EEB 240-- Human Anatomy Exam 2 study guide-- muscular and nervous system
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1.Give the correct order of the meninges, from neural tissue to bone? 2.Name 3 places where the cerebrospinal fluid is located? 3. _______ are hollow cavities within the brain that are bathed by cerebrospinal fluid. A) Arachnoid spaces B) Central canals C) Ventricles D) Choroid plexi E) Arachnoid villi 4. Which of the following structures is found primarily in white matter? A) axon terminals B) dendrites C) myelinated axons D) neuron cell bodies E) both C and D 5.Where is the cauda equina? A) surrounding the ventricles B) within the cranium C) within the ventricles D) surrounding the central canal E) within the vertebral column 6.Which spinal nerves originate in the neck region? A) lumbar nerves B) sacral nerves C) cervical nerves D) coccygeal nerve E) thoracic nerves 7.The cell bodies of afferent neurons are located within the ________. A) ventral horn B) lateral horn C) dorsal horn D) ventral root ganglia E) dorsal root ganglia 8.Which of the following is a descending tract? A) anterior pyramidal tract B) spinothalamic tract C) spinotectal tract D) dorsal columns E) all of the above 9. Which of the following is NOT a component of the brainstem? A) midbrain B) reticular formation C) cerebellum D) pons E) medulla oblongata 10. Which of the following cranial nerves does NOT transmit information associated with a special sense? A) oculomotor B) optic C) olfactory D) vestibulocochlear E) all of the above 11. A(n) ________ reflex is one that involves signals sent along autonomic sensory nerves. A) innate B) visceral C) somatic D) spinal E) cranial 12. Which of the following regions of the cortex is NOT involved in formulating the intention to move? A) supplementary motor area B) limbic system C) frontal lobe D) primary motor cortex E) association area 13. The efferent neurons that innervate skeletal muscle, and induce them to contract, originate from the ________. A) pyramidal tract B) ventral horn of the spinal cord C) motor cortex D) dorsal horn of the spinal cord E) basal nuclei 14. Where do lower motor neurons originate? A) brainstem B) ventral horn of the spinal cord C) primary somatosensory cortex D) cerebellum E) primary motor cortex 15. The ________ is the region of the brain that provides feedback control of voluntary movement to the motor program that was generated. A) cortex B) thalamus C) brainstem nuclei D) cerebellum E) pineal gland 16. The right side of the brain is associated with ________. A) creativity B) sensory perception of stimuli applied to the left side of the body C) motor control of the left side of the body D) both A and B E) all of the above 17. Which of the following would consist of white matter? A) dorsal columns of the spinal cord B) cerebral cortex C) dorsal horn of the spinal cord D) basal nuclei E) none of the above 18. A muscle fascicle is a bundle of: a) myofibrils b) fibers c) filaments d) fascia 19. The connective tissue wrapping around a muscle that is continuous with tendons is the: a) perimysium b) endomysium c) epimysium d) sarcolemma 20. An action potential is: a) a migrating region where the electrochemical potential of a membrane undergoes reversal b) a flow of electrons from one cell to another c) an electrically charged molecule such as sodium or potassium ions d) a region where the electrochemical gradient of a membrane causes acetylcholine production 21. Which of the following statements is FALSE: a) all muscle tissue acts by contraction only b) of the three types of muscle tissue, only skeletal is voluntary c) superficial fascia holds skin to muscle d) muscles use the skeletal system as leverage points by pushing against the bones to produce body movement
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