File-092 - cerebelli falx cerebelli 3 pts 2 BIO 183 McCague...

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BIO 183 McCague File-092 Quiz #2 50pts Name: _______________________ 1. Diagram the right kidney in an anterior and posterior view and label its 5 segments in these two views. Next trace the flow of urine formation from a drop of blood in the afferent arteriole to the urethra. 14 pts. 2. Briefly describe the following parts in a mid-coronal section of the kidney (renal capsule, renal column, renal pyramid, major calyx, minor calyx, renal cortex). 6 pts. 1
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BIO 183 McCague File-092 3. Match column A with column B. 5 pts. { A } { B } _____ Glomerulus A. Pelvis _____ Trigone B. Cortex _____ Minor calyx C. Hilus or hilum _____ Renal pyramid D. Medulla _____ Medial indentation E. Urinary bladder F. Small blood vessels 4. Describe the location and orientation of the following: (falx cerebri, tentorium
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Unformatted text preview: cerebelli, falx cerebelli). 3 pts. 2 BIO 183 McCague File-092 5. Name 3 cranial nerves that are strictly motor. Also indicate the bone opening that each of these nerves uses to leave the skull. 6 pts. 6. Give the name and number for each of the cranial nerves considered to be essentially sensory nerve cables. Also indicate the bone opening that each uses to exit the skull. 6 pts. 3 BIO 183 McCague File-092 7. Give the names and the numbers of 4 cranial nerves that are both sensory and motor. How does each of these nerves exit the brain case? 8 pts. 8. Name both of the cranial nerves that pass through the internal auditory meatus. One of these two nerves also passes through a foramen. Which one and what foramen? 2 pts. 4...
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course BIO 119 taught by Professor Stevendroho during the Spring '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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