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Animal Skeletal and Muscular Systems

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1.) The development of an animal follows which of the following growth sequences?
a. cells, organs, tissues, organ systems
b. cells, tissues, organs, organ systems
c. cells, organ systems, tissues, organs,
d. tissues, cells, organs, organ systems

2.) During an operation, a veterinarian needs to make a cut in the skin along the ventral surface of the abdomen, moving in the caudal direction. The veterinarian will make the cut toward the
a. head
b. spine
c. tail
d. limbs

3.) The branch of anatomy that studies the microscopic structure of tissues
a. anatomy
b. biology
c. physiology
d. histology

4.) The teamwork between the kidneys and urinary bladder is an example of a/an
a. organ system
b. cell
c. organ
d. tissue

5.) Which of the following is a function of the Golgi apparatus?
a. ATP production
b. Protein manufacture
c. Cell division
d. Attack on viruses and bacteria

6.) The part of the cell that can be stimulated by outside chemicals, triggering the cell to carry out specific functions, is called the
a. endoplasmic reticulum
b. Golgi apparatus
c. lysosome
d.cell membrane receptor

7.) The most accurate description of the structure of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is
a. a double helix
b. a triple helix
c. two single strands attached at the centromere
d. two single strands attached at the centrosome

8.) The cell organelle that produces most of the cell's energy to fuel the cell is the
a. nucleus
b. nucleolous
c. mitochondria
d. centrosome

9.) When you're in a standing position, your liver sits on top of your stomach in relation to the ground. when a dog is in a standing position, its liver is on the same level as its stomach with respect to the ground. However, in both cases, the liver is said to be cranial to the stomach. This is because the
a. stomach is closer to the spine than the liver.
b. liver is closer to the navel than the stomach.
c. stomach is closer to the head than the liver.
d. liver is closer to the head than the stomach

10.) All domestic animals have_____ cervical vertebrae.
a. five
b. six
c. seven
d. eight

11.) Your dog has broken a bone in its leg. Which of the following correctly describes bone cell transformation in this case?
a. Osteocytes to osteoblasts
b. Chondrocytes to osteoblasts
c. Osteoclasts to chondrocytes
d. chondrocytes to osteocytes

12.) A fracture of which bones would cause difficulty with chewing?
a. Mandible
b. Humerus
c. Sacrum
d. Metacarpal

13.) Lyme disease often causes inflammation of joints, resulting in increased synovial fluid production. Which type of joint would be most affected by Lyme disease?
a. Amphiarthroses
b. Synarthroses
c. Diarthroses
d. Fibrous

14.) Which muscle separates the thorax and abdomen and aids in breathing?
a. Pectoral
b. Intercostal
c. Diaphragm
d. Sternum

15.) One unique anatomical feature of cardiac muscle is
a. intercalated disks
b. sarcosomes
c. dense bodies
d. cylindrical myofibrils

16.) An anatomical feature unique to smooth muscle is
a. intercalated disks
b. sarcosomes
c. dense bodies
d. cylindrical myofibrils

17.) The sarcomere is defined as the space between two
a. H-bands
b. I-bands
c. M-lines
d. Z-lines

18.) Which bones protect the lungs and heart?
a. Thoracic vertebrae, ribs, lumbar vertebrae
b. Thoracic vertebrae, sternum, lumbar vertebrae
c. Thoracic vertebrae, sternum, cervical vertebrae
d. Thoracic vertebrae, ribs, sternum

19.) A type of collagen that forms a very fine network of fibers in which the stem cells are interspersed is called
a. elastin
b. periople
c. yellow marrow
d. reticulin

20. Fibrous connective tissue that connects muscle to bone is called
a. a ligament
b. a tendon
c. cartilage
d. a sinusoid

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