5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How do ciliary muscles react to far sight vision?
- Where do parasympathetic divisions originate from?
- What is white matter?
- Anterior part of the brain develops into?
- a final relay station for sensory information
- b Axons that conduct information up and down the spinal cord
- c The cranial and sacral region
- d Hindbrain, Midbrain, Forebrain,
- e ciliary muscles relax, lens becomes flatter
5 Multiple choice questions
- Carries the information away from the cell
- starts in visual cortex, to angular gyrus, to Wernicke's area, to Broca's area, to primary motor cortex
- For a far-sighted person, the image is focused behind the retina. The convex lens helps to move the image forward.
- Condition where a person is aware of the stimulus but he or she cannot identify it
- Dorsal, Ventral
5 True/False questions
Ratio → Brain size to body weight
Sympathetic and Parasympathetic division: Preganglionic neurons → Cholinergic neuron that uses Ach, Noradrenergic neuron that uses norepinephrine, ganglion, preganlionic neuron, and postganglionic neuron
Cerebellum → Involved in muscle coordination
Conjunctiva → Anterior portion of the clear, transparent, admits light
Hippocampus → Part of the limbic system that essential for transfer of short-term memory to long-term memory