Anatomy, Embryology, Neuroanatomy, Histology-USMLE Step 1
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Anatomy, Embryology, Neuroanatomy, Histology-USMLE Step 1

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Name the Where does the From what aortic laryngeal muscle parotid (Stensen's) arch are the described by the duct enter the following structures following: oral cavity? derived? Only muscle Common and to abduct the internal carotid vocal cords arteries Name the laryngeal muscle described by the following: Pulls the arytenoids cartil ages closer to the thyroid, relaxing the vocal ligaments and thereby What gland...

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the Name Where does the From what aortic laryngeal muscle parotid (Stensen's) arch are the described by the duct enter the following structures following: oral cavity? derived? Only muscle Common and to abduct the internal carotid vocal cords arteries Name the laryngeal muscle described by the following: Pulls the arytenoids cartil ages closer to the thyroid, relaxing the vocal ligaments and thereby What gland is found in the muscular triangle of the neck? Name the laryngeal muscle described by the following: Tenses the vocal ligaments, increasing the distance between the cartilages, thereby increasing the pitch Is an afferent or efferent pupillary defect described as B/L pupillary constriction when light is shined in the unaffected eye and B/L paradoxical dilation when light is shined in the Name the laryngeal muscle described by the following: Adducts the vocal ligaments, closes the air passageway during swallowing, and allows phonation What is the name of the spinal cord passing within the subarachnoid space and forming the spinal nerves that exit the lumbar and sacral foramina? Name the Name the compartment of compartment of the lower the lower extremity and extremity and the nerve based the nerve based on its on its movements. movements. Plantar flex Dorsiflex the the foot, flex the foot, extend the toes, and invert toes, and invert the foot the foot From what aortic From what aortic What abdominal arch are the arch are the muscle contributes following structures following structures to the anterior derived? derived? layer of the Arch of the Right and left rectus sheath, aorta and right pulmonary arteries forms the subclavian artery and the ductus inguinal ligament, arteriosus and in men gives rise to the external spermatic fascia of the From what aortic From what aortic From what aortic arch are the arch are the arch are the following structures following structures following structures derived? derived? derived? Degenerates Stapes artery Maxillary artery Name the compartment of the lower extremity and the nerve based on its movements. Adduct the thigh and flex the hip The inferior mesenteric vein drains into it. Are the quadrate and caudate lobes of the liver functionally part of the left or right lobe? What bones make up the acetabulum? What are the five Name the Name the branches of the correct artery. correct artery. posterior cord of The right The left the brachial recurrent laryngeal recurrent laryngeal plexus? nerve passes nerve passes around it. around it. Name the compartment of the lower extremity and the nerve based on its movements. Flex the hip and extend the knee Name the compartment of the lower extremity and the nerve based on its movements. Extend the hip and flex the knee Name the compartment of the lower extremity and the nerve based on its movements. Plantar flex the foot and evert the foot What ocular muscle Elevates and abducts the eyeball? What ocular muscle Abducts the eyeball and is involved in horizontal conjugate gaze? What ocular muscle Depresses and adducts the eyeball? What ocular muscle Adducts the eyeball and is involved in horizontal conjugate gaze? What ocular muscle Elevates and adducts the eyeball? What ocular muscle Depresses and abducts the eyeball? What is the What vessel is True or false? anatomic positio lacerated in an Below the ning of the right epidural hemato arcuate line, all and left gastric ma? the aponeurotic nerve plexus of fibers run the esophagus anterior to the as they pass rectus abdominis. through the diaphragm? What part of the heart forms The right border? What part of the heart forms Left border? What part of the heart forms Apex? Which CNs are found in the midline of the brainstem? What muscles insert in or on the intertubercular groove of the humerus? What nerve supplies taste sensation to the anterior twothirds of the tongue? Which muscles of the eye are under parasymp athetic control? Which direction does the uvula deviate in a left vagus nerve lesion? Is a subdural hematoma an arterial or venous bleed? What muscle keeps the stapes taut against the oval window? Name the components of the femoral canal, working laterally to medially. What muscle is most superior in the orbit? What part of the heart forms Posterior wall? What part of the What nerves heart forms carry the Diaphragmatic sensory and wall? motor components of the blink reflex? What part of the heart forms Base? What part of the heart forms Superior border? What part of the heart forms Anterior wall? What muscles make up the rotator cuff? What is the function of white rami communic antes? What muscle or muscles are innervated by the following nerves? Suprascapular nerve Arrange the What ocular What is the following layers ganglion is name for the in the correct affected if the most prominent sequence through pupil on the spinous process? which a needle affected side must pass in a sluggishly responds lumbar puncture. to light with normal accomm Skin odation? Subarachnoid space What portion of What two veins What CNs are the pericardium form the portal responsible for adheres to the vein? the sensor and tunica adventitia motor components of the great of the light vessels? reflex? What nerve is associated with the following functions? Supinate the wrist, extend the wrist and digits, extend the shoulder and elbow What abdominal muscle runs horizontally, con tributes to the posterior rectus sheath, and contributes to form the conjoint tendon? Which CNs act as the sensory and motor components of the gag reflex? What nerve is What nerve is associated with associated with the following the following functions? functions? Flex the wrist Flex the and digits, shoulder, flex the pronate the wrist elbow, and and the LOAF supinate the (Lumbricales, O elbow pponens pollicis, Abductor pollicis What muscle or What muscle or muscles are muscles are innervated by innervated by the following the following nerves? nerves? Upper Thoracodorsal subscapularis nerve nerve What nerve is associated with the following functions? Innervation of the flexor carpi ulnaris, flexor digiti profundus (pinky and ring fingers), and the intrinsic muscles What muscle or muscles are innervated by the following nerves? Long thoracic nerve True or false? Males are more likely to develop femoral hernias than females. In what Where is the compartment of cupola of the the thigh is the lung in relation to profundus femoris the subclavian artery found? artery and vein? At what point does the axillary artery become the brachial artery? What direction At what vertebral would the tongue level does the protrude in a left common carotid CN XII lesion? artery bifurcate? Which kidney is lower? Why? What two What vein drains regions of the the lower third of vertebral column the thoracic are considered wall? primary curvatures? The ophthalmic artery is a branch of what vessel? What structure or structures cross the diaphragm at T8 level? What structure or structures cross the diaphragm at T10 level? What artery travels with the following veins? Great cardiac vein What artery travels with the following veins? Middle cardiac vein What artery travels with