Movement Development – Biology Quiz 4

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Movement Development – Biology Quiz 4

The key terms of Biology Quiz include, Embryonic, Development, Movement, Rotation, Palm.



When the arm is raised anteriorly, the movement at the shoulder is

extension.
flexion. – correct
abduction.
adduction.
rotation.


If you move your head in such a way to look up at the ceiling, you are _________ your neck.

hyperextending – correct
rotating
circumducting
flexing
elevating


Clenching the fingers to make a fist, then relaxing and straightening them, is an example of __________ followed by __________.

flexion; extension – correct
extension; flexion
adduction; abduction
abduction; adduction
extension; hyperextension


The joint movement called eversion involves

lateral rotation of the coxal joint.
medial rotation of the coxal joint.
turning the sole of the foot laterally. – correct
turning the palm of the hand laterally.
turning the palm of the hand or sole of the foot laterally.



When considering joints in the human body, the most common lever type is the

first-class lever.
second-class lever.
third-class lever. – correct


Our calf muscles contract to cause plantar flexion, resembling the lever system of a wheelbarrow. Therefore, it is a _______ -class lever.

first
second – correct
third


In general, the movements demonstrated at plane joints between the carpals are

rotations.
gliding movements. – correct
flexions and extensions.
circumductions.
pivots.


A movement that increases or decreases the angle between two bones is a(n) __________ motion.

angular – correct
rotational
eversion
sliding


When the angle between articulating bones increases beyond the anatomic position, the movement is referred to as

dislocation.
supination.
hyperextension. – correct
hyperflexion.
hypertrophy.


Rotation of the forearm so as to direct the palm anteriorly (as in anatomic position) is called

abduction.
pronation.
eversion.
supination. – correct
protraction.


Movement of a body part toward the main axis of the body is called

abduction.
flexion.
inversion.
retraction.
adduction. – correct


The movement that occurs when the trunk of the body moves in a coronal plane laterally away from the body is

adduction.
hyperextension.
eversion
lateral flexion. – correct
gliding.


When the arm is raised anteriorly, the movement at the shoulder is

extension.
flexion. – correct
abduction.
adduction.
rotation.


If you move your head in such a way to look up at the ceiling, you are _________ your neck.

hyperextending – correct
rotating
circumducting
flexing
elevating


Clenching the fingers to make a fist, then relaxing and straightening them, is an example of __________ followed by __________.

flexion; extension – correct
extension; flexion
adduction; abduction
abduction; adduction
extension; hyperextension


The joint movement called eversion involves

lateral rotation of the coxal joint.
medial rotation of the coxal joint.
turning the sole of the foot laterally. – correct
turning the palm of the hand laterally.
turning the palm of the hand or sole of the foot laterally.