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C. a cut of meat that includes the upper joint of the foreleg



D. a small triangular bone forming the lower part of the spinal column in humans, consisting of four ankylosed rudimentary vertebrae.

E. the joint connecting the arm or the foreleg with the trunk

123. Diaphysis is …

A. the bony framework of the head

B. a slender filament

C. the liquid substance of which cells are formed

D. the shaft of a long bone

E. the bony framework of the head

124. Epiphysis is …

A. a part of a bone separated from the main body of the bone by a layer of cartilage and subsequently uniting with the bone through further ossification

B. five fused vertebrae forming the posterior wall of the pelvis

C. a cavity or vessel formed by elongated cells

D. something resembling a joint

E. the shaft of a long bone

125. Knee is …

A. the joint of the leg that allows for movement between the femur and tibia

B. the structure connecting the ends of bones together in order to form a joint

C. the joint connecting the arm with the trunk

D. a small fluid-filled sac made of white fibrous tissue

E. a protective structure for vital organs

126. Pelvis is …

A. the central area of the leg between the thigh and the lower leg

B. the basinlike cavity in the lower part of the trunk of many vertebrates, formed in humans by the innominate bones, sacrum, etc.

C. a small triangular bone forming the lower part of the spinal column

D. the helmet that covers the top of the head

E. a tough, flexible band of fibrous connective tissue that connects muscles to bones

127. Sacrum is …

A. the part of a helmet that covers the head

B. the part of a garment covering the knee

C. the joint connecting the arm or the foreleg with the trunk

D. the structure that connect individual bones

E. a bone resulting from the fusion of two or more vertebrae between the lumbar and the coccygeal regions

128. Skull is …

A. the trunk or main mass of a thing

B. a framework for tissues and organs to attach themselves to

C. it provides form, support, stability, and movement to the body

D. the bony framework of the head, enclosing the brain and supporting the face

E. the location at which two or more bones make contact

129. Shoulder is …

A. the joint connecting the arm or the foreleg with the trunk.

B. the central area of the leg between the thigh and the lower leg

C. a small triangular bone forming the lower extremity of the spinal column

D. the basinlike cavity in the lower part of the trunk

E. the skeleton of the head

130. Vertebra is …

A. the trunk or main mass of a thing

B. the physical structure and material substance of an animal or plant

C. any of the segments composing the spinal column, consisting of a cylindrical body and an arch

D. the part of a helmet that covers the top of the head

E. the part of a garment covering the knee

131. Duct is …

A. a liquid, that aids in absorption and digestion

B. the cavity of the kidney that receives the urine before it is passed into the ureter

C. an opening, through which the spinal cord passes

D. a tube, canal, or vessel conveying a body fluid, especially a glandular secretion or excretion

E. the oral opening considered as the source of vocal utterance

132. Fiber is …

A. matter or material composed of filaments, the structural part of plants that consists of carbohydrates, as cellulose and pectin

B. the membrane surrounding the nucleus

C. the basic physical unit of heredity

D. the thin, limiting covering of a cell

E. a line extending across something

133. Viscera are …

A. the structures of the alimentary canal

B. the organs of the reproductive system

C. two parts together with the part of the back joining them

D. the organs in the cavities of the body, especially those in the abdominal cavity.

E. the bones composing the spinal column

134. Sebaceous gland is …

A. a gland opening on the back at the base of the tail in most birds

B. one of a pair of ductless glands, located above the kidneys

C. mass of glandular tissue located in the neck or chest of most vertebrates

D. any of the cutaneous glands that secrete oily matter for lubricating hair and skin

E. one of the pair of excretory organs in each side of the head region

135. The word “cervical” means …

A. pertaining to the viscera




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