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Jump to Navigation Frame   Your location: Assessments  ›  View All Submissions  › View Attempt  View Attempt 1 of 1  Title: Exam 3 Started: April 23, 2010 3:11 PM Submitted: April 23, 2010 3:37 PM Time spent: 00:26:45  Total score: 96/100 = 96%   Total score adjusted by 0.0  Maximum possible score: 100  1.   Which of the following is one of the two MAJOR subdivisions of the nervous system?    Student Response Feedback A. central nervous system   B. autonomic nervous system   C.  sympathetic nervous system   D.  somatic nervous system   Score: 2/2    2.   Which of the following is one of the two MAJOR subdivisions of the nervous system?   
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  Score: 2/2    3.   ____________________ is the attempt by the system to maintain physiological balance within our body.    Score: 2/2    4.   The __________________ nerves connect to the head and neck and are responsible for sensory and motor  funtions, such as vision, tast, smell, hearing, and facial movements.   
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  Score: 2/2    5.   The ridges on the surface of the cerebral cortes are called ________________.    Score: 2/2    6.   The indentations on the surface of the cerebral cortex are called ________________.    Score:
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2/2    7.   Which of the following is the structure that transfers information between the two hemsipheres?    Score: 2/2    8.   Which of the following is the structure that is responsible for heart rate and breathing?    Score: 2/2    9.   What is the lowest level at which a stimulus can be detected? 
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  Score: 2/2    10.
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