ANS Overview Quiz

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ANS Overview Quiz
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ACC Christensen Physiology Spring 2012
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  1. Innervates skeletal muscle

    A. ANS
    B. SNS
    B. SNS
  2. Innervates Cardiac Muscle, Smooth Muscle, & glands

    A. SNS
    B. ANS
    B. ANS
  3. 2 Neuron motor unit

    A. ANS
    B. SNS
    A. ANS
  4. 1 Neuron motor unit

    A. SNS
    B. ANS
    A. SNS
  5. Preganglionic fibers are lightly myelinated, thin and conduction is slow

    A. ANS
    B. SNS
    A. ANS
  6. Motor fiers are thick, myelinated and conduct fast

    A. SNS
    B. ANS
    A. SNS
  7. Norepinephrin is the major neurotransmitter sereted by postganglionic fibers

    A. ANS
    B. SNS
    A. ANS
  8. Acetylcholine is is released at neuromuscual junctions

    a. ANS
    b. SNS
    b. SNS
  9. Acetylcholine's effect on receptor is excitatory and inhibitory

    A. True
    B. False
    B. False (only excitatory)
  10. The synaptic cleft is wider in the SNS

    A. True
    B. False
    B. False
  11. Preganglionic fibers are long, post ganglioic are short

    A. Sympathetic
    B. Parasympathetic
    B. Parasympathetic
  12. All fibers (pre & post) release acetylcholine (nicotinic & muscarinic receptors)

    A. Parasympathetic
    B. Sympathetic
    A. Parasympathetic
  13. Preganglionic fibers are short and post are long
    A. Sympathetic
    B. Parasympathetic
    A. Sympathetic
  14. Which is more complex?

    A. Sympathetic
    B. Parasympathitic
    A. Sympathetic
  15. Which has its fibers originate from the thoracolumbar spinal cord

    A. Sympathetic
    B. Parasympathetic
    A. Sympathetic
  16. Adrenal Medulla?

    A. Sympathetic
    B. Parasympathetic
    A. Sympathetic
  17. Hormone produced in adrenal medulla?
    Epinephrine/NE
  18. Where is the epinephrine that the adrenal medulla produces distributed?
    Directly to the blood
  19. What are the 2 types of Cholinergic receptors?
    Nicotinic & muscarinic
  20. Nicotinic receptors are found in all of these except?

    A. Adrenal medulla preganglionic cells
    B. Motor end plates of skeletal muscle
    C. All are true
    D. All preganglionic gangilia in both divisions (PSD & SD)
    C. All are true
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. Muscarinic receptors are found in all sympathetic target organs.

    A. True
    B. False
    B. False (Parasympathetic)
  22. Muscarinic receptors are found on sweat glands (excitatory) and blood vessels (inhibitory).

    A. True
    B. False
    A. True
  23. These are adrenergic neurotransmitters except?

    A. Epinephrine
    B. Nora Epinephrine
    C. Dopamine
    D. All are adrenergic
    D. All are adrenergic
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. Responsible for smooth muscle contraction

    A. Alpha
    B. Beta
    A. Alpha
  25. Responsible for smooth muscle constriction

    A. Alpha
    B. Beta
    B. Beta
  26. Related to Yohimbine (Viagra)

    A. Alpha
    B. Beta
  27. Responsible for Cardic muscle contraction?

    A. Alpha
    B. Beta1
    B. Beta1
  28. What is the MOA (mechanism of action) of albuterol?
    binds to B2 causing inhibitory effects (bronchodilation)
  29. What is the MOA (mechanism of action) to Propranolol?
    Prevents epinephrine and NE from binding to adrenergic receptors which slows the heart which slows blood pressure. antagonist
  30. What is the MOA (Mechanism of action) to Atropine?
    Blocks muscarinic Ach receptors on circular smooth muscle of iris resulting in dilation. antagonist
  31. SLUDD refers to

    A. Sympathetic
    B. Parasympathetic
    B. Parasympathetic
  32. Rising glucose levels & adrenal medulla stimulation are part of which response

    A. Sympathetic
    B. Parasympathetic
    B. Sympathetic
  33. Which system mostly controls blood pressure?

    A. Sympathetic
    B. Parasympathetic
    A. Sympathetic
  34. Parasympathetic tone normally dominates the heart, Smooth muscle, urinary tract organs and most glands.

    A. True
    B. False
    True
  35. How does anxiety or anger affect sexual erections?
    Parasympthetic causes erections but anxiety kicks in sympathetic response which can inhibit the parasympathetic activity
  36. Which is more localized, simple and neurotransmitters are quickly destroyed.

    A. Sympathetic
    B. Parasympathetic
    B. Parasympathetic

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