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Question number: 1

» Human Physiology » Locomotion » Skeletal Muscle- Contractile Proteins and Muscle Contraction

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Effect of resistance training on satellite cells

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Cells get activated and increase in number

b.

Size remains constant

c.

Degenerates and forms new cells

d.

Size of satellite cells increases

Question number: 2

» Human Physiology » Locomotion » Locomotion and Movement

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Hinge joint is present between

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Humerus and radio-ulna.

b.

Femur and acetabulum.

c.

Humerus and pectoral girdle.

d.

Femur and pelvic girdle.

Question number: 3

» Human Physiology » Locomotion » Locomotion and Movement

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A…. . Muscle rotates the forearm to turn the palm downwards.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Pronator

b.

Supinator

c.

Adductor

d.

Abductor

Question number: 4

» Human Physiology » Locomotion » Locomotion and Movement

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In mammals, the zygomatic arch is formed by

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Maxilla, squamosal and jugal.

b.

Jugal, maxilla and periotic.

c.

Maxilla, premaxilla and squamosal

d.

Periotic, jugal and palatine.

Question number: 5

» Human Physiology » Locomotion » Skeletal Muscle- Contractile Proteins and Muscle Contraction

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Striated muscles contract by

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Pulling together of actin filaments.

b.

Sliding of actin filament upon myosin filaments.

c.

Sliding of myosin filaments upon actin filaments.

d.

Pulling together of myosin filaments.

Question number: 6

» Human Physiology » Locomotion » Skeletal System and Its Functions

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The cup-shaped structure of pelvic girdle, the acetabulum in man is formed by

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Ilium, ischium and cotyloid

b.

Ilium and cotyloid.

c.

Ilium, ischium and pubis.

d.

Ilium and ischium.

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