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exam2_2006 - Integrative Biology 131 Examination II Test...

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1 Integrative Biology 131 Examination II November 15, 2006 Test Form A (Green) Bubble in your Student ID Number and Test Form A on your Scantron sheet. Choose the best answer. 1. Specific fiber tracts in the white matter of the spinal cord arranged according to origin and destination are called a. funiculi b. visceral fibers c. fasciculi d. commissures 2. Astrocytes, a type of macroglial cell a. form myelin b. form neurons in the embryo c. aid in the formation of the blood brain barrier d. are formed initially in the bone marrow 3. Anterior to the vocal cords is the _________hyaline cartilage. a. thyroid b. cricoid c. epiglottis d. arytenoid 4. The cerebral cortex would be 2 1/2 feet square if it were not for the presence of a. gyri b. commissures c. plexi d. ventricles 5. The laryngopharynx connects the oral pharynx to the a. trachea b. esophagus c. nasopharynx d. larynx 6. Which is not appropriate for the epithelium lining the nasal cavity? a. pseudostratified columnar b. stratified squamous c. goblet cells d. cilia
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7. The poliomyelitis virus attacks the a. interneurons in the anterior horn b. small posterior horn cells c. free nerve endings d. large anterior horn cells 8. A main sensory relay station to the cerebral cortex is called the a. hypothalamus b. epithalamus c. thalamus d. cerebral peduncle 9. Myelin serves to a. cover the axon hillock b. speed the impulse conduction at the axon terminal c. speed the impulse conduction and help maintain the axon d. slow the impulse conduction 10. Lissauer’s fasciculus, lateral to the posterior horn, carries what sensory modality? a. pain b. touch c. kinesthesis d. pressure 11. In the adult brain the central canal of the embryonic neural tube forms the a. Eustachian tube b. canals of Schlemm c. ventricles d. amygdala 12. Myelin, whether in the CNS or PNS is formed by a. collaterals b. endothelial cells c. glial cells d. fat cells 13. Cranial nerve VII a. innervates your extra ocular eye muscles b. supplies your skin on the cheek with sensory innervation
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