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Version PM- Page 1 of 9 Name:……… KEY ……………. ID:………………………………. Please answer the following questions. Each fill-in-the-blank is worth one point. If there is no fill-in-the-blank, the question is worth one point. 1. To view far away objects, tension on the eye lens must ______ increase _______. 2. The “dark current” is comprised of __ sodium and calcium _ ions flowing into the ___ photoreceptor (or rod or cone) ___. 3. According to Hubel and Wiesel’s experiments, how will orientation tuning vary if you record from neurons in striate cortex along an oblique electrode penetration? Orientation tuning will vary systematically 4. Prosopagnosia is likely to be the result of damage to the ___ ventral pathway ___. Also accepted: “what” pathway or temporal pathway 5. When potassium channels on the soma of inner hair cells open, the inner hair cells ____ hyperpolarize ________. 6. According to the ______ labeled line theory ________, one can tell sound frequency based on what auditory nerve fiber is firing.
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Version PM- Page 2 of 9 Name:……… KEY ……………. ID:………………………………. 7. Altering the speed of axonal transmission from the left ear will disrupt sound localization in what part(s) of the auditory system? Medial superior olive 8. The majority of the output of the olfactory bulb goes to ___ pyriform cortex ____. Also accepted: olfactory cortex 9. What does the term “motor unit” refer to? A single motor neuron and the muscle fibers that it innervates 10. ___ Ia sensory afferents __________ carry information from the muscle spindles to the spinal cord. 11. How will removing the tutor during the motor learning phase affect song learning by juvenile zebra finches? As long as the tutor was present for part of the sensory acquisition phase, it will not affect song learning.
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Version PM- Page 3 of 9 Name:……… KEY ……………. ID:………………………………. 12. What is the function of outer hair cells in the cochlea? They amplify the vibration of the basilar membrane to sound. Also accepted: increase movement of the basilar membrane NOT accepted: amplify membrane movement (you must have correctly identified the membrane)
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2010 for the course BIO SCI BIO N110 taught by Professor Leon,chance&parker during the Spring '09 term at UC Irvine.

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