Chapter 10 Anatomy of the Muscular System

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Chapter 10  Anatomy of the Muscular System

 

 

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TRUE/FALSE

1. The epimysium, endomysium, and perimysium may all be continuous with ligaments.

ANS: F DIF: Synthesis REF: Page 294 TOP: Connective Tissue Components

2. Tendons are often continuous with the endosteum of bone tissue. ANS: F DIF: Synthesis REF: Page 294

TOP: 3. There

Connective Tissue Components
are more than 600 muscles in the body.

ANS: T DIF: Memorization

REF: Page 294

TOP:
5. The insertion is that point of attachment that does not move when the muscle contracts.

ANS: F DIF: Application REF: Page 297 TOP: Attachment of Muscles

6. Tendons are continuous with the layer of connective tissue called the epimysium. ANS: T DIF: Memorization REF: Page 294

TOP: Connective Tissue Components
7. The direction of the fibers composing a muscle is insignificant to its function.

TOP: 4. When

Anatomy of the Muscular System Introduction
a muscle contracts, the bone moved is the bone of insertion.

ANS: T DIF: Application REF: Page 297

Attachment of Muscles

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10-2

ANS: F DIF: Application REF: Page 296 TOP: Size, Shape, and Fiber Arrangement

8. Tipping the head back on its atlas is an example of a third-class lever.

ANS: F DIF: Synthesis REF: Page 298 | Page 299 TOP: Lever Systems

 

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