Section 10 - The Muscular System

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´╗┐Section 10 - The Muscular System Introduction to Muscles Lever Systems Origins Insertions Action $100 $ 100 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 FINAL ROUND

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Introduction to Muscles: $100 Question The deltoid muscle is named for its ________. a. activity b. area c. shape d. measure ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Introduction to Muscles: $100 Answer The deltoid muscle is named for its ________. a. activity b. area c. shape d. measure BACK TO GAME

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Introduction to Muscles: $200 Question Which of the accompanying is not a useful characterization of muscle? a. Agonist b. Opponent c. Hero d. Synergist ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Introduction to Muscles: $200 Answer Which of the accompanying is not an utilitarian grouping of muscle? a. Agonist b. Adversary c. Hero d. Synergist BACK TO GAME

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Introduction to Muscles: $300 Question Synergistic muscles that immobilize a joint are likewise named ________. a. agonists b. fixators c. prime movers d. adversaries ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Introduction to Muscles: $300 Answer Synergistic muscles that immobilize a joint are likewise named ________. a. agonists b. fixators c. prime movers d. enemies BACK TO GAME

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Introduction to Muscles: $400 Question Sphincter muscles have which fascicular design? a. Roundabout b. United c. Parallel d. Pennate ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Introduction to Muscles: $400 Answer Sphincter muscles have which fascicular design? a. Roundabout b. Concurrent c. Parallel d. Pennate BACK TO GAME

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Introduction to Muscles: $500 Question Which fascicular game plan has a tendency to be found in the most effective muscles? a. Round b. United c. Parallel d. Pennate ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Introduction to Muscles: $500 Answer Which fascicular game plan has a tendency to be found in the most capable muscles? a. Roundabout b. Merged c. Parallel d. Pennate BACK TO GAME

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Lever Systems: $100 Question ________ serve as levers on your body. a. Muscles b. Joints c. Ligaments d. Bones ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Lever Systems: $100 Answer ________ serve as levers on your body. a. Muscles b. Joints c. Ligaments d. Bones BACK TO GAME

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Lever Systems: $200 Question ________ serve as a support on your body. a. Muscles b. Joints c. Ligaments d. Bones ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Lever Systems: $200 Answer ________ serve as a support on your body. a. Muscles b. Joints c. Ligaments d. Bones BACK TO GAME

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Lever Systems: $300 Question Levers that work at a mechanical preferred standpoint are called ________ levers. a. speed b. control c. second rate class d. stack ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Lever Systems: $300 Answer Levers that work at a mechanical preferred standpoint are called ________ levers. a. speed b. control c. second rate class d. stack BACK TO GAME

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Lever Systems: $400 Question Levers that work with awesome speed, and are dependably at a mechanical hindrance, are the ________. a. top of the line levers b. menial levers c. second rate class levers d. The majority of the above play out along these lines. Reply BACK TO GAME

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Lever Systems: $400 Answer Levers that work with incredible speed, and are dependably at a mechanical disservice, are the ________. a. five star levers b. inferior levers c. second rate class levers d. The majority of the above play out along these lines. BACK TO GAME

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Lever Systems: $500 Question Most of the skeletal muscles in our bodies are named ________. a. top notch b. useless c. second rate class d. The majority of the above are similarly dispersed in our bodies. Reply BACK TO GAME

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Lever Systems: $500 Answer Most of the skeletal muscles in our bodies are delegated ________. a. top of the line b. inferior c. second rate class d. The greater part of the above are similarly disseminated in our bodies. BACK TO GAME

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Origins: $100 Question The birthplace of the triceps brachii is on the ________. a. scapula b. humerus c. scapula and humerus d. clavicle, scapula, and humerus ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Origins: $100 Answer The starting point of the triceps brachii is on the ________. a. scapula b. humerus c. scapula and humerus d. clavicle, scapula, and humerus BACK TO GAME

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Origins: $200 Question A muscle that does not start from the ribs is the _________. a. pectoralis minor b. serratus front c. rectus abdominis d. pectoralis significant ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Origins: $200 Answer A muscle that does not begin from the ribs is the _________. a. pectoralis minor b. serratus foremost c. rectus abdominis d. pectoralis major BACK TO GAME

