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Fall09_2ndQutrExamA

Fall09_2ndQutrExamA - NAME DATE STUDENT BID 2 03 J mA~Omg S...

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NAME: _ DATE: _ STUDENT # _ BID 203 JmA~Omg Second Quarterly Exam EXAM A Fall 2009 (2 points each question) Only use CAfIIALletters in your answer: A not a B not b C not c D not d E not e No Regrade For Pencil
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____ 1. Some presynaptic fibers, of the greater splanchnic nerve, pass through the celiac ganglion un-synapsed. To where are these fibers going? A. Adrenal medulla B. Heart C. Liver D. Kidneys ____ 2. The vagus nerve sends parasympathetic axons to the Gl-tract, down to the majority of the transverse colon. What sends parasympathetic axons to the rest of the GI-tract? A. The greater splanchnic nerve B. The lesser splanchnic nerve C. The pelvic splanchnic nerves D. The lumbar splanchnic nerves ____ 3. Which receptor ending splits then spirals in opposite directions around local collagen fibers? ____ 4. Which would never be found in a muscle spindle? ____ 5. The Golgi tendon organ is measuring muscle: ____ 6. What is the area where the cornea meets the sclera called? A. Coronal angle B. Coronal bend C. Limbus D. Scleral angle ____
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