N110PMKeyQuery - Version PM-KEY: Page 1 of 11 Name: . ID:....

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Version PM-KEY: Page 1 of 11 Name:……… KEY ……………. ID:………………………………. For short-answer and fill-in-the-blank questions: correct/accepted answers are in red , with added answers in bold . Answers that will not be accepted and my explanations are in green . I did not quote queries about the answer key verbatim, but I did my best to provide responses that addressed every query that I received on the noteboard or by email. 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) ___. sodium is accepted for blank #1. 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, temporal lobe, V4 Prosopagnosia is the inability to recognize faces. NOT ACCEPTED: cones
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Version PM-KEY: Page 2 of 11 Name:……… KEY ……………. ID:………………………………. 5. When potassium channels on the soma of inner hair cells open, the inner hair cells ____ hyperpolarize ________. Also accepted: repolarize 6. According to the ______ labeled line theory ________, one can tell sound frequency based on what auditory nerve fiber is firing. 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, olfactory tract NOT ACCEPTED (not specific enough or not close enough) : cortex, periform
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Version PM-KEY: Page 3 of 11 Name:……… KEY ……………. ID:………………………………. 9. What does the term “motor unit” refer to? A single motor neuron and the muscle fibers that it innervates, a motor neuron and the muscle fibers it is connected to NOT ACCEPTED (not specific enough): a motor neuron and muscle fibers 10. ___ Ia sensory afferents __________ carry information from the muscle spindles to the spinal cord. Also accepted: Ia afferents NOT ACCEPTED (not specific enough): sensory neurons 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 . Accepted: the song will not change
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