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Unformatted text preview: 20. Personality as well as advance planning of motor functions resides in the: (A) pre-motor cortex, (B) basal nuclei, (C) pre-frontal lobes, (D) pre-central gyrus, (E) thalamus. 21. “Upper motor neurons” originate in the: (A) pre-motor cortex, (B) basal nuclei, (C) pre-frontal lobes, (D) pre-central gyrus, (E) thalamus. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------22. Through 26 Matching: Answers are used once only. (A) medulla oblongata, (B) basal nuclei, (C) pre-frontal cortex, (D) corpora quadrigemina, (E) pons 22. Part of brain involved in functions which are part voluntary and part involuntary, such as urination. 23. Part of brain in which advance planning and reasoning occurs. 24. Facilitates reflexes, especially those that involve repetitive movements of a skilled nature. 25. The blinking reflex is centered in a portion of this area of the brain. 26. Center for control of the heart and blood pressure. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------27, 28. Insufficient production of ___27___ (use A-E) by neurons originating in the ___28___ (use F-I) produces Parkinson’s disease. (A) acetylcholine, (B) glutamate, (C) dopamine, (D) L-dopa, (E) GABA (F) basal nuclei, (G) substantia nigra, (H) Broca’s area, (I) pre-central gyrus. 29. The formation of amyloid plaques and tangles of tau protein are characteristic of: (A) Parkinson’s disease, (B) Huntington’s disease, (C) Alzheimer’s disorder, (D) dyxlexia 30. The separates the temporal from the parietal lobes: (A) longitudinal fissure, (B) central sulcus, (C) transverse fissure, (D) corpus callosum, (E) lateral fissure. The Brain 1. F, 2. G, 3. G, 4. A, 5. E, 6. D, 7. A, 8. B, 9. B, 10. A, 11. C, 12. B, 13. D, 14. E, 15. D, 16. E, 17. B, 18. D, 19. B, 20. C, 21. D, 22. E, 23. C, 24. B, 25. D, 26. A, 27. C, 28. G, 29. C, 30. E. BIOL 237 Sample Questions Autonomic Nervous System 1 through 5: Determine in each case if the characteristic or action described is (A) cholinergic, nicotinic, (B) cholinergic, muscarinic, (C) alpha adrenergic, (D) beta adrenergic. 1. Excitatory receptors at the eccrine sweat glands. 2. Excitatory receptors on the heart. 3. Stimulates secretion of glands and increase motility in the gastrointestinal tract. 4. Receptors which cause focusing of the lens for near objects. 5. Receptors which dilate vessels leading to the skeletal muscles. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6, 7. When your ophthalmologist applies drops to your eyes in order to examine the eye, the drug is blocking the ___(6)___ receptors which produce pupillary constriction, while not affecting the ___(7)___ receptors which control contraction in the eye’s extrinsic muscles. (A) cholinergic, nicotinic, (B) cholinergic, muscarinic, (C) alpha adrenergic, (D) beta adrenergic. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8 through 15 Matching: Choose the correct division for each function listed: (A) sympathetic division, (B) parasympathetic division, (C) somatic division. 8. Increase in heart rate and volume. 9. Release of epinephrine by the adrenal medulla. 10. Blinking. 11. Constriction of vessels leading to the GI tract 12. Foreceful contraction of GI sphincter muscles along with inhibition of motility in other GI muscles. 13. Constriction of the pupil 14. Dilation of vessels leading to the skeletal muscles 15. Salivation The Autonomic NS 1. C, 2. D, 3. B, 4. B, 5. B, 6. B, 7. A, 8. A, 9. A, 10. C, 11. A, 12. A, 13. B, 14. A, 15. B....
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