Biology 265Test 3Spring 2001 Form 21. Which section of the brain is responsible for fine control of motor movement like ballet or pitching a baseball ?a. medullab. ponsc. limbic systeme. thalamusd. cerebellum2. Damage to this area of the cerebrum causes expressive aphasia. A person with the disability understands spoken and written language,but responds with a series of non-sense words.a. Wernicke’s area of the temporal lobeb. the motor cortex of the frontal lobec. Brocha’s area of the frontal lobed. the visual cortex of the occipital lobe3. In perception of _________________, a coiled springy protein pulls open an ion channel when it is displaced.a. chemicals b. heatd. lighte. painc. sound4. Which ion moves through this channel ?b. potassium moves outof the cella. potassium moves into the cellc. sodium moves into the celld. sodium moves out of the cell5. In dogs, hearing may extend6. Low pitched sounds are perceived by hair cells7. What is the approximate refractive index of the cornea ?c. 1.328. When a rod cell is stimulated by a photon of light, the protein opsin changes conformation, activates transducin which in turna. opens Na gatesb. activates guanylate cyclasec. increases intracellular calciumd. activates phosphodiesteraseMatch the area of the brain with the information processeda. auditory association b. odors of sexual attractants c. visual association d. touche. balance9. cerebellum e10. occipital lobe of cerebrum c11. temporal lobe of the cerebrum a12. limbic system b5/10/01 12:48 AM1Page 1 of 4http://fig.cox.miami.edu/~lfarmer/BIL265/BIL2001/T3.htm
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