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Quiz #9 The Brain
Started: May 5, 2008 4:41 PM Time spent: View Attempt May 5, 2008 4:11 PM Submitted: View All Submissions › 00:30:06 Total score: 7/10 = 70% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 10 1.
The brain center which filters out sensory stimuli and sends it to appropriate locations is the: Student Response
100% B. hypothalamus 0% C. substantia nigra 0% D. basal nuclei 0% E. pons 0% Score: 1/1 2.
The brain center which controls much of the endocrine and sympathetic systems is the: Student Response
100% C. substantia nigra 0% D. basal nuclei 0% E. pons 0% Score: 1/1 3.
Cerebrospinal fluid is a filtrate from the capillaries of the: Student Response
A choroid plexus
100% B. falx cerebri 0% C. superior sagittal sinus 0% D. septum pellucidum 0% Score: 1/1 4.
Pain stimuli terminate in the: Student Response Value A. temporal lobe 0% B. basal nuclei 0% C. pre-central gyrus 0% D post-central gyrus
E. pre-frontal lobes
0% 1/1 5.
The centers which control the heart, respiratory muscle contraction, and vascular smooth muscle are located in the: Student Response
A medulla oblongata
B. pons varoli Value
0% Student Response Value C. pineal body 0% D. midbrain 0% E. corpora quadrigemia 0% Score: 1/1 6.
The upper motor neurons originate in the: Student Response Value A. pre-motor cortex 0% B. basal nuclei 0% C. pre-central gyrus 100% D. post-central gyrus 0% E pre-frontal lobes
. 0% Score: 0/1 7.
The _____ surrounds the intermediate mass. Student Response
A lateral ventricles
0% B. third ventricle 100% C. cerebral aqueduct 0% D. fourth ventricle 0% Score: 0/1 8.
Repetitive movements of a skilled nature are facilitated in the: Student Response Value A. pre-motor cortex 0% B. basal nuclei 100% C. pre-central gyrus 0% D. post-central gyrus 0% E pre-frontal lobes
. 0% Score: 0/1 9.
The _____ is derived from the canal within the primitive neural tube. Student Response Value A. ventricles of brain 0% B. spinal canal 0% C. subdural and subarachnoid spaces 0% D. all of the above 0% E #1 and #2 only.
Score: 100% 1/1 10.
Functions such as emotional motor responses and short term memory both reside in the: Student Response Value A. reticular formation 0% B. cerebral cortex 0% C limbic system
. 100% D. thalamus
Score: 0% 1/1 Epithelial Tissue Histology - Template
Simple Squamous Characteristics Functions Locations Flat, thin cells Used for membranes Walls of capillaries and air sacs of
lungs Simple Cuboidal Cube shaped Secretory and absorptive In glands and liver and kidneys Simple Columnar Column shaped Secretes and absorbs Stratified Squamous epithelium Stacks of squamous cells on top of
each other Used under epidermis of body’s
skin and used as lining as well Pseudostratified ciliated
columnar epithelium Looks stratified, but the cells narrow
at the apical surface. Maybe be Lines respiratory tract and its
goblet cells secrete mucus Found in GI tract, and ciliated
simple columnar are found in
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