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Unformatted text preview: t not prevented from generating an action potential is the: Student Response Value A. absolute refractory period 0% B. relative refractory period 0% C. period of depolarization 0% D. period of hyperpolarization 0% E. Both answers 1 and 3 0% F. Both answers 2 and 4 100% Score: 1/1 7. When an action potential spreads from one node of Ranvier to the next it is called _______ and it travels _________ than other forms of transmission. Student Response Value A. saltatory conduction, faster 100% B. saltatory conduction, slower 0% C. synaptic transmission, faster 0% D. synaptic transmission, slower 0% Score: 1/1 8. A demyelination disorder of the CNS which results in impaired and disrupted conduction along axons is: Student Response Value A. paraplegia 0% B. quadriplegia 0% C. multiple sclerosis 100% D. Paget's disease 0% Score: 1/1 9. When a stretch reflex is initiated it produces: Student Response A. Muscle contraction in the initiating muscle and reciprocal inhibition. Value 100% Student Response Value B. Muscle contraction in the initiating muscle and reciprocal activation. 0% C. Muscle relaxation in the initiating muscle and reciprocal inhibition. 0% D. Muscle relaxation in the initiating muscle and reciprocal activation. 0% Score: 1/1 10. If several inputs to a reflex pathway each produce simultaneous sub-threshold depolarizations, it could result in _____ at the receptive region of the receiving neuron. Student Response Value A. temporal summation 0% B. spatial summation 100% C. action potential 0% D. All of the above. 0% E. #1 and #3 only. 0% Score: 1/1 1. A constantly updating control of muscles which provides coordination is centered in the: Student Response Value A. pre-central gyrus 0% B. pre-motor cortex 0% C. basal nuclei 0% D. cerebellum 100% Score: 1/1 2. The primary auditory area is located in the _____ lobe. Student Response Value A. frontal 0% B. parietal 0% C. occipital 0% D. temporal 100% Score: 1/1 3. 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 100% E. pre-frontal lobes 0% Score: 1/1 4. The brain center which controls much of the endocrine and sympathetic systems is the: Student Response Value A. thalamus 0% B. hypothalamus 100% C. substantia nigra 0% D. basal nuclei 0% E. pons 0% Score: 1/1 5. The centers which control the heart, respiratory muscle contraction, and vascular smooth muscle are located in the: Student Response Value A. medulla oblongata 100% B. pons varoli 0% C. pineal body 0% D. midbrain 0% E. corpora quadrigemia 0% Score: 1/1 6. Broca's area is located alongside the: Student Response A. Upper portion of the pre-central gyrus. Value 0% Student Response Value B. Lower portion of the pre-central gyrus. 100% C. Upper portion of the post-central gyrus. 0% D. Lower portion of the post-central gyrus. 0% Score: 1/1 7. The brain region involved when insufficient dopamine production produces Parkinson's disease: Student Response Value A. thalamus 0% B. hypothalamus 0% C. substantia nigra 100% D. basal nuclei 0% E. pons 0% Score: 1/1 8. The _____...
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