Anatomy & Physiology

When you do a push-up from the floor, what kind of movement describes the motion of your elbow?
A. Flexion
B. Abduction
C. Rotation
D. Extension

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  1. What is the mechanism that maintains a stable environment within the body?
    A. Symptoms
    B. Syndrome
    C. Prognosis
    D. Equilibrium

    My answer is B. If I am not mistaken?

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    posted by Diana K
  2. To me, the stable environment is homeostasis. I guess this could be called equilibrium, but in my experience, that is an odd word for homeostasis.

    Syndrome would not fit this at all.

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  3. I thought I answered the first one, extension.

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  4. This is what the definition said about Syndrome. That is why I thought syndrome would be the right answer.

    " a group of symptoms that consistently occur together or a condition characterized by a set of associated symptoms."

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    posted by Diana K
  5. That definition is totally not maintaining a stable environment.

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  6. Glucose is the main source of cell energy, but any glucose that can't be used immediately is stored for
    future use as
    A. galactose.
    B. glycogen.
    C. fat.
    D. carbohydrates.

    My answer is C. Fat

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    posted by Diana K
  7. the keyword in this question is IMMEDIATELY. Fat is not immediately formed. Are you guessing?

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  8. I look up fat for definition and that is how I got the answer. But, now I think it is B Glycogen

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  9. You are correct: it is B Glycogen.

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