the following veins? Small cardiac vein True or false? The first cervical vertebra has no vertebral body. What is the At what vertebral largest muscle in levels does the the body? aortic arch begin and end? What is the major difference between the veins in the face and the veins in the rest of the body? Name the bony articulations of the following sites. Be specific. Shoulder Name the bony articulations of the following sites. Be specific. Elbow Which muscle of the eye is under sympathetic con trol? True or false? both the left and right lungs have an oblique fissure? What are the three branches of the lateral cord of the brachial plexus? What structure or structures cross the diaphragm at T12 level? Is the carotid What nerve or sinus sensitive to nerves supply pressure or general sensation oxygen? and taste to the posterior third of the tongue? What abdominal What are the five What spinal muscle runs in a branches of the nerves contribute posteroinferior superior mesenteric to the pelvic direction, splits artery? splanchnic (par to contribute to asympathetic) n the rectus erves that sheath, contributes innervate the to the formation detrusor muscle of the conjoint of the urinary tendon, and in bladder? men gives rise to How many The duodenal What is the only bronchopulmonary jejunal flexure is tongue muscle segments are on suspended from innervated by the right lung? the posterior CN X? Left lung? abdominal wall by what? Name the bony articulations of the following sites. Be specific. Wrist What is the only laryngeal muscle innervated by the external laryngeal nerve? What seven structures are found in more than one mediastinum? What region of the pharynx does the eustachian tube enter? What is the only muscle of the soft palate that is innervated by CN V3? How many pairs of spinal nerves exit from the spinal cord? What two vessels come together to form the external jugular vein? What is the only vein in the body with a high O2 content? What are the three branches of the celiac trunk? What connects the third and the fourth ventricles? What nerve and artery could be affected in a humeral neck fracture? What type of hernia is described as passing through the deep lateral ring of the inguinal canal? Where are the tonsillar tissues? What is the name of the superficial subc utaneous fascia of the abdomen containing fat? What are the three anatomic characteristics that differentiate the large bowel from the small bowel and the rectum? What nerve supplies general sensation to the anterior twothirds of the tongue? What type of pleura is adherent to the surface of the organ? What artery supplies the left ventricle, left atrium, and interventricular septum? What artery turns into the dorsalis pedis when it crosses the extensor retinaculum? What is the term for pupils that react normally to accommodation but have bilateral loss of constriction in response to light? What connects the lateral ventricles to the third ventricle? Name the Name the Name the compartment of compartment of compartment of the mediastinum the mediastinum the mediastinum associated with associated with associated with the following the following the following thoracic structures: thoracic structures: thoracic structures: Thymus Phrenic nerve Esophagus What nerve roots constitute the cervical plexus? Name the Name the compartment of compartment of the mediastinum the mediastinum associated with associated with the following the following thoracic structures: thoracic structures: Heart and Descending pericardium aorta What area of the At the level of rib posterior aspect 6, the internal of the eye has thoracic artery no photoreceptors? divides into what two arteries? What is the name of inflammation of the prepatellar bursa? Name the Name the Name the compartment of compartment of compartment of the mediastinum the mediastinum the mediastinum associated with associated with associated with the following the following the following thoracic structures: thoracic structures: thoracic structures: Aortic arch IVC Vagus nerve Name the Name the Name the compartment of compartment of compartment of the mediastinum the mediastinum the mediastinum associated with associated with associated with the following the following the following thoracic structures: thoracic structures: thoracic structures: Azygos vein SVC Splanchnic nerves Name the Name the Name the compartment of compartment of compartment of the mediastinum the mediastinum the mediastinum associated with associated with associated with the following the following the following thoracic structures: thoracic structures: thoracic structures: Trachea Ascending Thoracic duct aorta What are the four muscles of mastication? With what What are the thoracic vertebra three branches or vertebrae of the inferior does rib 7 mesenteric artery? articulate? Name the What is the only The left compartment of organ in the subclavian artery the mediastinum body supplied by is a branch of associated with preganglionic sy what artery? the following mpathetic fibers? thoracic structures: Left subclavian artery Name the Name the Name the compartment of compartment of compartment of the mediastinum the mediastinum the mediastinum associated with associated with associated with the following the following the following thoracic structures: thoracic structures: thoracic structures: Brachiocephalic Pulmonary Left common vein artery and veins carotid artery Name the 10 retroperitoneal organs. Ventral rami of What is the what cervical region of the nerves constitute fallopian tube the phrenic where fertilization nerve? most commonly occurs? What nerve is compromised in carpal tunnel syndrome? What vascular What nerve and injury may result artery could be from a affected in a supracondylar fr midshaft humeral acture of the fracture? femur? What is the only valve in the heart with two cusps? What are five clinical signs of portal HTN? What three muscles constitute the erector spinae? Name the structure that enters or exits the following foramina: Carotid canal Name the structure that enters or exits the following foramina: Stylomastoid foramen Name the structure that enters or exits the following foramina: Hypoglossal canal Name the structure that enters or exits the following foramina: Foramen rotundum Name the structure that enters or exits the following foramina: Foramen ovale Name the structure that enters or exits the following foramina: Jugular foramen What foramen must be traversed for entry into the lesser peritoneal sac? Name the structure that enters or exits the following foramina: Foramen magnum Name the structure that enters or exits the following foramina: Foramen spinosum What two arteries join to form the superficial and deep palmar arches of the hand? What two ligaments of the uterus are remnants of the gubernaculum? What segments of the lumbosacral plexus form the following nerves? Tibial nerve What vessel can be found atop the scalene anterior? What component A motor lesion to of the corneal the right CN V reflex is lost in a results in CN VII deficit? deviation of the jaw to which side? Name the structure that enters or exits the following foramina: Internal auditory meatus Name the structure that enters or exits the following foramina: Optic canal Name the structure that enters or exits the following foramina: Cribriform plate What vessels Fracture of the carry deoxygenated fibular neck, blood into the resulting in foot lungs from the drop, is an injury right ventricle? of what nerve? What vein is formed by the union of the right and left brachiocephalic veins? What three What three What is the only structures are in muscles constitute pharyngeal muscle contact with the the pes not innervated left colic flexure? anserinus? by CN X? With the right colic flexure? What segments What segments What segments of