BIOL 5600 - BIOL 5600/6600 Mammalian Physiology, Exam 4...

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BIOL 5600/6600 Mammalian Physiology, Exam 4 Auburn University 1. The peripheral nervous system A. Is composed of 43 pairs of nerves B. Has both somatic visceral functions C. Has paravertebral ganglia within it D. Two of these [E]. All of these 2. Thoracic spinal nerves A. Have a visceral function B. Have a somatic function C. Have some neurons that are pseudounipolar [D.] All of these E. A & B 3. The first sacral spinal nerves A. Only innervate dermatomes B. Are part of the autonomic nervous system C. Have efferent neurons within them that secrete ACH D. All of these [E.] A & C 4. The fourth cranial nerve [A.] Trochlear B. Trigeminal C. Abducens D. Facial E. None of these 5. Cranial nerve which innervates the organ of Corti (hearing) [A.] VIII B. IX C. VI D. XI E. Trochlear 6. Has a SVA function A. I B. IX C. II D. All of these [E.] Two of these 7. Bell's palsy is associated with this cranial nerve A. Vestibulocochlear B. Abducens
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[C.] VII D. VI E. V 8. The modality (type) of sensation as it is perceived A. Is a function of the frequency of action potentials in the afferent neuron B. Is a function of the log of the receptor potential [C.] Is a function of where it terminates in the CNS D. All of these E. Two of these 9. In the above drawing A. This relationship would be typical of a tonic receptor B. This relationship would be typical of a phasic receptor C. This figure would look the same if the Y axis were entitled "magnitude of receptor potential" [D.] Two of these E. All of these 10. The effector in the myotatic reflex A. Annulospiral ring B. Interfusal fiber C. A-gamma fiber D. A-alpha fiber [E.] None of these 11. Motor pathway A. Cortico-Pontile-Cerebellar B. Rubrospinal C. Tectospinal [D.] Two of these E. All of these 12. Associated with the dorsal column system A. Decussation of the Pyramids B. Ventral posterior lateral nucleus C. Putamen [D.] Ventro-basal complex E. Red nucleus
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BIOL 5600 - BIOL 5600/6600 Mammalian Physiology, Exam 4...

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