Central Nervous System

Central Nervous System - Guided Reading - The Central...

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Guided Reading - The Central Nervous System I 1. _________% of total blood flow to the body per minute goes to the brain. A. 15 B. 20 C. 25 D. 30 2. The neural tube and neural crest cells are of endodermal origin. True False 3. Ataxia is often associated with A. damage to the motor cortex. B. damage to the cerebellum. C. damage to the pyramidal tracts. D. damage to the occipital lobe. 4. Which of the following is the correct list of the lobes of the cerebrum? A. insula, temporal, parietal, pons, occipital B. temporal, frontal, insula, cerebellum, occipital C. frontal, parietal, temporal, insula, occipital D. cerebrum, midbrain, thalamus, pons, medulla oblongata 5. Permanent aphasias often occur when A. Wernicke's area is damaged. B. Broca's area is damaged. C. the angular gyrus is damaged. D. spinal nerves are damaged. 6. Which imaging technique uses magnetic fields produced by postsynaptic electric currents to produce an image? A. EEG B. fMRI C. MEG D. PET 7. Knowing how to tie your shoes is an example of _____ memory. A. episodic B. semantic C. procedural D. working 8. Visual inputs are interpreted on the occipital lobe of the cerebral cortex. True False 9. Descending tracts carry motor impulses from the cerebral cortex to the spinal cord. True False
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10. Long-term memory is most often associated with the hypothalamus. True False 11. The forebrain develops into the telencephalon and the diencephalon. True False 12. Destruction of the superior colliculi would impact an individual's hearing. True False 13. Impaired motor coordination in Parkinson's disease is often due to A. degeneration of the red nucleus. B. degeneration of the substantia nigra. C. lack of regulation of the cerebral peduncles. D. degeneration of the mesolimbic system. 14. Cerebrospinal fluid is found A. within the central canal. B. within the ventricles. C. within the olfactory bulbs. D. both within the central canal and within the ventricles. 15. The pons and cerebellum comprise the metencephalon. True False 16. The ____________ is a cerebral lobe that is involved in memory and integration of sensory information (mostly pain) with visceral responses. A. temporal B. frontal C. parietal D. insula 17. Aphasias are most often associated with damage to ___________ and ___________ areas. A. Wernicke's and the angular gyrus B. fornix and Broca's C. Broca's and Wernicke's D. the angular gyrus and septal nuclei 18. The right side of the brain controls motor activity on the left side of the body because nerve tracts decussate in the A. pons. B. midbrain. C. thalamus. D. medulla. 19. What ion is involved in stimulating genetic transcription needed for learning and memory? A. Na + B. K + C. Ca 2+ D. NO
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20. Nerves that serve the arm come from the _______ plexus. A. cervical
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course MCB 32 taught by Professor Smiley during the Fall '11 term at Cal Poly.

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