GR - Sensory Physiology III

GR - Sensory Physiology III - Guided Reading - Sensory...

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Guided Reading - Sensory Physiology III 1. The optic radiations project fibers from the lateral geniculate nuclei to area A. 9 of the occipital lobe. B. 19 of the occipital lobe. C. 17 of the occipital lobe. D. 21 of the occipital lobe. 2. What is the role of sustentacular cells in the olfactory epithelium? A. produce new bipolar receptor cells B. to oxidize volatile hydrophobic odorant molecules to make them less soluble C. to repair damaged receptor cells D. to form basal stem cells 3. Where on the cerebral cortex is taste information sent? A. prefrontal cortex, postcentral gyrus, and insula B. temporal lobe, precentral gyrus, and prefrontal cortex C. thalamus, insula, and postcentral gyrus D. medulla oblongata, insula, and thalamus 4. Long term blockage of the canal of Schlemm can induce A. glaucoma. B. cataracts. C. macular degeneration. D. detached retina. 5. An individual would normally perceive pain when the chemoreceptors are stimulated. True False
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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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