Anatomy & Physiology: Tutoring Solution Final Exam

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Question 1 1. What two things are connected by a tendon?

Question 2 2. The ossicles are:

Question 3 3. What do all steroids have in common?

Question 4 4. Which structures secrete mucus?

Question 5 5. If a person does not get enough iodine in his or her diet, which of the following conditions could result?

Question 6 6.

Sister chromatids segregate to opposite poles during which of the following types of cell division?

I. Mitosis

II. Meiosis I

III. Meiosis II

Question 7 7. Chronic kidney disease:

Question 8 8. Which of the following would be considered a steroid hormone?

Question 9 9. Why can valves be pictured as one-way doors?

Question 10 10. How does the tibialis anterior differ from most leg muscles?

Question 11 11. The heart, blood vessels, blood cells, skeleton, kidney, spleen, and muscles are all tissues or organs that arise from what primary germ layer?

Question 12 12. A sac made of synovial and fibrous membranes surrounding a joint is called a:

Question 13 13. If you wanted to divide a body into equal right and left halves, which plane should you use?

Question 14 14. Rich has begun a challenging, daily workout routine to prepare for an upcoming weightlifting competition. Prior to lifting a heavy barbell, he pulls at it several times. This is known as a _____ contraction.

Question 15 15. What type of bond is often formed between prosthetic groups and proteins?

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