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The hierarchy organization which produces body systems results in _____ specialization.
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The fibers which control the heart in the absence of stress come from the _____ portion of the CNS as part of the _____ division of the
autonomic nervous system.
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D. thoracic, sympathetic
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A constantly updating control of muscles which provides coordination is centered in the:
A. pre-central gyrus
B. pre-motor cortex
C. basal nuclei
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The relative refractory period occurs during:
A. opening of Na+ gates
B. opening of K+ gates
C. closing of K gates when excess K has
left the neuron.
D. opening of K+ gates when excess K+ has
left the neuron.
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The brain center which mediates functions which are part voluntary and part involuntary is:
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Collagen fibers which run from the fibrous bone covering into the bone itself are called:
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C. yellow marrow
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all of the above
E. Answers 1 and 2, but not 3. Score:
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Increased calcium absorption is produced by:
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The autonomic function of the glossopharyngeal nerve is:
A. sensory from taste buds
B. sensory from baroreceptors in carotid
C. motor to muscles of swallowing
D. motor to salivary glands
E. all of the above
F. #1 and #3
G. #2 and #4
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As soon as Ca++ ions are released into the sarcoplasm:
A. Calcium ions enter the axon
B. Calcium ions are pumped back into the
C. Acetylcholine is released into the synaptic
cleft by exocytosis.
D. Acetylcholine binds to post-synaptic
receptors on the sarcolemma.
E. Na+ moves across the sarcolemma into
the muscle cell.
F. Opening of the chemically-gated sodium
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H. Opening of potassium channels.
I. Binding of calcium ions to Troponin C.
J. Uptake of ATP by the myosin heads.
K. Attachment o...
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