GR - Sensory Physiology II

GR - Sensory Physiology II - Guided Reading - Sensory...

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Guided Reading - Sensory Physiology II 1. Which taste modality involves membrane receptors that are coupled to G-proteins? A. umami B. salty C. sour D. All of the choices are correct. 2. Nociceptors relay sensory information to the cortex via the lateral spinothalamic tract. True False 3. Information from both eyes is present in all of the following except the A. optic tract. B. optic nerve. C. optic radiation. D. occipital lobe. 4. The __________ fibers are thin myelinated axons that carry sensations of heat, cold, and pain to the spinal cord. A. A-delta B. B-gamma C. C D. A-beta 5. Loss of accommodation with age is A. astigmatism. B. myopia. C. hyperopia. D. presbyopia. 6. What extracellular ion is necessary for release of neurotransmitter for salty and sour tastes> A. Mg 2+ B. K + C. Na + D. Ca 2+
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7. Some ganglion cells are stimulated by light at the center of its receptive field while others are stimulated by light at the periphery of its receptive field. This improves visual acuity.
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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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