5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Seventh Cranial Nerve
- Trigeminal Nerve (V)
- Nervous System
- a Contains sensory fibers that relay signals from the head, face, and teeth. (Chewing muscles). The branches are known as opthalmic, mazillary, and mandibular.
- b Nerve fibers extending from the nerve cell that receive impluses from other neurons.
- c Is the chief motor nerve of the face. Also called the facial nerve.
- d The largest and most complex mass of nerve tissue in the body.
- e Exceptionally well-organized system that is responsible for coordinating all the many activities that are performed by the body.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Branches of this nerve innervate the taste buds, the skin of the external ear, and the salivary and lacrimal glands. Also controls facial expressions.
- Affects the side of the neck and the platysma muscle.
- Much smaller than red blood cells. They contribute to the blood-clotting process, which stops bleeding. Also known as thrombocytes.
- Secretes enzyme-producing cells that are responsible for digesting carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Cells within the control insulin and glucagon production.
- Whitish cords, made up of bundles of nerve fibers held together by connective tissue, through which impluses are transmitted.
5 True/False Questions
Exocrine Glands → Produce a substance that travels through small. tube-like ducts. Sweat and oil glands of the skin belong to this group. Also known as duct glands.
Pericardium → The heart is enclosed by this membrane.
Fifth Cranial Nerve → Is the chief motor nerve of the face. Also called the facial nerve.
Spinal Accessory Nerve (XI) → This nerve brings about movement in the head and shoulders. Also is involved in the production of voice sounds.
Mitral Valve → or bicuspid valve; a flap like structure that prevents the back flow of blood as it is pumped from the left atrium to the left ventricle