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Origins: $300 Question Which of these is not a beginning of the trapezius? a. Occipital bone b. Thoracic vertebrae c. Scapula d. Ligamentum nuchae ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Origins: $300 Answer Which of these is not a starting point of the trapezius? a. Occipital bone b. Thoracic vertebrae c. Scapula d. Ligamentum nuchae BACK TO GAME

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Origins: $400 Question This stomach muscles begins from the pubic symphysis. a. Rectus abdominis b. Outer slanted c. Inside sideways d. Transversus abdominis ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Origins: $400 Answer This abs begins from the pubic symphysis. a. Rectus abdominis b. Outer angled c. Interior diagonal d. Transversus abdominis BACK TO GAME

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Origins: $500 Question Which muscle aggregate does not have a birthplace on the pelvic support? a. Hamstrings b. Gluteals c. Abs d. They all have starting points on the pelvic support. Reply BACK TO GAME

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Origins: $500 Answer Which muscle assemble does not have a cause on the pelvic support? a. Hamstrings b. Gluteals c. Abs d. They all have starting points on the pelvic support. BACK TO GAME

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Insertions: $100 Question The addition of the sternocleidomastoid is ________. a. the clavicle b. the sternum c. the fleeting bone d. the clavicle and the sternum ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Insertions: $100 Answer The addition of the sternocleidomastoid is ________. a. the clavicle b. the sternum c. the worldly bone d. the clavicle and the sternum BACK TO GAME

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Insertions: $200 Question Which muscle embeds onto the olecranon procedure? a. Biceps brachii b. Triceps brachii c. Latissimus dorsi d. Pectoralis real ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Insertions: $200 Answer Which muscle embeds onto the olecranon procedure? a. Biceps brachii b. Triceps brachii c. Latissimus dorsi d. Pectoralis major BACK TO GAME

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Insertions: $300 Question The tibial tuberosity is the addition purpose of which muscle assemble? a. Quadriceps femoris b. Adductor aggregate c. Hamstrings d. Triceps surae ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Insertions: $300 Answer The tibial tuberosity is the inclusion purpose of which muscle aggregate? a. Quadriceps femoris b. Adductor bunch c. Hamstrings d. Triceps surae BACK TO GAME

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Insertions: $400 Question This muscle embeds on the calcaneous. a. Biceps femoris b. Tibialis foremost c. Tibialis back d. Gastrocnemius ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Insertions: $400 Answer This muscle embeds on the calcaneous. a. Biceps femoris b. Tibialis foremost c. Tibialis back d. Gastrocnemius BACK TO GAME

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Insertions: $500 Question All of these muscles embed onto the humerus aside from the: a. triceps brachii. b. deltoid. c. pectoralis major. d. latissimus dorsi. Reply BACK TO GAME

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Insertions: $500 Answer All of these muscles embed onto the humerus with the exception of the: a. triceps brachii. b. deltoid. c. pectoralis major. d. latissimus dorsi. BACK TO GAME

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Action: $100 Question Which muscle is not part of the hamstring bunch? a. Biceps femoris b. Gracilis c. Semimembranosus d. Semitendinosus ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Action: $100 Answer Which muscle is not part of the hamstring bunch? a. Biceps femoris b. Gracilis c. Semimembranosus d. Semitendinosus BACK TO GAME

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Action: $200 Question The prime mover in kidnapping of the arm is the __________. a. triceps brachii b. deltoid c. biceps brachii d. latissimus dorsi ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Action: $200 Answer The prime mover in kidnapping of the arm is the __________. a. triceps brachii b. deltoid c. biceps brachii d. latissimus dorsi BACK TO GAME

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Action: $300 Question A muscle that permits us to shrug our shoulders is the __________. a. latissimus dorsi b. subclavius c. trapezius d. pectoralis real ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Action: $300 Answer A muscle that permits us to shrug our shoulders is the __________. a. latissimus dorsi b. subclavius c. trapezius d. pectoralis major BACK TO GAME

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Action: $400 Question A muscle that is hostile to the pectoralis major would be the _________. a. biceps brachii b. pectoralis minor c. latissimus dorsi d. serratus foremost ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Action: $400 Answer A muscle that is adversarial to the pectoralis major would be the _________. a. biceps brachii b. pectoralis minor c. latissimus dorsi d. serratus front BACK TO GAME

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Action: $500 Question Which muscle is the prime mover for flexion of the arm? a. Pectoralis real b. Biceps brachii c. Triceps brachii d. Brachialis ANSWER BACK T

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