Question

Doing the doggy hydrant exercise would work this muscle the most:

A) Triceps
B) Sartorius
C) Pectoralis Major
D) Gastrocnemus

Expert Answer

Want to see the step-by-step answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.
Tagged in
Science
Biology

Anatomy

Related Biology Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: Distinguish between zygotic meiosis and gametic meiosis.

A: Meiosis is a type of cell division occurring in the gametes. It results in the production of haploid...

Q: ELISA is used to detect viruses where the key reagent is?

A: Immunoassay is a technique that has the capability to detect even minute quantities of antigen or an...

Q: Plants use ________________________ energy to power photosynthesis.   Question 31 options:  ...

A: Plants are non-motile living beings that are capable of producing their own food utilizing the sunli...

Q: A codon that specifies the amino acid Gly undergoes a single-base substitution to become a nonsense ...

A: The proteins are the fundamental biomolecules in the body and act as substrates, enzymes, and produc...

Q: Complete the following table. Enter the number of molecules produced in each process during the comp...

A: Glucose is a carbohydrate molecule that is the most commonly used source of energy. The cells perfor...

Q: What do you mean by tentacle?

A: The majority of invertebrates and a small number of vertebrates possess tentacles. The invertebrates...

Q: Correct the following statements :(a) Surgical methods of contraception prevent gamete formation.(b)...

A: Contraception is a method or process which used in controlling the birth. It will help to prevent he...

Q: Biology Question

A: A diploid cell has two complete sets of chromosomes and a haploid cell has one complete set of chrom...

Q: What is phylum-chordata and define its terms?

A: Phylum Chordata includes subphylum Vertebrata (vertebrates) that are the most evolved animals. Phylu...

Q: What is the average length of linker DNA?

A: DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid) is a linear structure which is made compact by binding with proteins. Th...

Q: Fill in the blank:  A chemical would be considered _______________________ if a person lacks a parti...

A: The olfactory system is composed of the olfactory sensory neurons or olfactory receptor neurons. The...

Q: Most antihelminthic drugs function bya. weakening the worms so they can be flushed out by the intest...

A: Helminthes are worm-like parasites that survive by feeding on the living host for gaining nourishmen...

Q: Is colchicine a steroid?

A: Introduction: Colchicine is a drug that has the potential to treat gout or gout attacks. Gout is a m...

Q: How are bacteria classifiedaccording to their need foroxygen?

A: All the living beings derive energy by oxidation of food or nutrients.     

Q: Discuss why food intoxication in salty foods, such as ham, is oftendue to the growth of S. aureus.

A: Bacteria are the unicellular organisms they are different types of bacteria many lives in different ...

Q: What is the composition of cell wall of euglenoids?

A: Euglena belongs to the kingdom Protista and class Euglnoidea. Euglena is a unicellular eukaryote. It...

Q: Are bananas triploid?

A: A fruit that lacks the seed precisely mature seeds is called seedless fruit. Some of the common exam...

Q: Carbon monoxide binds to the active site of hemoglobin and inhibits the binding of oxygen. This is a...

A: An enzyme inhibitor is a molecule that binds to an enzyme and decreases its activity. By binding to ...

Q: Crystal violet is an example of what type of stain?

A: A stain is used to clearly view a specimen under the microscope. For staining, a smear of the microb...

Q: Photosynthesis rate varies according to the photic energy intensity. Does the same occur in aerobic ...

A: PHOTOSYNTHESIS:   It is the process of making food in the green plants with the help of sunlight, ch...

Q: What causes Robertsonian translocation?

A: erved gene order and therefore the option is incorrect.  64.) Translocation is transfer of a part of...

Q: The Golgi apparatus:   A Is found only in animals B Is found in prokaryotes C Is a...

A: the Golgi apparatus or the  Golgi network is a system of interconnected unit membranes that occur in...

Q: Give some characteristics of white adipose tissue.

A: It is a specialized but loose connective tissue which possesses abundant fat-storing cells or adipoc...

Q: A species of bacteria living in a hot spring pool would likely have enzymes that function best at wh...

A: Pathogens are considered to as microorganisms that cannot be view via the naked eyes They are availa...

Q: Prepare a labeled sketch of a representative section of uterine wall.

