1) The plasma membrane of a muscle cell is most usually termed a _.
c. Intercalated disc
d. Sarcoplasmic reticulum
2) What is the BEST definition of the origin of a muscle?
a. The attachment of the muscle to a bone
1) Between successive Schwann cells, there are gaps in the myelin sheath called _.
a. Nissl granules
c. Nodes of Ranvier
d. Axon hillocks
e. Neuron cell bodies
2) Damage to which cranial nerve(s) may impair the sense of taste?
a. Facial (N VII)
1) The anatomical term for a muscle cell, in skeletal and smooth muscle tissues, is
d. Muscle fiber
2) The endomysium is a delicate connective tissue sheath that surrounds a/an
a. bundle of smoo
1) Which of the following refers to one neuron and all the skeletal muscle cells it
a. Motor unit
b. Irritability and contractility
c. Neuromuscular junction
d. Synaptic cleft
e. Muscle fiber
2) Which of the following statements is NOT true?
1) The nervous system gathers and interprets information, and then effects a response
through a process called _.
b. Sensory input
c. Peripheral potential
d. Motor output
2) The _ nervous system includes the brain and spinal cord.
1) Besides the accessory nerve (XI), which pair of cranial nerves extends beyond the head
a. Trigeminal (V)
b. Oculomotor (III)
c. Facial (VII)
d. Vagus (X)
e. Hypoglossal (XII)
2) The _ area that allows us to consciously move our skeletal muscl
1) What is the minimum number of neurons that can be involved in a reflex?
2) The deep groove that separates the two hemispheres of the cerebrum is called the
b. Central sulcus
c. Longitudinal fissures
1) The essential function of any muscle is to _.
2) The three types of muscle tissue are skeletal, cardiac, and _.
3) Although ATP provides the energy for muscle contract