Content Quiz #8-BIOL 3150 FALL 2016 Clemson
Content Quiz #8-BIOL 3150 FALL 2016 Clemson BIOL 3150
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Content Quiz #8—Chapters 17 & 18 1. The simultaneous activation of several effector organs by the Sympathetic Nervous System is termed ________. Mass Activation 2. Pre- and Post-ganglionic motor neurons of the Parasympathetic and Sympathetic divisions of the Autonomic Nervous System have similar anatomic configurations. False 3. The somatic and Autonomic Nervous Systems work together constantly to: Regulate body organs and maintain normal internal function 4. The roles that the cerebral nuclei and cerebellum play in motor pathways: Are important for coordination of skeletal muscle activity for a given movement 5. The reticular formation is involved with mental alertness. True 6. The ________ motor neuron of the lateral corticospinal tracts decussate in the _________ of the medulla. Upper Pyramids 7. Sensory information from tacticle/Meissner’s corpuscles as well as proprioreceptive information from bulbous/Ruffini corpuscles in an upper limb would travel along: Posterior Funiculus-Medial Lemniscal Pathway 8. In observing a motor homunculus, the pathways that connect the parts of the primary motor cortex to a specific body part exhibit: Somatotopy 9. Loss of primary or first-order neuron due to limb amputation would deactivate the entire sensory pathway. False 10. The autonomic Nervous System is an independent, autonomous control system of human body homeostasis. False