Locomotion and Movement in Humans: MCQs Quiz – 03 7


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MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions) in Quiz Format on “Locomotion and Movement / Movement and Support in Humans (Skeletal System and Muscular System in Human …)“. Quiz No. 3

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Locomotion and Movement | Movement and Support in Humans: MCQs Quiz - 3

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Question 1
How many bones are there in the axial part of a human skeleton?
A
180
B
120
C
210
D
80
Question 2
In a new born baby, the flat bones in its skull are separated by large spaces filled with fibrous connective tissue. These soft spots are called
A
Fontanels
B
Chitin
C
Bursae
D
Menisci
Question 3
The total number of bones in human skull are
A
30
B
22
C
25
D
106
Question 4
The segment of a myofibril between two Z-lines is called
A
Sarcomere
B
Sarcoplasm
C
Sarcolemma
D
Sarconema
Question 5
There are ______ of ribs in human body.
A
20 pairs
B
10 pairs
C
12 pairs
D
8 pairs
Question 6
The number of 'floating ribs’ in human body is
A
2 pairs
B
3 pairs
C
5 pairs
D
6 pairs
Question 7
The Junction between a nerve cell and the motor unit is called
A
Creatine phosphate
B
Synapse
C
Neuromuscular junction
D
Sarcomeres
Question 8
What joint is found between the ribs and sternum?
A
Cartilaginous
B
Hinge
C
Angular
D
Fibrous
Question 9
The joint between the atlas and axis is
A
Ball and socket
B
Saddle
C
Pivot
D
Angular
Question 10
The elements associated with muscle contraction are
A
Mg and Ca
B
Mg and Cl
C
Na and Ca
D
Ca and K
Question 11
The clavicle articulates with _________ of scapula.
A
Acromion process
B
Glenoid cavity
C
Acetabulum cavity
D
Ball and socket joint
Question 12
The bones that attach the arm to the axial skeleton (composed of the clavicle and scapula) is called
A
Cranium
B
Pelvic girdle
C
Pectoral girdle
D
Scapula
Question 13
The bone-forming cells that secrete the organic matrix of bone and promote the deposition of calcium salts into the matrix are
A
Osteoclasts
B
Osteoblasts
C
Osteocyte
D
Chondroblasts
Question 14
Tendons connect ______ at a joint.
A
Bone to bone
B
Muscle to muscle
C
Muscle to bone
D
Muscle to blood vessel
Question 15
Synovial joints occur between
A
Tail vertebrae
B
Humerus and ulna
C
Two skull bones
D
Two vertebrae
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7 thoughts on “Locomotion and Movement in Humans: MCQs Quiz – 03

  • Abhishek

    In this test Ques. No. 15 and 10 are wrong.
    Ans. Of 15 is (B)– A hinge joint is a common class of synovial joint that includes the ankle, elbowjoints. Hinge joints are formed between two or more bones where the bones can only move along one axis to flex or extend.
    Ans. Of 10 is (a) –only ca2+ And mg2+ are the elements associated with muscle contraction.

  • AJ

    Sir, just 4 ur attention
    in BIO QUIZ 3 the last ques,
    Synovial joints occur between
    Tail vertebrae
    Humerus and ulna
    Two skull bones
    Two vertebrae

    here the answer is given as “two vertebra” but according to NCERT it’s a cartilaginous joint, and from the options given the correct answer could be (b) ie; HUMERUS and ULNA which is a hinge joint

  • Apurva Popat

    In Q 10 ans should be Mg++ and Ca++ rather than the Na+ and Ca++ ..

    Reason: Mg++ ion is used to bind the G (globular) actin into F (fibrous) actin and thus makes the structure having two rows of actin protein onto which we have the rope of tropomyosin binded with the help of troponin.

    Ca++ ion are used to unmask the active binding site for myosin to attach it into actin and thus to reduce the size of sarcomere…

    why not Na+

    Na+ ion are rather used in transmitting the action potential to the myofibril but are not actually used in “muscle contraction”

  • Swetha

    answer 15 is wrong. The vertebrae have cartilage between them; its a CARTILAGENOUS JOINT, not synovial. Synovial joints have fluid-filled cavity in between. eg: ball and socket, pivot, hinge joint, etc.

    • sakshi mittal

      sir plz understand me 15 ques i think nswer of 15th ques.is synovial joints b/w two vertebrae.