the of the of the lumbosacral plexus lumbosacral plexus lumbosacral plexus form the form the form the following nerves? following nerves? following nerves? Common Femoral nerve Obturator peroneal nerve nerve What lower What lower What lower extremity nerve extremity nerve extremity nerve is described by is described by is described by the following the following the following motor loss? motor loss? motor loss? Loss of Loss of flexion Loss of knee eversion; inversion, of the knees and extension, weak dorsiflexion, and toes, plantarflexion, ened hip flexion plantarflexion of and weakened the foot inversion What artery supplies the right atrium, right ventricle, sinoatrial and atrioventricular nodes? What four branches of the brachial plexus arise prior to the first rib? What vertebral level is marked by the xiphoid process? If inserting a What muscle What chamber of needle to laterally rotates the eye lies perform a pleural the femur to between the iris tap or insertion unlock the knee? and the lens? of a chest tube, do you use the inferior or the superior border of a rib as your landmark? Why? What vessel does the right gonadal vein drain into? What two muscles do you test to see whether CN XI is intact? What two CNs are responsible for the carotid body and sinus reflexes? What nerve lesion presents with ape or simian hand as its sign? What muscle acts in all ranges of motion of the arm? What is the first branch of the abdominal aortic artery? What lower What lower extremity nerve extremity nerve is described by is described by the following the following motor loss? motor loss? Loss of Loss of flexion abduction of the of the knee and hip resulting in all function Trendelenburg gait below the knee, weakened exten sion of the thigh What lower extremity nerve is described by the following motor loss? Loss of adduction of the thigh What bone houses the ulnar groove? What CN is associated with the sensory innervation of Nasopharynx? What CN is associated with the sensory innervation of Oropharynx? What portion of What component What are the five the intervertebral of the pelvic branches of the disk is a remnant diaphragm forms median cord of of the the rectal sling the brachial notochord? (muscle of plexus? continence)? At what vertebral What is the level does the function of the trachea bifurcate? arachnoid granu lations? Damage to what nerve will give you winged scapula? What bursa is What muscle is What component inflamed in the chief flexor of of the ANS, clergyman's knee? the hip? when stimulated, results in bronchoconstric tion? What is the term What attaches What is the when the the cusps of the lymphatic drainage brachial artery is valves to the of the pelvic compressed, re papillary muscles organs? sulting in in the heart? ischemic contra cture of the hand? What CN is What protective What is the associated with covering adheres name of the the sensory to the spinal cord urinary bladder innervation of and CNS tissue? where the Laryngopharynx? ureters enter and the urethra exits? What structure of What structure of What branches the knee is the knee is of CN X are the described thus? described thus? sensory and Prevents Prevents motor components anterior displac abduction of the cough ement and has reflex? Be lateral-to-medial specific. attachment on the tibia What structure of What structure of What structure of the knee is the knee is the knee is described thus? described thus? described thus? C-shaped Prevents Prevents shock absorber; posterior displac adduction aids in ement and has attachment of medial-to-lateral the tibia to the attachment on femur via the the tibia medial collateral ligament What muscles in What type of What are the five the hand adduct cerebral bleed is terminal branches the fingers? due to a rupture of the facial of a berry nerve? aneurysm in the circle of Willis? What embryonic What embryonic What embryonic structure forms structure forms structure forms the adult male the adult male the adult male structure? structure? structure? Ventral part of Gubernaculum Epididymis, the penis testes ductus deferens, seminal vesicle, and ejaculatory duct What embryonic structure forms the adult male structure? Scrotum What embryonic structure forms the adult male structure? Urinary bladder, urethra, prostate gland, bulbourethral gland What embryonic structure forms the adult male structure? Testes, seminiferous tu bules, and rete testes What nerves From what What embryonic provide sensory pharyngeal groove structure forms innervation above is the external the adult male the vocal cords? auditory meatus structure? Below the vocal derived? Corpus cords? cavernosus, corpus spongiosum, and glans and body of the penis Does the zygote divide mitotically or meiotically? During what embryonic week does the intraembryonic coelom form? Name the primary vesicle the following structures are derived from (proencephalon, mesencephalon, or rhombencephalon). Cerebral hemispheres What disorder is due to a 5-reductase defici ency, resulting in testicular tissue and stunted male external genitalia? What is the term for a direct connection between the intestine and the external environment thr ough the umbilicus because the vitelline duct persists? Which PG is associated with maintaining a PDA? Where do the primordial germ cells arise? When does the primitive gut herniate out of the embryo? When does it go back into the embryo? What results when the palatine promin ences fail to fuse with the other side? Name the Name the Name the primary vesicle primary vesicle primary vesicle the following the following the following structures are structures are structures are derived from derived from derived from (proencephalon, (proencephalon, (proencephalon, mesencephalon, or mesencephalon, or mesencephalon, or rhombencephalon). rhombencephalon). rhombencephalon). Thalamus Eye Pons Name the Name the Name the primary vesicle primary vesicle primary vesicle the following the following the following structures are structures are structures are derived from derived from derived from (proencephalon, (proencephalon, (proencephalon, mesencephalon, or mesencephalon, or mesencephalon, or rhombencephalon). rhombencephalon). rhombencephalon). Diencephalon Metencephalon Telencephalon Name the Name the Name the primary vesicle primary vesicle primary vesicle the following the following the following structures are structures are structures are derived from derived from derived from (proencephalon, (proencephalon, (proencephalon, mesencephalon, or mesencephalon, or mesencephalon, or rhombencephalon). rhombencephalon). rhombencephalon). Midbrain Cerebellum Medulla Name the What malignant primary vesicle tumor of the the following trophoblast causes structures are high levels of derived from hCG and may (proencephalon, occur after a mesencephalon, or hydatidiform mole, rhombencephalon). abortion, or Lateral normal pregnancy? ventricles What syndrome is due to a deficiency of surfactant? Name the Name the Name the primary vesicle primary vesicle primary vesicle the following the following the following structures are structures are structures are derived from derived from derived from (proencephalon, (proencephalon, (proencephalon, mesencephalon, or mesencephalon, or mesencephalon, or rhombencephalon). rhombencephalon). rhombencephalon). Neurohypophysis Third ventricle Hypothalamus Name the Name the Name the primary vesicle primary vesicle primary vesicle the following the following the following structures are structures are structures are derived from derived from derived from (proencephalon, (proencephalon, (proencephalon, mesencephalon, or mesencephalon, or mesencephalon, or rhombencephalon). rhombencephalon). rhombencephalon). Myelencephalon Pineal gland Cerebral aqueduct What are the adult remnants of the following structures? Ductus