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Exam Questions Chapter 16 1. Lower motor neurons can be best described by which of the following statement(s)? a. Lower motor neurons send axons out of the brainstem to innervate the lower skeletal muscles. b. Lower motor neurons receive sensory inputs and descending projections from higher centers. c. Lower motor neurons have a major source of synaptic input from local circuit neurons. d. both a and c e. both b and c 2. What statement(s) best describes the reticular formation? the rostral midbrain to the caudal medulla. medial white matter of the spinal cord.
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