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Midterm1_Version Anp - Name Class Date ID A NPB 101 Midterm 1 October 19 Fall 2009 Version A 1 The normal sequence of structures activated for

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Name: ________________________ Class: ___________________ Date: __________ ID: A 1 NPB 101 Midterm 1, October 19, Fall 2009 Version A ____ 1. The normal sequence of structures activated for signal transmission and response in the body is a. effector afferent neuron interneuron efferent neuron receptor b. effector efferent neuron interneuron afferent neuron receptor c. receptor afferent neuron interneuron efferent neuron effector d. receptor efferent neuron interneuron afferent neuron effector e. receptor interneuron efferent neuron afferent neuron effector ____ 2. The most abundant type of neuron in the body is (are) the a. motor neuron b. efferent neuron c. afferent neuron d. interneuron e. sympathetic and parasympathetic neurons ____ 3. The sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions are part of the a. central nervous system b. somatic nervous system c. autonomic nervous system d. afferent division e. autonomic nervous system and afferent division ____ 4. Which of the following is not accomplished by the cerebral cortex? a. voluntary initiation of movement b. control of breathing, circulation, and digestion c. final sensory perception d. language ability e. personality traits ____ 5. Which of the following does not participate in control of skeletal muscle activity? a. limbic system b. cerebellum c. supplementary motor area d. premotor cortex e. posterior parietal cortex ____ 6. The sense of body position is a. somatosensory b. integrated in the frontal lobe c. proprioception d. integrated in the occipital lobe e. none of these
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Name: ________________________ ID: A 2 ____ 7. The corpus callosum interconnects the a. brain stem and cerebellum b. brain stem and diencephalon c. hypothalamus and thalamus d. two cerebral hemispheres e. two hemispheres of the cerebellum ____ 8. Wernicke's area functions mainly for a. control of limb movements b. hand-eye coordination c. language comprehension d. memory e. vision ____ 9. The cerebellum a.
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2010 for the course NPB NPB 101 taught by Professor Weidner/wingfield during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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Midterm1_Version Anp - Name Class Date ID A NPB 101 Midterm 1 October 19 Fall 2009 Version A 1 The normal sequence of structures activated for

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