venosus What are the adult remnants of the following structures? Foramen ovale Mandibular hyp oplasia, downslanted palpebral fissures, colobo mas, malformed ears, and zygomatic hypo plasia are commonly seen in what pharyngeal arch What are the adult remnants of the following structures? Right and left umbilical arteries What is the tetrad of tetralogy of Fallot? What are the adult remnants of the following structures? Ductus arteriosus How many oogonia are present at birth? What right-to-left shunt occurs when the aorta opens into the right ventricle and the pulmonary trunk opens into the left ventricle? What are the adult remnants of the following structures? Left umbilical vein What CN is associated with the Sixth pharyngeal arch? What disease What immunologic results in a syndrome is due failure of neural to a pharyngeal crest cells to pouch 3 and 4 migrate to the failure? myenteric plexus of the sigmoid colon and rectum? What CN is What CN is What CN is associated with associated with associated with the the the Third Fourth Fifth pharyngeal arch? pharyngeal arch? pharyngeal arch? What is the term for the external urethra opening onto the ventral surface of the penis? What CN is What CN is associated with associated with the the First Second pharyngeal arch? pharyngeal arch? From what From what From what pharyngeal pouch pharyngeal pouch pharyngeal pouch is the following is the following is the following structure derived? structure derived? structure derived? Superior Inferior Palatine tonsil parathyroid gland parathyroid gland and ultimobranchial and thymus body of the thyroid What pharyngeal How early can a From what pouch and pregnancy be pharyngeal pouch groove persist detected by hCG is the following when a assays in the structure derived? pharyngeal fistula blood? In urine? Middle ear is formed? What embryonic structure, around day 19, tells the ectoderm above it to differentiate into neural tissue? What is the term Is a for failure of the membranous septal testes to defect more descend into the commonly interv scrotum? entricular or interatrial? All primary oocytes in females are formed by what age? From what From what embryonic structure embryonic structure are the following are the following structures derived? structures derived? The The sinus ascending aorta venarum, coronary and the sinus, and the pulmonary trunk oblique vein of the left atrium What disorder is What hormone, How many associated with produced by the mature sperm jaundice, white syncytiotrophoblast, are produced by stools, and dark stimulates the one type B urine due to production of spermatogonium? biliary duct progesterone by occlusion secon the corpus dary to luteum? incomplete reca nalization? What is the term for the external urethra opening onto the dorsal surface of the penis? True or false? In females, meiosis II is incomplete unless fertilization takes place. What adult structures are derived from preotic somites? What embryonic structure forms the following adult structures? Urinary bladder and urethra What embryonic structure forms the following adult structures? External genitalia What embryonic structure forms the following adult structures? Nephrons, kidney After a True or false? What embryonic longstanding leftThe thyroid structure forms to-right shunt gland is an the following reverses, causing embryologic foregut adult structures? cyanosis, and derivative. Collecting becomes a rightducts, calyces, to-left shunt, renal pelvis, and what is it ureter termed? From what From what From what embryonic structure embryonic structure embryonic structure are the following are the following are the following structures derived? structures derived? structures derived? The right and The aortic The right and left ventricles vestibule and the left atria conus arteriosus What embryonic What embryonic structure forms structure forms the adult female the adult female structures? structures? Glans clitoris, Gartner's duct corpus cavernosus, and spongiosum What embryonic structure forms the adult female structures? Ovary, follicles, rete ovarii Projectile nonbilious The separation Blood and its vomiting and a of 46 vessels form small knot at the homologous chr during what right costal omosomes without embryonic week? margin (olive splitting of the sign) are centromeres occurs hallmarks of during what what embryonic phase of disorder? meiosis? What embryonic structure forms the following adult structures? Median umbilical ligament True or false? Name the four The epithelial ventral mesentery lining of the derivatives. urinary bladder and the urethra are embryologic hindgut derivatives. What syndrome Preeclampsia in occurs when a the first 46XY fetus trimester, hCG develops testes levels above and female 100, 00 mIU/mL, external genitalia? and an enlarged bleeding uterus are clinical signs of what? What embryonic structure forms the adult female structures? Ovarian and round ligaments What embryonic structure forms the adult female structures? Urinary bladder, urethra, greater vestibular glands, vagina True or false? The foramen ovale closes just prior to birth. What direction does the primitive gut rotate? What is its axis of rotation? What embryonic structure forms the adult female structures? Uterine tube, uterus, cervix, and upper third of the vagina What embryonic structure forms the adult female structures? Labia majora What embryonic structure forms the adult female structures? Labia minora What is the only organ supplied by the foregut artery that is of mesodermal origin? What tumor is derived from primitive streak remnants and often contains bone, hair, or other tissue types? What two pathologic condi tions occur when the gut does not return to the embryo? True or false? The respiratory system is derived from the ventral wall of the foregut. What is the What structure is name for failure derived from the of the allantois to prochordal plate? close, resulting in a urachal fistula or sinus? At ovulation, in what stage of meiosis II is the secondary oocyte arrested? What is the What remains name for failed patent in a recanalization of hydrocele of the the duodenum testis, allowing resulting in peritoneal fluid to polyhydramnios, form into a cyst? bile-containing vomitus, and a distended stomach? What right-to-left shunt occurs when only one vessel receives blood from both the right and left ventricles? What three embryonic cell layers form the chorion? Where are the preganglionic n euron cell bodies, the CNS or the PNS? During what In men, at what embryonic week embryonic week do somites begin do the primordial to form? germ cells migrate to the indifferent gonad? What embryonic week sees the formation of the notochord and the neural tube? True or false? What results For implantation when the to occur the maxillary promin zona pellucida ence fails to fuse must degenerate. with the medial nasal prominence? What is the direction of growth for the primitive streak, caudal to rostral or rostral to caudal? What syndrome What CNs are What CNs are is associated affected if there affected if there with the following is a lesion in is a lesion in brainstem lesions? The midbrain? The upper Posterior medulla? cerebral artery occlusion resulting in a contralateral corticospinal tract signs, contralateral corticobulbar signs What syndrome What syndrome What syndrome is associated is associated is associated with the following with the following with the following brainstem lesions? brainstem lesions? brainstem lesions? Slow-growing Occlusion of AICA or acoustic neuroma the PICA, superior cerebellar producing CN VII resulting in artery occlusion, deficiencies limb ipsilateral resulting in ataxia, ipsilateral ipsilateral limb facial pain and ataxia, ipsilateral temperature loss, facial pain and Which three CNs What syndrome What syndrome