PHRM 3450 Exam 4 - PHRM3450: EXAM 4 (OCT 20, 2009) ANS;...

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PHRM3450: EXAM 4 (OCT 20, 2009) ANS; Integration of nervous system functions (I & II); Thermoregulation and Headache Each of the following questions only has 1 correct answer. Choose the best answer for each question and mark it in the scantron sheet provided. Each question carries 1.5 points (Total 50 x 1.5 = 75 points) 1. Compared to the somatic nervous system, the autonomic nervous system secretes A. Acetylcholine only B. Norepinephrine only C. Acetylcholine or norepinephrine D. Acetylcholine or dopamine 2. Compared to the somatic nervous system, which of the following describes the neuron arrangement from the central nervous system (CNS) to the effector in the autonomic nervous system? A. One motor neuron extending from the CNS to the effector B. Two motor neurons in series C. Three motor neurons in series D. Four motor neurons in series 3. The sympathetic division is also referred to as the ______ division. A. Afferent B. Craniosacral C. Somatic D. Thoracolumbar 4. The parasympathetic division is also referred to as the _____ division. A. Afferent B. Craniosacral C. Somatic D. Thoracolumbar 5 . Which of the following are NOT exclusively cholinergic neurons? A. Parasympathetic preganglionic B. Parasympathetic postganglionic C. Sympathetic preganglionic D. Sympathetic postganglionic 1
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6. Which of the following are usually adrenergic neurons? A. Parasympathetic preganglionic B. Parasympathetic postganglionic C. Sympathetic preganglionic D. Sympathetic postganglionic 7. Acetylcholine is always the neurotransmitter employed by each of the following EXCEPT A. Parasympathetic preganglionic neurons B. Parasympathetic postganglionic neurons C. Sympathetic preganglionic neurons D. Sympathetic postganglionic neurons 8. The neurotransmitter acetylcholine binds to A. Alpha receptors B. Beta receptors C. Alpha and beta receptors D. Nicotinic and muscarinic receptors 9. Because it selectively activates beta receptors, which of the following class of drugs are used to dilate bronchioles in respiratory disorders, such as asthma? A. β2 agonist B. β2 antagonist C. β1 agonist D. β1 antagonist 10. Which of the following is a parasympathetic blocking agent used to dilate the pupils during an eye examination? A. Albuterol B. Atropine C. Phenylephrine D. Propranolol 2
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11. _____ stimulation leads to dilation of pupils of the eyes and _____ stimulation leads to constriction of the pupils A. Increased parasympathetic; decreased parasympathetic B. Increased sympathetic; decreased sympathetic C. Increased parasympathetic; increased sympathetic D. Increased sympathetic; increased parasympathetic 12. Which of the following brain areas is the most important integrating center for autonomic nervous system functions?
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PHRM 3450 Exam 4 - PHRM3450: EXAM 4 (OCT 20, 2009) ANS;...

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