which help filter and moisten the air it passes through the nose.
The bone that supports the base of the tongue and aids in swallowing is called the ?
The most cranial nine pairs of ribs in the dog directly connect to the?
The pelivic symphysis is an example of which type ofjoint?
Which is a deep ball and socket joint in dogs and cats?
Which joint has menisci?
Which stricture within a synovial joint is continuous with the periosteum of the articulating bones?
Oxygen and nutrients are primarily supplied to the hyaline cartilage on the articulating surfaces of a synovial joint by?
Movement at a joint that brings a limb away from the midline is called?
Movement at a joint that brings the long bones on either side of the joint is called?
What are digits that do not bear weight?
The most cranial bone in the pelvis is?
The most caudal bone in the pelvis is?
The bone in the pelvis that liex ventrally is?
The 3 bones lf the pelvis guse together in a region called? Which articulates with the head oc the femur.
What is a thick filament protien?
What transmitts contractile signals to the myofibrils?
What is a thin filament protien?
What muscle flexes the elbow?
What muscle extends the elbow?
Name 3 typex of muscle
Straited, smooth, and cardiac
What control is each muscle?
Straited= voluntary, smooth= involuntary, cardiac= involuntary
The neurotransmitter responsible for the initiation of muscle contraction is?
The area from 1 z line to the next the line is called a?
When muscle groups rely on anearobic respiration, what accumulates in the muscle and can lead to muscle fatigue and soreness?
True or false? Stretching of the smooth muscle in the walls of the uterus causes more forceful contractions?
True or false? All smooth muscle can contract without external stimuli?
True or false? Smooth muscle walls dont contain t tubules?
Rhythmic contraction of smooth muscle is referred to as?
The 2 types of smooth muscle are?
Viseral and multiunit
All domestic mammals have __ cervical vertebrae?
Which bone forms the rostral wall of the cranial cavity?
The transverse processes of the first cervical vertebrae are also known as the?
The second and forth metacarpal bones in the horse are commonly called the?
The teeth in the lower jaw are directly anchored into which structure?
the body of the mandible
The opening of the cranial cavity through which the spinal cord travels to connect with the brain is called the?
which vertebrae are normally fused together to form a solid mass of bone?
a species with great ability to rotate the foreleg would be expected to show which anatomical characteristic in the bones of the foreleg?
a complete ulna unfused to the radius
What pair of structures forms the hip joint?
acetabulum and femoral head
an injury to the olecranon would most likely cause pain and disuse of which joint?
the shoulder joint is made up of which articular surfaces?
glenoid cavity of scapula and head of humerus
in the dog and cat, sesamoid bones are associated with which joint?
joint between metacarpal bone and first phalanx
which bones make up the elbow joint?
humerus, radius, and ulna
the groups of muscles collectively called the hamstring muscles include the?
biceps femoris, semimembranous, and semitendinosus
which muscle flexes the shoulder joint?
a drug that decreases peristalsis would be one that?
decreases contraction in smooth muscle
what happens when the tricep muscle contracts?
the shoulder flexes, and the elbow extends
muscle soreness and fatigue in a racehorse after a long and strenuous race is a result of?
anaerobic metabolism, which leads to lactic acid deficiency in the muscles
which muscle flexes the tarsus and extends the digits?
cranial tibial muscles
if a drug caused a sudden release of large amounts of calcium in skeletal muscle, from which structure would calcium come?
the patella is embedded in the tendon of which muscle?
the neurotransmitter that initiates the events that lead to contraction of skeletal muscle is?
which muscle seperates the thorax and abdomen and aids in breathing?
one unique anatomical feature of cardiac muscle, which isnt seen in skeletal or smooth muscle is?
blood vessels, lymphatic vessels, and nerves travel through compact bone via the ?
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