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Unformatted text preview: he nervous system is the; A) cell body. B) neuron. C) axon. D) synapse. 39) In all vertebrates, the brain consists of the; A) cerebrum, forebrain, and hindbrain. B) cerebrum, midbrain, and hindbrain. C) forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain. D) cerebrum, cerebellum, and hindbrain. 40) Human brain interpretation is oriented toward; A) smell. B) vision. C) hearing. D) touch. 41) ________ is the detection of a stimulus. A) Transduction B) Perception C) Reception D) Sensation 42) Which of the following best describes basis of sensory adaptation? A) Continuously stimulated sensory receptor gradually returns to unstimulated rate of neurotransmitter release. B) Nerve fiber synapsed with a receptor returns to its baseline of firing despite stimulation. C) Spinal cord interneurons gradually come to ignore it. D) Thalamic centers receive a prolonged stimulus. 3 4 BIO102 - EXAM 04 43) Which of the following options correctly lists the order in which structures within the ear transfer a sound wave during hearing? A) eardrum, hammer, anvil, stirrup, oval, auditory canal B) eardrum, stirrup, hammer, anvil, oval, auditory canal C) auditory canal, eardrum, hammer, anvil, stirrup,...
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