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eccrine glands Which of the following is important in thermoregulation?
A. eccrine sweat glands
B. apocrine sweat glands
C. sebaceous glands
D. Answers 1 and 3 Value
0% E. Answers 2 and 3 0% Score: 0/0.5 15.
glossopharyngeal nerve Feedback The autonomic function of the glossopharyngeal nerve is:
sensory from taste buds
sensory from baroreceptors in carotid sinus
motor to muscles of swallowing
motor to salivary glands
E. all of the above Value A.
D. F. #1 and #3
G. #2 and #4 Feedback 0%
100% Score: 0/0.5 16.
multipolar neuron A multipolar neuron has:
A. Many dendrites and axons attached to the cell
B. Many dendrites and only one axon attached to
the cell body.
C. One dendrite and many axons attached to the
D. One process attached to the cell body.
Score: Value Feedback 0%
0% 0/0.5 17.
primary auditory area The primary auditory area is located in the _____ lobe.
100% 0.5/0.5 18.
negative feedback In order for a regulatory process to be self controled it must utilize: Feedback Student Response
100% B. Positive feedback
C. External control through the nervous system.
D. Hormones 0%
0% Score: Feedback 0.5/0.5 19.
haversian systems Spongy bone lacks:
C. blood vessels
D. Haversian systems
100% Feedback 0.5/0.5 20.
receptive region criterion The criterion for an area being the neuron receptive region is:
A. possessing chemically-gated ion channels
B. possessing voltage-gated ion channels Value
0% Feedback C. having both chemically-gated and voltage-gated 0%
D. being able to propagate an action potential
Score: 0/0.5 1.
medulla The centers which control the heart, respiratory muscle contraction, and vascular smooth muscle are located in the:
A. medulla oblongata Value
100% B. pons varoli
C. pineal body 0%
0% Feedback Student Response
E. corpora quadrigemia
Score: Value Feedback 0%
0% 0.5/0.5 2.
autonomic ganglion As a result of an autonomic ganglion located _____ the _____ is alble to produce mass activation.
close to the effector, parasympathetic division
A. Value Feedback 0% B. close to the effector, sympathetic division
C. in a lateral chain or plexus, parasympathetic
D. in a lateral chain or plexus, sympathetic division 100%
Score: 0/0.5 5.
post-tetanic potentiation Repeated use of a particular neural pathway, such as in a rote task, will result in a temporary facilitation of the pathway called:
A. saltatory conduction
B. post-tetanic potentiation 0%
100% C. temporal summation
D. spatial summation 0%
0% Score: Value Feedback 0.5/0.5 7.
reticular tissue The stroma of the body's soft organs is made of:
A. dense irregular tissue
B. reticular tissue
C. areolar tissue Value
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2013 for the course BIOL 239 taught by Professor Swan during the Fall '12 term at New Mexico.
- Fall '12