Comparative test 3 (Set 11)
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What are the four basic functional groups of sensory neurons?
- General somatic sensory neurons
- Special somatic sensory neurons
- General visceral sensory neurons
- Special visceral sensory neurons
What are the three basic functional groups of motor neurons?
- Somatic Motor neurons
- Special visceral motor neurons
- General visceral motor neurons
What is the location of general somatic sensory neurons?
from cutaneous receptors and proprioceptors. (receptors in muscles, tendons, and joints that monitor activity of muscles.
What is the location of special somatic sensory neurons?
From special sense organs such as lateral line, ear, eye
What is the locations of general visceral sensory neurons?
From most visceral receptors.
What is the location of special visceral sensory neurons?
From taste buds.
What is the location of somatic motor neurons?
to somatic muscles
What is the location of special visceral motor neurons?
to branchiomeric muscles
What is the location of general visceral motor neurons?
Heart, gut, other smooth muscles, glands
_____ constitutes the autonomic nervous system.
general visceral motor neurons
_____ is highly developed in amphibians and amniotes.
General visceral motor neurons
General visceral motor neurons are categorized into antagonistic divisions: _____ and _____.
Describe the basic circuitry of neurons.
Most locomotor and visceral activities are the result of a reflex arc within the spinal cord and brain stem.
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