Function Human Anatomy Content Quiz #3 Chapter 6-FALL 2016 BIOL 3150
Function Human Anatomy Content Quiz #3 Chapter 6-FALL 2016 BIOL 3150 BIOL 3150
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Content Quiz #3 (Chapter 6) 1. Osteocytes monitor and respond to mechanical loading through sensing the movement of interstitial fluid within the lacunar – canalicular system., this is an example of __________? a. Mechanotransduction 2. The basic functional unit of mature compact bone is: ___________? a. Osteon 3. It is important for bone health that osteoblast and osteoclast activity are in balance. a. True 4. Fibrocartilaginous tissue is important for _____________. a. Connecting broken ends of a bone 5. Which of the following is NOT TRUE for the development of the triquetrum bone? a. Epiphyseal secondary ossification center develops 6. The continual deposition of new bone and the reabsorption of old bone is called ___________? a. Bone Remodeling 7. An astronaut has been living on a space station for an extend period of time, while the space station circles and take picture of Mars. Gravity is only present periodically. Upon his/her return to Earth, an examination of their skeleton was performed. What would be observed? a. A loss in bone mass 8. Insufficient ossification that occurs with aging is called _______. a. Osteopenia 9. Cartilage growth in a maturing young human would primarily be in the form of _____ growth. a. Appositional 10. Only growth hormones and the same sex hormones can influence bone growth. a. False 11. Innervation of bone is important for providing sensory information so skeletal movement can occur in a coordinated manner with skeletal muscle movement. a. False 12. The medullary cavity: a. Serves to lighten the weight of the bone b. Is where yellow marrow is located c. Can serve as a conduit for blood vessels 13. What factors influence bones ability to handle the varied applied forces/demands placed upon it? a. Location of compact and spongy bone within the bone itself b. Direction of collagen fibers in concentric lamella c. Sacrificial bonds of collagen d. Proportion of organic to inorganic components within bone 14. Growth in the length of the humerus is accomplished through __________ growth. a. Interstitial
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