Paralysis of which of the following muscles would make an individual unable to flex the knee?

1. Paralysis of which of the following muscles would make an individual unable to flex the knee? Quadriceps group Latissimus Dorsi Gluteal muscle group Gastrocnemius Hamstring Group 2.Which one of the following muscles also inserts on the heel of the foot via the calcaneal (Achilles) tendon: The sartorius The tibialis anterior The occipitalis The semitendinosus The gastrocnemius 3.A muscle located on the dorsal side of the body is the: pectoralis major external intercostals rectus femoris trapezius rectus abdominis 4.The insertion site of the gluteus maximus is the: sacrum femur ilium tibia calcaneus 5.Which of the following muscles is not responsible for the flexion or extension of any aspect of the upper limb. Palmaris Longus/Flexor Digitorum Superficialis Supinator/Pronator teres Lubricants and Palmar/Dorsal Interosseous Muscles Biceps Brachii/Triceps Brachii Flexor Carpi Radialis/Extensor Carpi Radialis 6. Since skeletal muscle contractions demand large quantities of ATP, skeletal muscles have: adipose tissue between the fibers to supply nutrients for ATP production. a rich nerve supply. a rich blood supply and few mitochondria. many mitochondria and a rich blood supply. abundant mitochondria and a poor blood supply. 7. Heat energy produced from muscle contraction is released by the ______system. Urinary Endocrine Integumentary Cardiovascular Respiratory 8. Which of the following contraction types would include muscle shortening, tension and force production, and movements like bending the knees, flexing the elbows or rotating the arms or legs? Concentric Isotonic Tonus Tetanus Isometric 9. The action potential (nerve impulse) is guided into a skeletal muscle by: transverse tubules motor end plates neuromuscular junction the sarcoplasmic reticulum acetylcholine receptors 10. Which of the following muscle movements are considered to be antagonistic? movement of the sternocleidomastoid and the trapezius movement of semimembranosus and semitendinosus movement of the masseter and the temporalis movement of Vastus lateralis and Vastus medialis movement of biceps brachii and the brachialis 11. Intramuscular injections in an infant or a child are typically given in: Group of answer choices the gluteus maximus the triceps brachii the biceps brachii the deltoid the vastus lateralis and the rectus femoris 12. Which of the following is not located on the head? Group of answer choices buccinator, temporalis and the masseter zygomaticus and orbicularis oris sartorius and Iliopsoas nasalis and orbicularis oculi frontalis and occipitalis 13. The ballet or jazz dancer would need the following muscles for plantar flexion movement. Rectus femoris and Biceps femoris Iliopsoas and Pectineus Semimembranosus and Semitendinosus Tibialis anterior and Extensor digitorum Gastrocnemius and Soleus 14. The ____________ abducts the arm and the _____________ adducts the arm. Platysma and the Sternocleidomastoid The Biceps brachii and the Triceps brachii Deltoid and the Pectoralis major Pectoralis major and the Pectoralis minor External intercostals and Internal intercostals 15. The human body is composed of (11) body systems, made up of special organs and structures that engage in complex processes including metabolism, energy production and storage, homeostasis mechanisms, and other life-supporting activities. True False 16. The cell is the smallest, tiniest unit of life where all of the actions and processes of life occur. Group of answer choices True False 17. Characteristics of life include cell structure, the presence of DNA and the potential for the reproduction of new generations, a need for water, growth/development, ATP production, sensitivity to stimuli and responses to them, metabolism/homeostasis processing, aging over time and eventual death. True False 18. Macromolecules include proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids that have respective roles in supporting the structure and functions of the body!! True False 19. Senescence is the normal and predictable aging of the body over time which ultimately begins at 30 years of age and with time beyond gives rise to the loss of body structure/function capacity and undercutting of control over the environment. True False 20. Environmental effects that can challenge the health and well-being of humans beings and other life forms include air pollution, water/land pollution, climate and atmospheric changes, adulterated food, and water consumption, interruptions in the food chain, and infectious diseases to name a few. True False


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