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1 PowerPoint ® Clickers Slides Questions prepared by Mark Hollier, Georgia Perimeter College - Clarkston Campus C H A P T E R © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc.© Annie Leibovitz/Contact Press Images 10 The Muscular System

2 The muscle that provides the major force for producing a specific movement is a(n) ______. a) prime mover b) antagonist c) synergist d) fixator

3 The muscle that provides the major force for producing a specific movement is a(n) ______. a) prime mover b) antagonist c) synergist d) fixator

4 A muscle that immobilizes a bone, or a muscle's origin so that the prime mover has a stable base in which to act, is called a __________. a) secondary stabilizer b) antagonist c) synergist d) fixator

5 A muscle that immobilizes a bone, or a muscle's origin so that the prime mover has a stable base in which to act, is called a __________. a) secondary stabilizer b) antagonist c) synergist d) fixator

6 You could conclude that a muscle with the term "rectus" included in its name is a muscle whose fibers run ______ to the body's vertical axis. a) at a right angle b) obliquely c) parallel d) perpendicular

7 You could conclude that a muscle with the term "rectus" included in its name is a muscle whose fibers run ______ to the body's vertical axis. a) at a right angle b) obliquely c) parallel d) perpendicular

8 Muscle power is primarily dependent on ________. a) the degree to which a muscle can shorten b) the number of cells in the muscle c) the muscle's shape d) the direction of fibers in the muscle

9 Muscle power is primarily dependent on ________. a) the degree to which a muscle can shorten b) the number of cells in the muscle c) the muscle's shape d) the direction of fibers in the muscle

10 Bones and muscles work together to move your body. In this case one bone is the ______ and a second bone is the ________. a) fulcrum; lever b) lever; pulley c) pulley; load d) lever; load

11 Bones and muscles work together to move your body. In this case one bone is the ______ and a second bone is the ________. a) fulcrum; lever b) lever; pulley c) pulley; load d) lever; load

12 In which class of levers is the load between the fulcrum and the effort? a) First class b) Second class c) Third class d) Fourth class

13 In which class of levers is the load between the fulcrum and the effort? a) First class b) Second class c) Third class d) Fourth class

14 Flexing the forearm with the biceps brachii is an example of which class of lever system? a) First class b) Second class c) Third class d) Fourth class

15 Flexing the forearm with the biceps brachii is an example of which class of lever system? a) First class b) Second class c) Third class d) Fourth class

16 The muscles of the ______ are rather unusual for muscles because they insert onto the skin or other muscles. a) face b) posterior thigh c) abdomen d) hand

17 The muscles of the ______ are rather unusual for muscles because they insert onto the skin or other muscles. a) face b) posterior thigh c) abdomen d) hand

18 This muscle is the primary muscle used in smiling. a) Mentalis b) Platysma c) Orbicularis oculi d) Zygomaticus

19 This muscle is the primary muscle used in smiling. a) Mentalis b) Platysma c) Orbicularis oculi d) Zygomaticus

20 When you bite down on an ice cube, this muscle strongly contracts. a) Lateral pterygoid b) Buccinator c) Hyoglossus d) Masseter

21 When you bite down on an ice cube, this muscle strongly contracts. a) Lateral pterygoid b) Buccinator c) Hyoglossus d) Masseter

22 When you lie on your back, your ______ muscles contract to lift your head. a) sternocleidomastoid b) scalene c) splenius d) platysma

23 When you lie on your back, your ______ muscles contract to lift your head. a) sternocleidomastoid b) scalene c) splenius d) platysma

24 The muscles of the back that are most susceptible to injury during heavy lifting belong to the ______ muscle group. a) quadratus lumborum b) erector spinae c) semispinalis d) splenius

25 The muscles of the back that are most susceptible to injury during heavy lifting belong to the ______ muscle group. a) quadratus lumborum b) erector spinae c) semispinalis d) splenius

26 The ______ is (are) the most important muscle(s) for inspiratory breathing. a) internal intercostals b) diaphragm c) scalenes d) rectus abdominis

27 The ______ is (are) the most important muscle(s) for inspiratory breathing. a) internal intercostals b) diaphragm c) scalenes d) rectus abdominis

28 The levator ani and ______ muscles form the pelvic diaphragm. a) ischiocavernosus b) bulbospongiosus c) coccygeus d) gluteus maximus

29 The levator ani and ______ muscles form the pelvic diaphragm. a) ischiocavernosus b) bulbospongiosus c) coccygeus d) gluteus maximus

30 The ______ muscles are antagonistic to each other when moving the scapula forward and backward. a) pectoralis major and subclavius b) latissimus dorsi and rhomboid c) pectoralis minor and serratus anterior d) serratus anterior and trapezius

31 The ______ muscles are antagonistic to each other when moving the scapula forward and backward. a) pectoralis major and subclavius b) latissimus dorsi and rhomboid c) pectoralis minor and serratus anterior d) serratus anterior and trapezius

32 The _______ muscles include the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis. a) shoulder blade b) rotator cuff c) humerus d) arm extender

33 The _______ muscles include the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis. a) shoulder blade b) rotator cuff c) humerus d) arm extender

34 Swimmers tend to have particularly well-developed ______ muscles. a) coracobrachialis b) teres minor c) subscapularis d) latissimus dorsi

35 Swimmers tend to have particularly well-developed ______ muscles. a) coracobrachialis b) teres minor c) subscapularis d) latissimus dorsi

36 Doing pull-ups with the palms facing anteriorly effectively exercises the ______ muscles of the arm. a) triceps brachii b) anconeus c) brachialis d) pronator teres

37 Doing pull-ups with the palms facing anteriorly effectively exercises the ______ muscles of the arm. a) triceps brachii b) anconeus c) brachialis d) pronator teres

38 The prime mover of pronation is the ______. a) brachioradialis b) palmaris longus c) pronator quadratus d) supinator

39 The prime mover of pronation is the ______. a) brachioradialis b) palmaris longus c) pronator quadratus d) supinator

40 The ______ muscle is the most powerful muscle in the body. a) quadriceps femoris b) adductor magnus c) gracilis d) iliopsoas

41 The ______ muscle is the most powerful muscle in the body. a) quadriceps femoris b) adductor magnus c) gracilis d) iliopsoas

42 The ______ muscles comprise the triceps surae that inserts onto the calcaneal tendon and are prime movers of plantar flexion. a) plantaris and popliteus b) soleus and tibialis anterior c) gastrocnemius and tibialis posterior d) gastrocnemius and soleus

43 The ______ muscles comprise the triceps surae that inserts onto the calcaneal tendon and are prime movers of plantar flexion. a) plantaris and popliteus b) soleus and tibialis anterior c) gastrocnemius and tibialis posterior d) gastrocnemius and soleus


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