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Answer: FALSE CHAPTER 15  1) Pain receptors are fast-adapting receptors.  Answer:  FALSE  2)  If the primary motor cortex is damaged, the individual loses the ability to exert fine control over skeletal muscles.  Answer:  TRUE
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CHAPTER 16 1)  Only the sympathetic nervous system innervates the skin.  Answer:  TRUE  2) Every spinal nerve receives a gray ramus from a ganglion of the sympathetic chain.  Answer:  TRUE  3)  The effects of acetylcholine on nicotinic receptors last longer than those of norepinephrine on beta - adrenergic receptors.  Answer:  FALSE CHAPTER 18 1)  Cortisol suppresses release of ACTH from the anterior lobe of the pituitary.  Answer:  TRUE  2) Angiotensin II triggers release of aldosterone from the suprarenal cortex.  Answer:  TRUE CHAPTER 19 1) Blood aids in the regulation of body temperature.  Answer:  TRUE    2) The blood of a fetus and its mother are almost identical.  Answer:  FALSE  3) Hemoglobin can bind and transport four molecules of oxygen.  Answer:  TRUE CHAPTER 20 1)  Because the heart works continuously, it requires an uninterrupted supply of oxygen and nutrients.  Answer:  TRUE 
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