send sensory is associated is associated information to with the following with the following the solitary brainstem lesions? brainstem lesions? nucleus? Vertebral Contralateral artery or anterior corticospinal and spinal artery medial lemniscus occlusion, resulting tract deficits and in contralateral an ipsilatera corticospinal tract medial strabismus and medial secondary to a What deep cerebellar nuclei receive Purkinje cell projections in The flocculonodular lobe? What deep cerebellar nuclei receive Purkinje cell projections in The vermis? What deep cerebellar nuclei receive Purkinje cell projections in The lateral cerebellar hemi spheres? What component What component What component of the trigeminal of the trigeminal of the trigeminal nuclei nuclei nuclei Supplies the Receives Forms the muscles of sensory input (all sensory component mastication? but pain and of the jaw jerk temperature) from reflex? the face, scalp, dura, and the oral and nasal cavities? What CNs are What CNs are What is the only affected if there affected if there CN nucleus is a lesion in is a lesion in found in the Pontomedullary The upper cervical spinal junction? pons? cord? What tract What reflex, What is the triad carries unconscious seen in lesions of Horner's proprioceptive i of the syndrome? nformation from corticospinal tract, the Golgi tendon is an extension organs and of the great toe muscle spindles with fanning the to the of remaining cerebellum, helping toes? monitor and modulate muscle What is the term What bedside Which one of the to describe the test is used to cerebellar pedu soft, flabby feel differentiate a ncles is mainly and diminished dorsal column responsible for reflexes seen in lesion from a outgoing (efferent) patients with lesion in the information? acute cerebellar vermis of the injury to the cerebral cortex? deep cerebellar nuclei? What deep cerebellar nuclei receive Purkinje cell projections in The intermediate he mispheres? What is the only What three CNs excitatory neuron are associated in the cerebellar with conjugate cortex, and what eye movements? is its neurotransmitter? Where are the postganglionic neuron cell bodies, the CNS or the PNS? What disease is a cavitation of the spinal cord causing bilateral loss of pain and temperature at the level of the lesion? What nucleus of the hypothalamus receives visual input from the retina and helps set the circadian rhythm? What is the name of demyelination of the corticospinal tract and the dorsal column in the spinal cord due most commonly to a vitamin B12 deficiency? What component of the inner ear Contains perilymph and responds to angular acceleration and deceleration of the head? What encephalo pathy causes ocular palsies, confusion, and gait abnormalities related to a lesion in the mammillary bodies and/or the dorsomedial nuclei of the thalamus? What component of the inner ear Contains endolymph and responds to head turning and movement? Which thalamic nucleus receives auditory input from the inferior colliculus? What component of the inner ear Contains endolymph and gravity receptors monitoring linear acceleration and deceleration of the head, noting changes in head position? What CN carries preganglionic p arasympathetic fibers that innervate the viscera of the neck, thorax, foregut, and midgut? What area of the What excitatory hypothalamus is fibers arise from responsible for the inferior recognizing an olivary nuclei on increase in body the contralateral temperature and side of the body? mediates the response to dissipate heat? What term describes the reflex that increases the curvature of the lens, allowing near vision? What preganglionic Where are the sympathetic fibers cell bodies for are responsible the DCML and for innervating spinothalamic s the smooth ensory systems? muscle and glands of the pelvis and the hindgut? Are white rami preganglionic or postganglionic fibers? What area of the What CN hypothalamus is transmits sensory responsible for information from recognizing a the cornea? decrease in body temperature and mediates the response to conserve heat? Name the Name the Name the thalamic nucleus thalamic nucleus thalamic nucleus based on its based on its based on its input and output. input and output. input and output. Input from the Input from Input from trigeminal pathw globus pallidus medial lemniscus ays; output to and the and the primary somato cerebellum; output spinocerebellar sensory cortex of to the primary tracts; output to the parietal lobe motor cortex the primary somatosensory Name the form Name the form Name the of spina bifida. of spina bifida. thalamic nucleus An open Defect in the based on its neural tube lying vertebral arch input and output. on the surface of Input from the the back optic tract; output projects to the primary visual cortex of the occipital lobe What four CN Name the form Name the form carry preganglionic of spina bifida. of spina bifida. parasympathetic Meninges and Meninges fibers? spinal cord project through a project through a vertebral defect vertebral defect What area of the brain serves as the major sensory relay center for visual, auditory, gustatory, and tactile information destined for the cerebral cortex, cerebellum, or basal ganglia? Name the thalamic nucleus based on its input and output. Input from the mammillary bodies via the mammillothalamic tract and the cingulated gyrus; output to the Name the thalamic nucleus based on its input and output. Input from globus pallidus and substantia nigra; output to primary motor cortex Which of the colliculi help direct the movement of both eyes in a gaze? How do the corticobulbar fibres of CN VII differ from the rest of the CNs? What is the name of a thin brown ring around the outer edge of the cornea, seen in Wilson's disease? What do UMNs innervate? Name the Name the thalamic nucleus thalamic nucleus based on its based on its input and output. input and output. Input from the Input from amygdala, prefr inferior colliculus; ontal cortex, and output to primary temporal lobe; auditory cortex output to the prefrontal lobe and the What are the What CNs arise three sites where from CSF can leave The midbrain? the ventricles and enter the subarachnoid s pace? (Name the lateral and the medial foramina.) How many pairs of spinal nerves are associated with Lumbar vertebrae? How many pairs of spinal nerves are associated with Sacral vertebrae? What CNs arise from The pons? How many pairs of spinal nerves are associated with Coccygeal vertebrae? What syndrome is described by a lesion in the angular gyrus (area 39) resulting in alexia, agraphia, acalculia, finger agnosia, and right-left disorie ntation? How many pairs of spinal nerves are associated with Cervical vertebrae? How many pairs of spinal nerves are associated with Thoracic vertebrae? By asking a What is the What branch off patient to close name of bilateral the vertebral the eyes while flaccid paralysis, artery supplies standing with hyporeflexia, and The feet together, hypotonia due to ventrolateral twowhat two a viral infection thirds of the pathways are of the ventral cervical spinal you eliminating horn of the cord and the from propriocept spinal cord? ventrolateral part ion? of the medulla? What encapsulated group of nerve endings seen at the muscletendon junction responds to an increase in tension generated in that muscle? (This is dropping a box that is too What CNs arise from The medulla? What chromosome What syndrome 4, AD disorder is is described as a degeneration bilateral lesions of GABA of the amygdala neurons in the and the striatum of the hippocampus re indirect pathway sulting in of the basal placidity, antero ganglia? grade amnesia, oral exploratory behavior, hyper What disconnect True or false? syndrome results Glucose readily from a lesion in diffuses across the corpus the