Spring 2007 Neurophysiology Final Exam Questions (PGY 300)

Spring 2007 Neurophysiology Final Exam Questions (PGY 300)...

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Spring 2007 Neurophysiology Final Exam Questions 1. A sensory system that seems to use hundreds of different types of receptors to detect sensory stimuli is the: a) visual system b) gustatory system c) auditory system d) somatosensory system e) olfactory system* 2. Neurons connecting the two hemispheres of the cerebral cortex run through what structure? a) pons b) cerebellum c) medulla d) corpus callosum* e) thalamus 3. Motor output leaves the spinal cord through what structure? a) pia mater b) white matter c) ventral root* d) dura mater e) dorsal root 4. The destruction of dopamine containing neurons is likely to lead to what disease? a) myasthenia gravis b) multiple sclerosis c) Huntington's disease d) Parkinson’s disease * e) Addison's disease 5. At the peak of the action potential, when mostly sodium channels are open, the membrane potential of a neuron is most likely to be? a) +60 mV* b) +30 mV c) 0 mV d) -15 mV e) -90 mV
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6. The repolarizing portion of the action potential is due to increased activation of
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PGY 300 taught by Professor Krasney during the Spring '05 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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