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Section Title: Sensory and Motor TractsLearning Outcome: 15.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 4) The anterior spinothalamic tract carries information about proprioception. Section Title: Sensory and Motor TractsLearning Outcome: 15.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 5) The anterior spinocerebellar tract carries information about proprioception. Section Title: Sensory and Motor TractsLearning Outcome: 15.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 6) The basal nuclei modify voluntary motor patterns. Section Title: Levels of Somatic Motor ControlLearning Outcome: 15.5 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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7) The hypothalamus initiates voluntary motor activity. Section Title: Levels of Somatic Motor ControlLearning Outcome: 15.5Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 8) The cerebral cortex controls simple cranial reflexes. Section Title: Levels of Somatic Motor ControlLearning Outcome: 15.5Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 9) The pons and superior medulla oblongata control balance reflexes. Section Title: Levels of Somatic Motor ControlLearning Outcome: 15.5Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 10) The hypothalamus controls motor patterns related to eating. Section Title: Levels of Somatic Motor ControlLearning Outcome: 15.5Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge15.4 Essay Questions 1) Ascending sensory information is relayed from one nucleus to another in a series of steps, which permits modulation of the response, but this processing takes time. Why is this delay in response not dangerous to the organism? Section Title: Sensory and Motor TractsLearning Outcome: 15.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Application 2) Predict the effects of a superficial injury to the lateral columns. Section Title: Sensory and Motor Tracts Learning Outcome: 15.2 Bloom's Taxonomy: Evaluation
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15.5 Labeling Exercises Figure 15.1 Using the figure above, identify the labeled part.1) Label A: ______________________________Answer: Dorsal rootSection Title: Sensory and Motor TractsLearning Outcome: 15.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 2) Label B: ______________________________ Answer: Dorsal root ganglionSection Title: Sensory and Motor TractsLearning Outcome: 15.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 3) Label C: ______________________________ Answer: Ventral rootSection Title: Sensory and Motor TractsLearning Outcome: 15.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge4) Label D: ______________________________Answer: Anterior spinothalamic tractSection Title: Sensory and Motor TractsLearning Outcome: 15.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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