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These are the questions at the end of chapter 13... sorry its taking so long.. I've been at work all day and it's a lot to type. I omitted # 7,9,10 b/c I don't believe there were any ?'s in the test about those... if you think differently let me know and I'll put them in here.

The large onion shaped receptors that are found deep in the dermis and in subcutaneous tissue and that respond to deep pressure are

Pacinian Corpuscles

Propioceptors include all of the following except

Tactile Discs

The aspect of sensory perception by which the cerebral cortex identifies the site or pattern of stimulation is

Spatial discrimination

The neural machinery of the spinal cord is at the

Segment level

dorsal root ganglia contain

Cell Bodies of sensory neurons

the connective tissues sheath that surrounds a fascicle of nerve fibers is

Perineurium

Causes papillary constriction

Oculomotor

is the major sensory nerve of the face

Trigeminal

serves the sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscle

Accessory

are purely sensory (two nerves)

Optic

serves the tongue muscle

Hypoglossal

allow you to chew your food

Trigeminal

Helps to regulate heart activity

Vagus

Helps to hear and maintain balance

Vestibulochchlear

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