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B. medulla oblongata.C. ascending tracts.D. pons, cerebellum, and ascending tracts.E. medulla oblongata and ascending tracts.
Blooms Level: AnalyzeFigure: 44.20Raven - Chapter 44 #43Section: 44.04Topic: Animals44. The primary function of the hindbrain in vertebrates isA. temperature control.B. integration of sensory data.C. memory storage.D. control of the heartbeat.E. coordination of motor reflexes.Blooms Level: RememberFigure: 44.20Raven - Chapter 44 #44Section: 44.04Topic: Animals45. Correlation, association, and learning occur in theA. cerebellum.B. corpus striatum.C. medulla.D. cerebrum.E. pons.Blooms Level: RememberFigure: 44.20Raven - Chapter 44 #45Section: 44.04Topic: Animals46. The cerebrum consists of all of the following hemispheres except theA. frontal.B. parietal.
C. optic.D. temporal.E. occipital.Blooms Level: RememberFigure: 44.23Raven - Chapter 44 #46Section: 44.04Topic: Animals47. All of the following are true about the cerebral cortex exceptA. it is a layer of densely packed nerve cells within the gray matter.B. in humans, it accounts for roughly 10% of all of brain neurons.C. in mammals, it is replaced by motor and sensory cortices.D. it contains the associative cortex.E. the associative cortex is the site of higher mental activities.Blooms Level: RememberRaven - Chapter 44 #47Section: 44.04Topic: Animals48. The site of primary sensory integration in the brain is called theA. medulla oblongata.B. cerebrum.C. cerebellum.D. thalamus.E. corpus callosum.Blooms Level: RememberRaven - Chapter 44 #48Section: 44.04Topic: Animals49. The region of the brain that integrates visceral activities, body temperature, andheartbeat is the
A. medulla oblongata.B. cerebrum.C. hypothalamus.D. thalamus.E. corpus callosum.Blooms Level: RememberFigure: 44.22Raven - Chapter 44 #49Section: 44.04Topic: Animals50. The limbic system has all of the following features exceptA. it contains hippocampus and amygdalia.B. it resides deep within the cerebrum.C. it is responsible for emotional responses.D. it is believed to be important in the formation and recall of memories.E. it is part of the hypothalamus.Blooms Level: RememberRaven - Chapter 44 #50Section: 44.04Topic: Animals51. Which of the following diagrams shows the correct distribution of ions in a resting cell? (Note: A largerfont size indicates more of that particular ion.)A. AB. BC. CD. DBlooms Level: AnalyzeFigure: 44.09Raven - Chapter 44 #51
Section: 44.02Topic: Animals52. In typical cell, which of the following has the highest electrochemical potential for movement?A. the electrochemical potential for Na+to move into the cellB. the electrochemical potential for Na+to move out of the cellC. the electrochemical potential for K+to move into the cellD. the electrochemical potential for K+to move into the cellE. the electrochemical potential for Cl-to move into the cellBlooms Level: AnalyzeFigure: 44.06Raven - Chapter 44 #52Section: 44.02Topic: Animals53. In a typical cell, which of the following has the highest leakage?