C. RECTUS ADBOMINAL
If you lift dumb bells yours working your biceps.
biceps brachii is highlighted
C: Biceps Brachii
Obliques are your muscles on the side of your back that control lateral movement, latissimus dorsi are back muscles that mainly help with any motion of your back, Biceps are the muscles on your forearm, pictured in the diagram, and rectus abdominus are your abs that help with abdominal movement and helps in breathing and the compression of the abdominal viscera.
The correct answer will be option-D
Triceps also knew as triceps brachii is the large muscle present in the backside of the upper limb. The triceps is named because it is the muscle with three head with different origin joined at the elbow which allows the movement of the elbow.
The tricep muscle is the antagonist in action to the biceps and is innervated by the radial nerve.
In the given question, since the muscles are present in the back of the upper limb which is in the opposite direction of the biceps, therefore, the muscle is the tricep.
Thus, option-D is the correct answer.
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tsd is temerature dependent sex determination.
tsd: it is a type of environmental sex determination in which the temperature experienced during embryonic/ larval development (ambient temperature for development) determine the sex of the offspring.
crocodile displays the tsd where the ambient temperature of the developing egg determines the individual's sex. for example in the american alligator's eggs, incubation at 33 ºc produces mostly males, while incubation at 30 ºc produces mostly females. so if the american alligator's egg will get the ambient temperature (33 degree celcius)during embryonic development from egg, the offspring will be male and same for the female sex determination.
A. Biceps brachii
C. Rectus abdomin...