Chap 41 Neural Regulation

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Name: ________________________ Class: ___________________ Date: __________ ID: A 1 Chap 41 Neural Regulation Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. Functional magnetic resonance imaging is used to observe brain function by: a. examining intracellular second messengers. b. monitoring gene activation. c. examining changes in blood flow to different parts of the brain. d. measuring neurotransmitter-receptor binding effectiveness. e. None of these. ____ 2. The nerve net of Hydra : a. contains a central control organ and connected neurons. b. sends electrical signals in only one direction. c. allows the organism to respond to stimuli approaching from any direction. d. produces a signal that intensifies as it radiates from its point of origin. e. cannot coordinate the movement of all tentacles at once. ____ 3. All of the following are evolutionary trends in the development of nervous systems for bilaterally symmetrical animals except : a. an increased number of neurons. b. concentration of neurons. c. specialization of function. d. simplistic synaptic contacts allowing integration. e. cephalization. ____ 4. Which of the following statements about mollusks is true? a. All have visceral ganglia, which control the opening and closing of the shell. b. Cephalopod mollusks are capable of learning and are considered the most intelligent of the invertebrates. c. They have cerebral ganglia, which control the movement of the foot. d. They have three pairs of ganglia that are unconnected and function independently. e. They have two pairs of ganglia that are connected in a ladder-like fashion. ____ 5. The central nervous system contains: a. all sympathetic nerves. b. all parasympathetic nerves. c. all sensory receptors. d. only the cerebrum and cerebellum. e. a brain and a dorsal tubular spinal cord. ____ 6. The sensory nerves of the somatic portion of the peripheral nervous system: a. transmit information from internal receptors to the central nervous system. b. transmit information from sensory organs to the central nervous system. c. transmit information from the central nervous system to glands. d. transmit information from the central nervous system to skeletal muscles. e. regulate cardiac activity.
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Name: ________________________ ID: A 2 ____ 7. The portion of the peripheral nervous system that regulates the internal environment is the: a. telencephalic nervous system. b. autonomic nervous system. c. thalamic nervous system. d. somatic nervous system. e. hypothalamic nervous system. ____ 8. Which of the following is not common to all vertebrates? a. a forebrain b. a hindbrain c. a convoluted cerebrum d. a dorsal tubular spinal cord e. a midbrain ____ 9. The size of the cerebellum in an animal correlates to: a. the amount of communication between the ventricles and the hindbrain. b.
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