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Section: 14.05Topic: Anatomy of the spinal cordand spinal nerves89. This nerve helps to plant the foot and receives sensory signals from the skin of the sole.A.Femoral nerveB.Deep fibular nerveC.Obturator nerveD.Genitofemoral nerveE.Tibial nerveBloom's Level: 3. ApplyHAPS Objective: H10.06 List the four spinal nerve plexuses andgive examples of nerves that emerge from each.HAPS Topic: Module H10 Anatomy of thespinal cord & spinal nerves.Learning Objective: 14.05.13 Describe the composition of thesciatic nerve and compare its branches.Section: 14.05Topic: Anatomy of the spinal cordand spinal nerves90. The spinal nerves that give rise to the sacral plexus areA.L4-S4.B.T11-Co1.C.L2-S1.D.S4-C2.Bloom's Level: 1. RememberHAPS Objective: H10.06 List the four spinal nerve plexuses andgive examples of nerves that emerge from each.HAPS Topic: Module H10 Anatomy of thespinal cord & spinal nerves.Learning Objective: 14.05.13 Describe the composition of thesciatic nerve and compare its branches.Section: 14.05Topic: Anatomy of the spinal cordand spinal nerves91. Where the sciatic nerve splits, it branches directly to theA.deep and superficial fibular nerves.B.tibial and common fibular nerves.C.femoral andobturator nerves.D.deep femoral and tibial nerves.E.popliteal and sural nerves.Bloom's Level: 2. UnderstandHAPS Objective: H10.06 List the four spinal nerve plexuses andgive examples of nerves that emerge from each.HAPS Topic: Module H10 Anatomy of the
spinal cord & spinal nerves.Learning Objective: 14.05.13 Describe the composition of thesciatic nerve and compare its branches.Section: 14.05Topic: Anatomy of the spinal cordand spinal nerves92. Reflexes are described asA.slow and spontaneous.B.spontaneous and self-initiating.C.pre-programmed and voluntary.D.rapid and involuntary.Bloom's Level: 1. RememberHAPS Objective: H11.01 Define the term reflex.HAPSTopic: Module H11 Reflexes & their roles in nervous system function.Learning Objective:14.06.01 Describe the properties of a reflex.Section: 14.06Topic: Reflexes and their roles innervous system functionTrue / False Questions93. Usually, awareness of the stimulus occurs before a reflex action has been initiated.FALSEBloom's Level: 2. UnderstandHAPS Objective: H11.02 Describe reflex responses in terms ofthe major structural and functional components of a reflex arc.HAPS Topic: Module H11Reflexes & their roles in nervous system function.Learning Objective: 14.06.01 Describe theproperties of a reflex.Section: 14.06Topic: Reflexes and their roles in nervous systemfunctionMultiple Choice Questions94. What is the correct order for the events that occur during a reflex?a: Impulse travelsthrough sensory neuron to the CNSb: A stimulus activates a receptorc: Information isprocessed by interneuronsd: Motor neuron transmits impulse to effectore: EffectorrespondsA.a, b, c, d, eB.b, a, c, d, eC.c, b, a, e, dD.c, a, b, d, eE.b, d, c, a, eBloom's Level: 3. ApplyHAPS Objective: H11.02 Describe reflex responses in terms of themajor structural and functional components of a reflex arc.HAPS Topic: Module H11 Reflexes& their roles in nervous system function.Learning Objective: 14.06.02 List the structuresinvolved in a reflex arc and the steps in its action.

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