Study Guide 2

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Study Guide 2
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  1. Where the hair cells of the utricle and saccule are clustered?
    Maculate
  2. How does the greatest amount of refraction occur?
    Conjunction to cornea
  3. What is the structure that overlies the organ of corti?
    Inner ear- membrane- tectorial- membrane
  4. What are the four primary taste sensations?
    Bitter, sweet, sour & salty
  5. Where are the major centers concerned with automatic control breathing, blood pressure, and heart rate are located?
    Medulla Oblongata
  6. What is a printed record of the brain electrical activity?
    EEG
  7. Function of the Ventral Nuclei of the thalamus?
    Sensory Information to Nuclei & Cortex (Relate Info)
  8. What are the structures lying within each hemisphere beneath the floor of the lateral ventricle?
    The base and nuclei ( Bassal aereberal Nuclei)
  9. By which nerve = 75% of the parasympathic outflow is provided?
    Vagus Nerve
  10. Which division of the ANS maintains homeostasis during resting conditions?
    Parasympathetic
  11. What happens when there is a stimulation of the alpha-1 receptors by norepinephrine?
    Releases intracellular calcium
  12. What is chalazion?
    A small sebaceous cyst of the eyelid resulting when a Meibomian gland is blocked
  13. What happens when an external force presses against the cilia and microvilli of the inner hair cells?
    There is a change in the transmembrane potential of the hair cells
  14. What is the only cranial nerve attached to the brain?
    Olfactory
  15. How is the third and fourth ventricles connected?
    Acunducts
  16. Where the preganglionic neurons of the sympathetic nervous system are located?
    T1-L2 Lateral horn
  17. Functions of the Vitreous Body of the eye?
    Produces tears
  18. Which descending tract could be affected if results in inability to control the facial muscles?
    The cortical bulbar
  19. How is controlled the event of sympathetic activation?
    Hypothalamus

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