blood-brain callosum secondary barrier. to an infarct in the anterior cerebral artery, so that the person can comprehend the What is the What is the term name of violent for the type of projectile move pupil seen in ments of a limb neurosyphilis, and resulting from a what ocular lesion in the reflexes are lost? subthalamic nuclei of the basal ganglia? What cells lining the ventricles have cilia on their luminal surface to move CSF? What is the most common site for an aneurysm in cerebral circulation? True or false? Intrafusal fibers form muscle spindles. What fissure of the cerebral cortex runs perpendicular to the lateral fissure and separates the frontal and the parietal lobes? True or false? The presence of PMNs in the CSF is always abnormal. What branch off the vertebral artery supplies The cerebellum and the dorsolateral part of the medulla? What syndrome causes inability to concentrate, easy distractibility, apathy, and regression to an infantile suckling or grasping reflex? What Brodmann area is associated with Visual association cortex? What Brodmann area is associated with Frontal eye fields? What Brodmann area is associated with Primary visual cortex? What Brodmann What Brodmann area is area is associated with associated with Somatosensory Primary motor association cortex? cortex? What Brodmann area is associated with Premotor cortex? What Brodmann area is associated with Broca's area? What Brodmann area is associated with Primary auditory cortex? What Brodmann area is associated with Primary somatosensory cortex? In a What glial cell is What directtopographical ar derived from pathway basal rangement of the mesoderm and ganglia disease cerebellar homu acts as a is described by nculus map, scavenger, cleaning masklike facies, what area or up cellular debris stooped posture, lobe after injury? cogwheel rigidity, Controls distal pill-rolling tremor musculature? at rest, and a gait characterized by shuffling and In a In a In a topographical ar topographical ar topographical ar rangement of the rangement of the rangement of the cerebellar homu cerebellar homu cerebellar homu nculus map, nculus map, nculus map, what area or what area or what area or lobe lobe lobe Controls the Is involved in Controls axial and motor planning? balance and eye proximal muscul movements? ature of the What Brodmann What is the fluid What aphasia area is of the posterior produces a associated with compartment of nonfluent pattern Wernicke's the eye? of speech with area? the abilty to understand written and spoken language seen in lesions in the dominant hemis phere? What splanchnic carries pregangl ionic parasympa thetic fibers that innervate the hindgut and the pelvic viscera? Is nystagmus defined by the fast or slow component? Name the ocular lesion; be specific. Left optic nerve lesion What nucleus of What cells of the What cell's the hypothalamus retina sees in axons are the is the satiety color and needs only ones that center, regulating bright light to be leave the food intake? activated? cerebellar cortex? What artery What hypothalamic supplies most of nucleus is the lateral responsible for surfaces of the the production of cerebral hemisp ADH? heres? True or false? High-frequency sound waves stimulate hair cells at the base of the cochlea. What is the If a lesion occurs name for inability before the onset to stop a of puberty and movement at the arrests sexual intended target? development, what area of the hypothalamus is affected? What sulcus divides the occipital lobe horizontally into a superior cuneus and inferior lingual gyrus? Name the ocular Name the ocular lesion; be lesion; be specific. specific. A right lateral Left Meyer's compression of loop lesion of the the optic chiasm optic radiations. (as in aneurysms in the internal carotid artery) Name the ocular lesion; be specific. Right calcarine cortex lesion Name the ocular lesion; be specific. A right LGB lesion (in the thalamus) What is the function of the cerebellum? Name the ocular lesion; be specific. Optic chiasm lesion What parasymp What sensory What do LMNs athetic nucleus system is innervate? is found on the affected in the floor of the fourth late spinal cord ventricle and manifestation of supplies pregan syphilis? glionic fibers innervating the terminal ganglias of the thorax, foregut, and What ganglion In what tract What CN supplies the does pain, nucleus receives postganglionic temperature, and auditory information parasympathetic crude touch from both ears fibers to the sensory information via the cochlear ciliary muscles of ascend to the nuclei? the eye? postcentral gyrus of the parietal lobe? Do alpha-or Contracting both Will a unilateral gamma-motor n medial rectus lesion in the eurons innervate muscles simulta spinothalamic tract extrafusal muscle neously makes result in a fibers? the images of contralateral or near objects ipsilateral loss of remain on the pain and same part of the temperature? retina. What term describes this process? What type of What type of Describe the fiber or fibers are fiber or fibers are loss for each of carried in carried in the following in a (answer motor, (answer motor, hemisection of sensory, or both) sensory, or both) the spinal cord. Dorsal root Spinal nerve? (BrownSequard ganglion? syndrome) Dorsal column tract? What type of What type of What type of fiber or fibers are fiber or fibers are fiber or fibers are carried in carried in carried in (answer motor, (answer motor, (answer motor, sensory, or both) sensory, or both) sensory, or both) Dorsal rami? Ventral rami? Ventral root? What tract carries the ipsilateral dorsal column fibers from the lower limbs in the spinal cord? True or false? What type of CSF is a clear, fiber or fibers are hypertonic solution carried in with higher (answer motor, concentrations of sensory, or both) K + and HCO3-, Dorsal root? than the serum. What artery is formed by the union of the two vertebral arteries? What disease is Which dopamine described by receptor excites bilateral flaccid the direct weakness of the pathway of the upper limbs basal ganglia? (LMN) and bilateral spastic weakness of the lower limbs (UMN) beginning at the cervical What area of the What aphasia is What is the brain acts as the seen as an function of the center for inability to basal ganglia? ipsilateral horizontal comprehend sp gaze? oken language and speaking in a word salad? Describe the Describe the Describe the loss for each of loss for each of loss for each of the following in a the following in a the following in a hemisection of hemisection of hemisection of the spinal cord. the spinal cord. the spinal cord. (BrownSequard (BrownSequard (BrownSequard syndrome) syndrome) syndrome) Corticospinal LMN? Spinothalamic tract? tract? What is the name of the tremor that occurs during movements and is absent while the person is at rest? What is the term What frontal lobe for making up cortex is stories regarding associated with past experiences organizing and because of an planning the inability to intellectual and retrieve them? emotional aspect of behavior? In an adult, where does the spinal cord terminate and what is it called? If a patient with a What area of the cerebellar lesion limbic system is has nystagmus, responsible for which way is the attaching emotional fast component significance to a directed, toward stimulus? or away from the lesion? Does the direct or indirect basal ganglia pathway result in a decreased level of cortical excitation? What fissure of What area of the the cerebral brain acts as the cortex separates center for the frontal and contralateral hor temporal lobes izontal gaze? rostrally and partially separates the parietal and temporal lobes? What happens to muscle tone and stretch reflexes when there is a LMN lesion? In what pathway What sided of the basal muscle weakness ganglia