Anatomy & Physiology 14 Brain & Cranial Nerves

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15 Pages
2014
English US
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Question: Which of these sensory modalities does not pass through the ventral posterior thalamus?

Choices:

gustatory

proprioception

audition

nociception

Question: Which of the following is a direct target of the vestibular ganglion?

Choices:

superior colliculus

cerebellum

thalamus

optic chiasm

Question: What type of receptor cell is responsible for transducing pain stimuli?

Choices:

mechanoreceptor

nociceptor

osmoreceptor

photoreceptor

Question: Which location on the body has the largest region of somatosensory cortex representing it, according to the sensory homunculus?

Choices:

lips

thigh

elbow

neck

Question: Axons from which neuron in the retina make up the optic nerve?

Choices:

amacrine cells

photoreceptors

bipolar cells

retinal ganglion cells

Question: What type of receptor cell is involved in the sensations of sound and balance?

Choices:

photoreceptor

chemoreceptor

mechanoreceptor

nociceptor

Question: Visual stimuli in the upper-left visual field will be processed in what region of the primary visual cortex?

Choices:

inferior right

inferior left

superior right

superior left

Question: Which of these cranial nerves is part of the gustatory system?

Choices:

olfactory

trochlear

trigeminal

facial

Question: Which nucleus in the medulla is connected to the inferior colliculus?

Choices:

solitary nucleus

vestibular nucleus

chief sensory nucleus

cochlear nucleus

Question: Which submodality of taste is sensitive to the pH of saliva?

Choices:

umami

sour

bitter

sweet

Question: Which region of the frontal lobe is responsible for initiating movement by directly connecting to cranial and spinal motor neurons?

Choices:

prefrontal cortex

supplemental motor area

premotor cortex

primary motor cortex

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Source:  OpenStax College. Anatomy & Physiology, OpenStax-CNX Web site. http://cnx.org/content/col11496/1.6/, Jun 11, 2014
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