human physiology study questions 10 14 17

human physiology study questions 10 14 17 - Lecture...

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Lecture 11-Sensory 2 1. A college student walks into his/her grandmothers home after being gone for several years. Upon opening the door, he/she smells grandma’s bran muffins and this triggers an emotional response. How can this happen? a. Olfactory pathways go to the anterior pituitary gland b. Some combinations of smells can trigger the parasympathetic nervous system c. Olfactory pathways have connections to the limbic system d. All smells are linked to taste 2. Which of the following are INCORRECT: a. The iris controls the amount of light hitting the retina b. A genetic defect in the fovea would cause a greater impact on color vision than it would on night vision (black and white only). c. Increased sympathetic input to the lens would cause the pupil to increase in diameter. d. Intensity of light is coded by the amplitude of the action potentials e. All are incorrect f. C and D are incorrect g. A and B are incorrect Lecture 14 – Immunology 1 1. Which of the following is/are CORRECT regarding the specific immune defense system:
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2008 for the course INTEGRATIV 130 taught by Professor Kregel during the Spring '08 term at University of Iowa.

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