do is seen in an lesions result in UMN corticospinal an underactive tract injury above cortex with the pyramidal hypokinetic, slow, decussation? or absent spontaneous m ovement? What area of the hypothalamus is the feeding center? In what pathway of the basal ganglia do lesions result in hyperactive cortex with hyperkinetic, chorea, athetosis, tics, and dystonia? Where is the lesion that produces these symptoms when a patient is asked to look to the left? Right eye can't look left, left eye nystagmus, and Where is the lesion that produces these symptoms when a patient is asked to look to the left? Neither eye can look left with a slow drift to the right What is the largest nucleus in the midbrain? Where is the lesion that produces these symptoms when a patient is asked to look to the left? Left eye can't look to the left What thalamic relay nucleus do the mammillary bodies project to? What cells What causes contribute to the slow writhing blood-brain barrier movements (ath and proliferate in etosis)? response to CNS injury? What part of the With which CN Ophthalmic artery ANS (i.e., PNS are preganglionic is a branch of or CNS) controls parasympathetic what artery? the constriction axons arising of the pupil in from the response to Edinger- Westphal light? nucleus associa ted? What area of the retina consists of only cones and has the greatest visual acuity? What tract carries the ipsilateral dorsal column fibers from the upper limbs in the spinal cord? What CNS demyelinating di sease is characterized by diplopia, ataxia, paresthesias, m onocular blindness and weakness, or spastic paresis? What limb of the internal capsule is not supplied by the middle cerebral artery? What tract is responsible for voluntary refined movements of distal extremities? Craniopharyngi omas are remnants of what? What is the What is the What neuronal name of the name of the cell bodies are postganglionic postganglionic contained in the parasympathetic parasympathetic intermediate zone ganglion that ganglion that of the spinal innervates innervates cord? (T1L2) The The lacrimal submandibular and gland and oral sublingual glands? and nasal mucosa? What area of the What is the brain is name of the responsible for postganglionic emotion, feeding, parasympathetic mating, attention, ganglion that and memory? innervates The papillary sphincter and ciliary muscle of the eye? What is the name of the postganglionic parasympathetic ganglion that innervates The parotid gland? The vertebral artery is a branch of what artery? What muscle of the middle ear is innervated by the mandibular division of CN V? The fibers of nucleus gracilis and nucleus cuneatus cross at the medullary decussation and ascend contralateral to what thalamic relay nucleus? What basic Where are the What nucleus, reflex regulates LMN cell bodies found in the muscle tone by of the intermediate zone contracting muscles corticospinal tract? of the spinal in response to cord, sends stretch of that unconscious pro muscle? prioception to the cerebellum? Clarke's nucleus Name the three is the second postganglionic ascending sensory sympathetic ganglia neuron of which that receive input spinocerebellar from thoracic tract? splanchnics. What is the only CN to arise from the dorsal surface of the midbrain? What ganglion What preganglionic receives pregan sympathetic fibers glionic sympathetic are responsible fibers from T1 to for innervating L12 and the foregut and innervates smooth the midgut? muscle, cardiac muscle, glands, head, thoracic viscera, and blood vessels of What reticular Will a patient A unilateral nuclei synthesize with a unilateral lesion in what serotonin from Llesion in the nucleus will tryptophan and cerebellum fall produce ipsilateral plays a role in toward or away paralysis of the mood, aggression, from the affected soft palate? and inducing side? sleep? True or false? Neurons in the dorsal horn participate in reflexes. What muscle of the middle ear is innervated by CN VII? What part of the inner ear contains the gravity receptors for changes in the position of the head? What nucleus supplies the preganglionic p arasympathetic fibers to the ciliary ganglion? Name the muscle type based on these descriptions: Discontinuous voluntary contra ction, multinuclear striated unbranched fibers, actin and myosin overlapping for banding What ascending sensory system carries joint position, vibratory and pressure sensation, and discriminative touch from the trunk and limbs? Name the Name the muscle type muscle type based on these based on these descriptions: descriptions: Continuous Involuntary involuntary cont contraction, uni raction, uninuclear nuclear nonstriated striated branched fibers, actin and fibers, actin and myosin not myosin overlapping forming banding for banding pattern; lack of T What reflex What cells of the enables the eyes retina see in to remain black and white focused on a and are used for target while the night vision? head is turning? Does light or Name the three Is the pH of CSF darkness regulate hormones produced acidotic, alkalotic, the pineal gland? by pinealocytes. or neutral? What cell surface modification of ependymal cells and respiratory epith elium has a 9 + 2 microtubular co nfiguration and movement as its function? What type of collagen is associated with the basement membrane? True or false? The following are functions of hepatocytes: protein production, bile secretion, detoxi fication, conjuga tion, and lipid storage. What is the epithelial lining of the prostatic portion of the urethra? What substance found in eosinophils is toxic to parasitic worms? What cell of the nephron is responsible for renin production and secretion? What segment of Who is the small responsible for intestine is passing on associated with mitochondrial DNA Brunner's glands? genetic disorders? What part of a neuron receives information? What element is What type of cell What organelle needed for the surface projection is responsible for proper alignment lies on the lateral ribosomal RNA of tropocollagen surface of cells synthesis? molecules? closest to the apex and acts to seal off the outside environment from the rest of the body? On what layer of the epidermis does all mitosis occur? What ribosomal subunit binds first to the mRNA strand? What is the Tcell area of the spleen? After fertilization, what cells of the corpus luteum Secrete progesterone? After fertilization, what cells of the corpus luteum Secrete estrogen? What is the largest organ in the body? Match the chromosome and haploid number with the stage of sperm develop ment, spermatid, spermatocyte (p rimary or secondary), spe rmatogonia (type A or B): Match the chromosome and haploid number with the stage of sperm develop ment, spermatid, spermatocyte (p rimary or secondary), spe rmatogonia (type A or B): What sweat gland type is associated with odor production and hair follicles and is found in the axilla? Match the chromosome and haploid number with the stage of sperm develop ment, spermatid, spermatocyte (p rimary or secondary), spe rmatogonia (type A or B): Match the chromosome and haploid number with the stage of sperm develop ment, spermatid, spermatocyte (p rimary or secondary), spe rmatogonia (type A or B): What papillae send their senses via chorda tympani of CN VII? What are the four functions of SER? Match the chromosome and haploid number with the stage of sperm develop ment, spermatid, spermatocyte (p rimary or secondary), spe rmatogonia (type A or B): True or false? The portal tract of the liver lobule is the first area to be oxygenated in the liver. What are the four posttranslat ional modifications done by the Golgi apparatus? What is the epithelial cell lining the nasopharynx? What are the three epidermal derivatives? Both submandibular What is the only and sublingual neuroglial cell