The clavicle articulated with the:

1. Xiphoid process of the sternum

2. Acromion of the scapula

3. Glenoid cavity of the scapula

4. Head of the humerus

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Identify the incorrectly matched pair:

      Joint                                             Type

1. Proximal radio-ulnar joint                 Pivot

2. Joint between the carpals               Gliding

3. Joint between metacarpal of           Saddle
    thumb and phalange

4. Humero-ulnar joint                         Hinge

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The globular head of the myosin filament has active site/s for binding to:

 I. ATP

II. binding site for actin filament 

III. Calcium

1. Only I

2. Only I and II

3. Only II and III

4. I, II and III

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Scapula is a large triangular flat bone situated in the dorsal part of the thorax between:

1. the second and fifth ribs

2. the second and seventh ribs

3. the third and sixth ribs

4. the third and eighth ribs

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The combination of a neuron and the muscle fiber it associates with is called a/an.

1. fascicle

2. motor end plate

3. motor unit

4. myoneural junction

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The upper ends of the forearm bones articulate with each other in a:

1. pivot joint

2. ellipsoid joint

3. saddle joint

4. hinge joint

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Which of the following is a hinge point?

1. At the base of the first metacarpal

2. Intervertebral disc

3. Interphalageal

4. Between carpal bone

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The neurotransmitter released by the nerve cell at the neuromuscular junction is:

1. Acetylcholine

2. Adrenaline

3. Serotonin

4. Dopamine

 

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Which of the following joints would allow no movement?

(1) Fibrous joint

(2) Cartilaginous joint

(3) Synovial joint

(4) Ball and socket joint

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Out of 'X' pairs of ribs in humans only 'Y' pairs are true ribs. Select the option that correctly represents values of X and Y and provides their explanation.

(a) X = 12, Y = 7           True ribs are attached, dorsally to 

                                      vertebral column and ventrally to

                                      the sternum.

(b) X = 12, Y = 5           True ribs are attached dorsally to

                                      vertebral column and sternum on

                                      the two ends.

(c) X = 24, Y = 7           True ribs are dorsally attached to

                                      vertebral column, but are free on

                                      ventral side.

(d) X = 24, Y = 12         True ribs are dorsally attached to 

                                      vertebral column, but are free on 

                                      ventral side.

 

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