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BIO 181 McCague File-062 Moraine Valley Community College Exam III Special Senses & Endocrine I 1. The “fight or flight” response is a general description of: a. autonomic nervous system b. voluntary nervous system c. parasympathetic nervous division d. sympathetic nervous division e. the brain 2. The maintenance of “status quo” is the function of: 3. A tropine can be used to dialate pupils in eye examinations: a. true b. false 4. The pacinian corpuscles signal changes in external body temperature: a. true b. false 5. Visual information passes through the thalamus before reaching the visual cortex of the brain: a. true b. false 6 – 12 Matching A. Pacinian corpuscles E. Ruffini corpuscles B. Meissner corpuscles F. Organ of Corti C. Free nerve ending G. Retina D. Krauses’ Bulbs H. Sclera 6. Sensitive to sound vibrations. 7. Sensitive to cold. 8. Sensitive to pain. 9. Sensitive to heat. 1
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BIO 181 McCague File-062 10. Sensitive to deep pressure. 11. Sensitive to light touch. 12. Sensitive to electromagnetic radiation (light). 13 – 17 Matching A. Inferior oblique muscle B. Inferior rectus muscle C. Medial rectus muscle D. Superior rectus muscle E. Superior oblique muscle F. Lateral rectus muscle 13. When this muscle contracts, the eye moves upwards and to the side. It is innervated by cranial III. 14. When this muscle contracts the eye moves superiorly and toward the nose. It is innervated by cranial nerve III. 15. This muscle passes through a pulley formed at the superior border of the orbit. It is controlled by the trochlear nerve. 16. When this muscle contracts the eye moves laterally. It is controlled by the abducent nerve.
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