Embryonic Development – Biology Quiz 5

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Embryonic Development – Biology Quiz 5

The key terms of Biology Quiz include, Embryonic, Development, Cell, Joint, Fibrous.


The sagittal suture is a(n)
cartilaginous joint.
fibrous joint. – correct
synovial joint.
synchondrosis.
amphiarthrosis.


Sutures are joints that are found
throughout the axial and appendicular skeletons.
between all bones and teeth of the skull.
between certain bones of the skull. – correct
only where a facial bone articulates with a cranial bone.


An articular capsule is present in
fibrous joints.
fibrous joints and cartilaginous joints.
synovial joints. – correct
fibrous joints and synovial joints.
all joints.


Gomphoses

contain fluid-filled joint cavities.
are found only in tooth sockets. – correct
consist of sheets of hyaline cartilage.
cover the tendons in the shoulder and coxal joints.
are also called saddle joints.


This figure illustrates the cell types found in bone. What type of cell does number 3 indicate?

Osteocyte
Osteoblast
Osteoprogenitor cell
Bone-lining cell
Osteoclast – correct


This figure illustrates the components of compact bone. Which number indicates an osteon?

1
2 – correct
3
4
5


This figure illustrates the components of compact bone. Number 5 indicates passageways called

Central canals
Perforating canals – correct
Penetrating canals
Canaliculi
Interstitial canals


This figure illustrates epiphyseal plate morphology. Which is the zone of proliferating cartilage?

1
2 – correct
3
4
5


This figure illustrates epiphyseal plate morphology. Which zones are considered to be bone tissue?

3, 4, 5
4, 5
5 – correct
1
1, 2, 3


This figure illustrates epiphyseal plate morphology. In which zone are minerals deposited in the matrix?

1
2
3
4 – correct
5


Which is not correct regarding articulations?

An articulation is a joint between a bone and another bone, cartilage, or tooth.
All articulations contain some type of cartilage. – correct
Arthrology is the scientific study of articulations.
Articulations can range in motion from freely mobile to immobile.
There are three structural categories of articulations.


The term “diarthrosis” refers to a joint that is

immobile.
freely mobile. – correct
fused.
slightly mobile.
dislocated.


In fibrous joints, the articulating surfaces are held together by
dense regular connective tissue.
areolar connective tissue.
dense irregular connective tissue. – correct
fibrocartilage.
articular cartilage.


The sagittal suture is a(n)
cartilaginous joint.
fibrous joint. – correct
synovial joint.
synchondrosis.
amphiarthrosis.


Sutures are joints that are found
throughout the axial and appendicular skeletons.
between all bones and teeth of the skull.
between certain bones of the skull. – correct
only where a facial bone articulates with a cranial bone.


An articular capsule is present in
fibrous joints.
fibrous joints and cartilaginous joints.
synovial joints. – correct
fibrous joints and synovial joints.
all joints.


Gomphoses

contain fluid-filled joint cavities.
are found only in tooth sockets. – correct
consist of sheets of hyaline cartilage.
cover the tendons in the shoulder and coxal joints.
are also called saddle joints.