A: Reproductive system is used for the sexual reproduction. The female attains puberty and the fertile ...

Q: The following pedigree shows what type of inheritance?

A: Pedigree analysis is the study of the hereditary patterns of the various generations of the family. ...

Q: Explain An overview of cellularrespiration.

A: Respiration is a process through which the breakdown of glucose takes place in the presence of oxyge...

Q: Why green algae is called ancestors of land plants?

A: Green algae are photosynthetic, aquatic organisms. These can be unicellular or multicellular and can...

Q: What is nuclear DNA  ?

A: The genetic material of a eukaryotic cell is DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). It contains genes that enc...

Q: Differentiate among lytic infection, latent infection, chronic infection,and transformation.

A: Viruses are minute particles that are made up of only their genetic material which may be DNA or RNA...

Q: Management of contrast induced acute renal failure

A: Contrast-induced renal failure that is also known as contrast-induced nephropathy is a complication ...

Q: What are nucleoprotein particles and where are Nucleoproteins synthesized?

A: DNA is the genetic material in most living organisms. It is the information hub of the cell that con...

Q: In a scientific experiment, thylakoids put in an acidic solution and then transfered to a basic solu...

A: The light-dependent reaction of photosynthesis contains two pigments. The photosystem I and photosys...

Q: A true-breeding tall pea plant was crossed to a true-breeding dwarfplant. What is the probability th...

A: According to Mendelian inheritance, a single character is controlled by one or more genes and each g...

Q: Provide at least two reasons that primary amebicmeningoencephalitis is more common in the summer mon...

A: Amoeba is a genus of single-celled amoeboids that are commonly found in fresh water. They move by ps...

Q: Indicate whether the statement is true or false, and justify your answer.In a DRG payment system, ho...

A: DRG stands for diagnosis-related group which covers the all charges associated with an inpatient sta...

Q: Given a hierarchy of ecological systems, indicate what attributes will be of interest toyou at each ...

A: Ecology: The study of inter-relationship between an individual and its environment is termed as ecol...

Q: In addition to photosynthesis, what process can serves as the foundation for ecosystems?   Questio...

A: Ecosystem is a system that consists of biotic and abiotic components. Biotic components are the livi...

Q: What pathogen causes rabies? How does it enter thebody? What are the factors that determine the incu...

A: A pathogen is a microorganism that causes disease in the human body. There are several ways through ...

Q: Is coelenterate indicating outline of their body form why?

A: Introduction  Coelenterate encompasses two phyla viz. Cnidaria (Coral animals such as sea anemone, t...

Q: What is labelled diagram of Necator americanus ?

A: Click to see the answer

Q: Mention one significant function of gemma cup.

A: Gemma cups are cup like structures which contains gemmae. Gemma is a single cell or group of cells w...

Q: How does the organism Nitrosopumilus maritimus conserveenergy and obtain carbon?

A:   Nitrosopuminlus maritimus is commonly found marine archaeon. It belongs to Group 1a Thaumachoaeota...

Q: Name the photoreceptor pigment found in halophile bacteria.

A: Extremophiles are organisms that are found and adapted to thrive in extreme environments. Halophiles...

Q: What is the molecular explanation for maternal effect?a. The father’s gene is silenced at fertilizat...

A: The maternal-effect is the influence on the phenotypic expression in an embryo or progeny due to the...

Q: There are certain cells that are multinucleated (having more than one nucleus).  Which of the follow...

A: Cell division is the process by which the cells of a living organism multiply and increase in number...

Q: The sternum ________.a. consists of only two parts, the manubrium andxiphoid processb. has the stern...

A: A bone is a rigid organ that constitutes part of the vertebrate skeleton in animals. Flat bones are ...

Q: In tomatoes, tall (D) is dominant over dwarf (d) and smooth fruit (P) is dominant over pubescent fru...

A: The law of segregation proposes that the alternative forms of the genes that are known as alleles se...

Q: Identification of an organism requires that you do every test that you have previously learned. true...

A: Microorganisms play an important role in maintaining the ecosystem. Each microbe has distinct charac...

Q: Which of these can cause heartburn? A. Being overweight B. Lying down soon after eating a large meal...

A: A disease is a state of unhealthiness of the physical body, mind and social interaction. A disease m...