of glands are mesodermal origin? innervated by CN VII (facial) and produce mucous and serous secretions. Which one mainly produces serous secretions? Which immunog What area of the lobulin is lymph node is secreted by the considered the plasma cells in thymic-dependent the gastrointestinal area? tract? Where is tropocollagen a ggregated to form a collagen fibril? What type of chromatin is transcriptionally inactive? What area of the What encapsulated What cell female reproductive lymphoid organ transports IgA, is tract is lined by is characterized secreted by stratified squamous by presence of plasma cells, epithelium rich in Hassall's corpus and is in Peyer's |glycogen? cles, and patches to the absence of gastrointestinal germinal centers lumen? and B cells? Myelin is What cell type of produced by the epidermis which cells in the functions as PNS? In the antigen-presenting CNS? cells? What cell type is found in the peripheral white pulp of the spleen? What are the True or false? What cell of the long microvilli in The central vein male reproductive the inner ear and of the liver lobule system produces male reproductive is the first area testosterone? tract called? affected during hypoxia. What organelle What cell type of What cell type of synthesizes prot the body or the body or eins that are fundus of the fundus of the intended to stay stomach secretes stomach secretes within the cell? IF? pepsinogen? What type of lysosome is formed when lysosome fuses with a substrate for breakdown? What cell What are the membrane structure four components increases the of the basement surface area of a membrane? cell and has actin randomly assorted within its structure? What are the What skin type What is the cells of the on the palms name of parathyroid gland and soles is hydrophilic pores that produce characterized by that allow the PTH? the absence of direct passage of hair follicles and ions and presence of particles between stratum lucidum? two adjacent cells? In what layer of What cells of the the epidermis is epidermis, derived melanin transferred from the neural from melanocytes crest, act as to keratinocytes? mechanoreceptors? What substance do the JG cells of the kidney secrete in response to low blood pressure? What cells of the thyroid gland secrete calcitonin? True or false? The nucleus is the site of transcription. How many days after the LH surge is ovulation? What hormone, What cells of the produced by the nephron function granulose cell, as sodium stimulates the concentration s endometrium to ensors of the enter the tubular fluid? proliferative phase? What type of chromatin is transcriptionally active? In the alveoli, what cell type is responsible for producing surfactant? In the alveoli, Which trophoblast what cell type is layer of the part of the placenta remains mononuclear ph until the end of agocytic system? pregnancy? True or false? The gallbladder functions to produce bile. True or false? Depolarization of the postsynaptic membrane excites the neuron. In the alveoli, what cell type is for gas exchange? What is the rule of one-third regarding muscle type of the esophagus? What papillae are responsible for sweet taste? What area of the lymph node contains germinal centers? What are the What cell type of three reasons for the epidermis the effectiveness originates from of the bloodthe neural crest? brain barrier? If no fertilization occurs, how many days after ovulation does the corpus luteum begin to degenerate? What area of the nephron is sensitive to the effects of ADH? What is the name of RER in neurons? What hormone causes milk letdown? What is the first epidermal layer without organelles and nuclei What area of the What lymphoid small intestine is organ has the characterized by following charac Peyer's patches? teristics: outer and inner cortical areas, encapsul ation, germinal centers, and high endothelial venules? What is the Where do sperm name of the SER go for of striated maturation? muscle? When is the first arrested stage of development in the female reproductive cycle? What is the most superficial layer of the epidermis? What syndrome What are the is characterized functions of the by dynein arm zonula occludens abnormality res and the zonula ulting in chronic adherens sinusitis, recurrent pulmonary infec tions, and infertility? What area of the What is the What papillae spleen consists name of the are touch of splenic cords protein coat that receptors on the of Billroth and surrounds the tongue and send phagocytoses R nuclear envelope? their sensations BCs? via CN V3 (mandibular divi sion)? What lymphoid organ is characterized by germinal centers, plasma cells that secrete IgA, and no encapsulation? What generate anterograde tra nsport of information in a neuron? What is the only glycosaminoglycan (GAG) that binds to the linker portion of the proteoglycan? What two areas Which of the Where are the of the skin do not following is not enzymes for the contain sebaceous part of the ETC and glands? conducting portion oxidative phosp of the respiratory horylation found? system: trachea, bronchi, alveoli, or larynx? What is the What cells of the What segment of longest and most epidermis carry the gastrointestinal convoluted segment the pigment tract lacks villi, of the nephron? melanin? has crypts, and actively transports sodium out of its lumen? What maintains Are the JG cells What cell of the the osmotic of the nephron a duodenum secretes gradient that is part of the CCK? critical to the afferent or concentrating ability efferent arteriole? of the kidney? What does the tunica intima of arteries have that veins do not? Do the duct or the acini cells of the pancreas secrete HCO3-? What cell of the duodenum contains high concentrations of lysozymes and has phagocytic activity? What cell in What three What epidermal bone is a part of factors do Sertoli layer's function is the mononuclear cells produce for to release lipids phagocytic system? normal male to act as a development? sealant? A single mRNA strand translated by a ribosome is termed what? What ribosomal subunit sizes do eukaryotic cells have? What cell is What histone under control of binds two FSH and nucleosomes to testosterone; se gether? cretes inhibin, MIF, and androgen-binding protein; and phagocytizes the excess cytoplasm of the What term What phase of describes how the female an action reproductive cycle potential is is 14 days long? propagated along an axon? What are the What is the term proteoglycans of for the first 3 to 5 cartilage and days of the bone? female reproductive cycle? What is the second arrested stage of development in the female reproductive cycle? What organelles make ATP, have their own dsDNA, and can synthesize protein? What is the major inorganic component of bone? What cells of the adrenal gland are neural crest derivatives? Where does Beta-oxidation of very long chain fatty acids begin?

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Title: Qu piensas? Exercise number: WBP-5 Grading type: Graded Assigned: YesGrading Method:Computer OnlyComputer & InstructorInstructor OnlyFinal score: 5 out of 5 (100%) 0 0%5 100%Exercise answers: What do you think? Give your opinion
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Name: _ Code # _Summer Session 2008ID: XUCSD Physics 2BPE2 SupplementREAD ME !Potential, Work & CapacitorsEach of these exercises in this set asks for a different value, but the approach is the same for them all. These are the steps: 1.
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Eck, Diana "From Many, One" 1) What does E. Pluribus Unum mean? From Many. One. Political meaning from many colonies, one republic; from many states, one nation. Cultural From many peoples or nationalities, one people. 2) How was religious freedom
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