SPHE314 week 6 quiz 4

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// Any substance or phenomenon that enhances performance is

Correct A.an ergogenic aid
B.an ergolytic aid
C.an ergonomic aid
D.an erythrocytic aid

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Answer Key: A
// The major risk of using diuretics is

A.heart arrhythmias and cardiac arrest
B.dehydration
C.electrolyte imbalance
Correct D.All of these are correct

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Answer Key: D
// Use of anabolic steroids can lead to

A.increases in male breast size
B.facial hair in females
C.premature closure of long bone epiphyses in prepubertal children
Correct D.All of these are correct

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Answer Key: D
// A child reaches about 50% of adult height by the age of:

A.15 months
Correct B.2 years
C.3 years
D.1.5 years

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Answer Key: B
// Peak rate of height growth occurs at:

A.age 10 in girls, age 12 in boys
B.age 16 in girls, age 18 in boys
Correct C.age 12 in girls, age 14 in boys
D.age 12.5 in girls, age 14.5 in boys

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Answer Key: C
Children have lower blood pressure than adults due to children’s smaller size

Correct
A. True
B. False
Answer Key: True
A child’s performance in distance running is greatly superior to an adult’s performance

Correct
A. True
B. False
Answer Key: False
Research on aging has shown an apparent increase in the number of type I fibers

Correct
A. True
B. False
Answer Key: True
Age-related losses in strength result primarily from a substantial loss of muscle mass

Correct
A. True
B. False
Answer Key: True
The most important reason for changes in pulmonary function with increasing age is loss of elasticity of lung tissue and chest wall

Correct
A. True
B. False
Answer Key: True

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