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Certificate Biology − New Mastering Basic Concepts Chapter 17

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Ch 17 Locomotion in humans

[172001]
Calcium absorbed from diet is mainly stored in the
A cartilages.
B bones.
C skeletal muscles.
D liver.
B

[172002]
The appendicular skeleton includes the
A skull.
B vertebral column.
C sternum.
D girdles.
D

[172003]
Which of the following about biceps and triceps is correct?
Biceps Triceps
A Flexor Extensor
B Extensor Flexor
C Flexor Flexor
D Extensor Extensor
A

[172004]
Ball-and-socket joint is found in the
A shoulder.
B knee.
C elbow.
D ankle.
A

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Certificate Biology − New Mastering Basic Concepts Chapter 17
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[172005]
Which of the following about joint movement is correct?
Ball-and-socket joint Hinge joint
A in one plane in one plane
B in one plane in all planes
C in all planes in one plane
D in all planes in all planes
C

[172006]
Which of the following structures helps to prevent dislocation of a joint?
A Cartilage
B Ligament
C Synovial fluid
D Synovial membrane
B

[172007]
The end surface of a bone inside a joint is covered by
A ligament.
B tendons.
C bone marrow.
D cartilage.
D

[172008]
The lower arm is raised by
A contracting the biceps and the triceps.
B relaxing the biceps and the triceps.
C contracting the biceps and relaxing the triceps.
D contracting the triceps and relaxing the biceps.
C

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[172009]
Which of the following are parts of the axial skeleton?
(1) Skull
(2) Pelvic girdle
(3) Vertebrae
A (1) and (2) only
B (1) and (3) only
C (2) and (3) only
D (1), (2) and (3)
B

[172010]
Which of the following statements correctly describes the functions of ligaments
and tendons?
A Ligaments protect the brain and tendons link the muscles to the bones.
B Ligaments link the muscles to the bones and tendons protect the joints.
C Ligaments link joints and tendons protect the muscles.
D Ligaments protect the joints and tendons link the muscles to the bones.
D

[172011]
Which of the following is a skeletal tissue?
A Bone
B Muscle
C Biceps
D Triceps
A

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Certificate Biology − New Mastering Basic Concepts Chapter 17
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[172012]
Refer to the following diagram, which shows the movement of a lower arm.
Which of the following pairs is correct?

joint C

muscle A
muscle B
lower arm
raised

joint D

Joint C Joint D
A allows all-plane movement allows own-plane movement only
B ball and socket joint ball and socket joint
C elbow joint shoulder joint
D movable joint immovable joint
A

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[172013]

joint C

muscle A
muscle B
lower arm
raised

joint D

Refer to the diagram above, which shows the movement of a lower arm. Muscles
A and B work in pair and are called
A cardiac muscles.
B smooth muscles.
C opposite muscles
D opposing muscles.
D

[172014]
Which of the following connects muscles to a bone?
A Ligament
B Tendon
C Synovial joint
D Cartilage
B

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[172015]
Which of the following correctly explain why bones are living tissues?
(1) Bones can respire.
(2) Bones can produce red blood cells.
(3) Bones are strong and rigid.
A (1) only
B (1) and (2) only
C (1) and (3) only
D (1), (2) and (3)
B

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[172101]
Which of the following structures can be found in bone tissues?
(1) Muscle fibres
(2) Nerves
(3) Blood vessels
A (1) only
B (1) and (2) only
C (1) and (3) only
D (2) and (3) only
D

[172102]
Cartilage can be found in
(1) the nose.
(2) the oesophagus.
(3) the trachea.
A (1) and (2) only
B (1) and (3) only
C (2) and (3) only
D (1), (2) and (3)
B

[172103]
Which of the following parts belong to the axial skeleton?

(1) (2) (3)

A (1) and (2) only


B (1) and (3) only
C (2) and (3) only
D (1), (2) and (3)

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[172104]
The diagram below shows a human arm.

Which of the following statements about structure X is/are correct?


(1) Structure X contracts when the forearm is raised.
(2) Structure X can generate a force to raise the forearm.
(3) Structure X is a living tissue.
A (3) only
B (1) and (2) only
C (1) and (3) only
D (2) and (3) only
A

[172105]
Which of the following statements about the functions of skeleton is/are
incorrect?
(1) The rib cage protects the heart.
(2) The thigh bone produces blood cells.
(3) The cartilage acts as a storage of minerals.
A (2) only
B (1) and (2) only
C (1) and (3) only
D (2) and (3) only
B

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[172106]
Directions: The following two questions refer to the diagrams below. Diagram I
shows an athlete at the starting blocks. Diagram II shows the muscles and the bones in
his left leg.

X
P
R

S
Q

I II

In diagram I, which muscles in the left leg of the athlete are contracting?
A P and Q
B P and S
C Q and R
D R and S
C

[172107]
Which of the following are produced in structure X?
(1) Calcium salts
(2) Red blood cells
(3) White blood cells
A (1) and (2) only
B (1) and (3) only
C (2) and (3) only
D (1), (2) and (3)
C

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[172108]
Directions: The following three questions refer to the diagram below, which shows a
ball and socket joint.

R
S

Which of the following structures can reduce the friction during movement?
(1) Structure P
(2) Structure Q
(3) Structure R
A (1) only
B (1) and (2) only
C (2) and (3) only
D (1), (2) and (3)
B

[172109]
Which of the following is the function of structure S?
A Structure S prevents dislocation of the joint.
B Structure S secrets synovial fluid.
C Structure S generates a force for movement at the joint.
D Structure S contracts and relaxes to control the movement at the joint.
A

[172110]
Which of the following is an example of this type of joint?
A The joint between the finger bones
B The elbow joint
C The knee joint
D The hip joint

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