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Chapter Practice Test



This activity contains 15 questions.

Question 1
1 __________ are muscles that oppose or reverse a particular movement.
 
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Question 2
2 How many origins are there for the biceps brachii muscle?
 
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Question 3
3 Sphincters have a __________ arrangement of fascicles.
 
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Question 4
4 Muscles with parallel fascicle arrangement tend to shorten a great deal upon contracting; thus, these types of muscles tend to be very powerful.
   
 
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Question 5
5 Standing on your toes is an example of a __________.
 
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Question 6
6 Which of the following is an infrahyoid muscle?
 
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Question 7
7 The prime movers of back extension are the __________.
 
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Question 8
8 The external intercostal muscles are used primarily in __________.
 
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Question 9
9 When the diaphragm contracts, __________.
 
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Question 10
10 Voluntary control of urination is facilitated by the __________.
 
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Question 11
11 The prime mover of arm flexion is the __________.
 
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Question 12
12 Which of the following is involved in tongue movement?
 
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Question 13
13 Match the following words to their correct meaning.

Using the pull-down menus, match each item in the left column to the corresponding item in the right column.
A right angles
B rib
C triangle
D straight
E wrist
F short
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Question 14
14 The hamstrings and the gluteus maximus are primarily responsible for __________.
 
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Question 15
15 Plantar flexion is the weakest movement of the foot and ankle.
   
 
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