Human Physio Exam 2 no key

Human Physio Exam 2 no key - Exam 2 Which of the following...

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Exam 2 Which of the following is (are) not part of the peripheral nervous system? a) motor neurons. b) sympathetic nervous system. c) spinal cord. d) afferent division. e) autonomic nervous system. Question 2 Afferent neurons: a) carry information to the CNS. b) have cell bodies that originate in the CNS. c) lie entirely within the CNS. d) two of these answers. e) all of these answers. Question 3 Astrocytes: a) induce formation of the blood-brain barrier. b) are important in the repair of brain injuries and in neural scar formation. c) take up excess K+ from the brain ECF. d) physically support neurons. e) all of these answers. Question 4 Cerebrospinal fluid: a) is formed by the choroid plexuses. b) is formed by the arachnoid villi. c) separates the blood and brain to form the blood-brain barrier. d) both (a) and (c) above. e) both (b) and (c) above. Question 5 In addition to producing cerebral spinal fluid, ependymal cells may: a) contribute to the formation of the blood-brain barrier. b) act as immune cells. c) function as neural stem cells. d) conduct neural impulses. e) produce myelin.
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Question 6 Which is not a function of the limbic system? a) provide emotional overtones. b) coordinate aspects of learning. c) provide "reward" stimulation. d) coordinate survival instincts. e) provide conscious perceptions. Question 7 Which of the following does not participate in control of skeletal muscle activity? a) limbic system. b) cerebellum. c) supplementary motor area. d) premotor cortex. e) posterior parietal cortex. Question 8 Which of the following does not apply to Wernicke's area? a) is usually developed only in the left cerebral hemisphere. b) is responsible for controlling the muscles necessary for speaking ability. c) is concerned with language comprehension. d) plays a critical role in understanding both spoken and written messages. e) is responsible for formulating coherent patterns of speech. Question 9 The parietal-temporal-occipital association cortex: a) is concerned primarily with motivation and emotion. b) integrates somatic, auditory, and visual sensations. c) plays an important role in personality traits. d) localizes the source of sensory input and perceives the level of intensity of the stimulus. e) when damaged results in aphasia. Question 10 Prelimary processing of all sensory input traveling to the cortex is performed by which part of the brain: a) basal nuclei b) corpus callosum c) hypothalamus d) prefrontal association cortex e) thalamus
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Question 11 Your answer is CORRECT. The basal nuclei: a) performs preliminary processing of all sensory input on its way to the cortex. b) activates muscle tone throughout the body. c) controls thirst, urine output, and food intake. d) plays a role in emotional and behavioral patterns.
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Human Physio Exam 2 no key - Exam 2 Which of the following...

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