Project #33591 - Anatomy and Physiology

Anatomy and Physiology 20 multiple choice questions!! easy work ..please do not accept if you are unable to pass the Dido if I fail it I will open a dispute! I need it quickly as possible Thanks ..

Question 1 of 20

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Where are the neurons for the autonomic system located?

  A. Corpus callosum       

  B. Spinal cord and brain stem   

  C. Cerebral cortex         

  D. Inside neurotransmitters

Question 2 of 20

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The right and left hemispheres of the cerebrum are connected by the ________.

  A. postcentral gyrus     

  B. precentral gyrus       

  C. corpus callosum        

  D. ventricles

Question 3 of 20

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The nerves going to the upper limbs join the spinal cord at the ________ region.

  A. cervical         

  B. thoracic        

  C. lumbar          

  D. sacral


Question 4 of 20

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To what sense does somatic sensation refer?

  A. Taste             

  B. Touch            

  C. Smell             

  D. Vision

Question 5 of 20

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Which structure carries sensory information?

  A. Commissure              

  B. Ventral root               

  C. Column        

  D. Dorsal root


Question 6 of 20

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The cerebrum has which structure?

  A. White matter only   

  B. White matter surrounded by gray matter     

  C. Gray matter only      

  D. Gray matter surrounded by white matter


Question 7 of 20

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Once touch information is sent to the brain, understanding will occur in the ________ area.

  A. sensory association relay     

  B. ganglionic association             

  C. somatic sensory cortex         

  D. somatic sensory association


Question 8 of 20

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Which directional terms are used when talking about the location of the spinal cord?

  A. Superficial, deep      

  B. Interior, exterior      

  C. Ventral, dorsal          

  D. Inferior, superior


Question 9 of 20

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Which tract carries fine touch and vibration to the cerebral cortex?

  A. Dorsal column tract

  B. Spinothalamic tract

  C. Spinocerebellar tract              

  D. Ventral column tract


Question 10 of 20

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Neurons are able to generate tiny electrical currents by changing the ________ of their membranes.

  A. composition               

  B. shape            

  C. pathway      

  D. permeability


Question 11 of 20

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Medication is often injected into the ________ space to alleviate pain.

  A. vertebral     

  B. epidural       

  C. subdural      

  D. subarachnoid


Question 12 of 20

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Neurons with the ability to monitor the environment are called ________ neurons.

  A. accessory    

  B. motor           

  C. sensory        

  D. output


Question 13 of 20

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What cranial nerve is chiefly responsible for eye movements?

  A. Olfactory     

  B. Facial             

  C. Hypoglossal                

  D. Oculomotor


Question 14 of 20

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Heart beat, breathing, and the cardiovascular system are controlled by the ________.

  A. medulla oblongata  

  B. midbrain      

  C. cerebellum

  D. cerebrum



Question 15 of 20

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Which structure in the diencephalon relays information to the cerebrum?

  A. Thalamus    

  B. Hypothalamus           

  C. Pineal body

  D. Pituitary gland


Question 16 of 20

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After a plan for movement has been developed, it leaves the ________ and connects with neurons in the thalamus.

  A. nuclei            

  B. limbic system             

  C. motor cortex             

  D. spinal tract


Question 17 of 20

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Impulses are conducted rapidly if ________ is present.

  A. iron                

  B. niacine          

  C. myelin          

  D. spinal fluid


Question 18 of 20

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A cell, which is more negatively charged than at rest, is ________.

  A. polarized     

  B. hyperpolarized         

  C. depolarized                

  D. refractory


Question 19 of 20

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What is the largest part of the brain?

  A. Cerebellum                

  B. Cerebrum   

  C. Brain stem  

  D. Hypothalamus


Question 20 of 20

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Myelin is a lipid insulation produced by the ________.

  A. microglia      

  B. oligodendrocytes     

  C. astrocytes   


  D. ependymal cells

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