Home > Support and Movement Support and Movement Welcome to your Support and Movement 1. Both bones and cartilage consist of living cells embedded in the matrix of protein called Fibrinogen Keratin Collagen Myosin 2. A glenoid fossa serves as a point of articulation of: Pectoral girdle & fore limb Pellvic girlde & hind limb Neck Pelvis 3. An increase in plant girth due to the activity of vascular cambium is called Primary growth Secondary growth Vascular cambium 4. At distal end humerus forms hinge joint with Tibia Radius Ulna Fibula Both Radius and Ulna 5. Both bones and cartilage consist of living cells embedded in the matrix of protein called Collagen Keratin Fibrinogen Chondrocytes 6. A state of physiological inability to contract is called Muscle farigue Tatny Cramp Tatanus 7. Which of the following statement is incorrect? Bone is where most blood cells are made. Bone serves as a storehouse for various minerals. Bone is a dry and non-living supporting structure. Bone protects and supports the body and its organs. 8. Which bone protects the brain? The cranium The skull Facial Facium 9. What makes bones so strong? Silica Cartilage Blood and marrow Calcium and phosphorous 10. What is the function of a tendon? To link bones to bones To link muscles to bones To link muscles to ligaments To bind the cells in compact bone closer together 11. These muscles are controlled by the autonomic muscle system and are involuntary. Ligaments Smooth Tendon Skeletal 12. A band of tough, inelastic fibrous tissue that connects a muscle with its bony attachment. Ligements Tendon Belly Origin 13. Muscles that extend or straighten a body part. Flexors Extensors Cardiac All 14. A sarcomere is a section of a myofibril. gets shorter when it contracts. has striations. All of the choices are correct. 15. During muscular contraction actin and myosin filaments slide past each other. calcium ions (Ca++) are involved. ATP supplies energy. all of the above 16. Which is NOT a function of muscles? cause movement produce heat absorb nutrients maintain posture Please fill in the comment box below. Name Email Phone Number Time's up Leave a ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.