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Lecture 18 Content; Lectures 15, 16, 17 Practice Questions
Be respectful. to me and your fellow classmates.
Pay attention. stay off your phone.
Have a good attitude.
Ask questions. I won’t know all of them but I’ll do my best.
SI Leader Assessment
Review Lectures 14, 15, 16, 17
Write out your responses and additional comments on a piece of paper.
Rate your understanding of the content covered so far in the Nervous System (Lectures 14-18). (1-Help; 10- I got dis)
Add additional comments about concepts that you think are still tricky.
Rate yourself in the amount of time outside of lab and lecture that you’ve spent studying. (1-none; 10 A LOT)
Feel free elaborate on how you’ve studied. (Attending SI, Tutoring, Flash Cards, Re-reading notes, ect)
Rate yourself on how well you are meeting your goals. (1-not even close; 10-right on track)
Example goals that were mentioned previously:
“Get an A or B”
Pass with a high enough grade to get into Physiology
Attend SI and Tutoring Regularly
Retain/Understand the Material (Not just cramming and dumping the info)
Be a good candidate for the Internship
Rate your SI Leader (Jordan) on his performance this semester.
Do this on the sheet that is handed out and answer the questions there.
“Say what you mean, but don’t say it mean.” –Kid President
Please give feedback! It means you care, and it makes me aware of the things I can fix.
Questions before we get started?
Somatic; Special Sensory; Visceral
Autonomic Nervous System
Norepinephrine = Long Lasting
Acetylcholine = Short Lasting
Divisions – Parasympathetic and Sympathetic
Rest and Digest
(Put you to sleep)
Uses ONLY AcH
Functions of the Sympathetic NS
Four F’s: Fight, Flight, Food, …Fornication
Uses AcH AND Norepinephrine
Which neurotransmitter results in a long-lasting effect on it’s target?
E. None of the above
Which of these is not a characteristic/function of the parasympathetic nervous system?
A. Uses acetylcholine at the postganglionic synapse.
B. Preganglionic and postganglionic fibers are vastly different in length.
C. Salivary glands are activated and metabolism is increased.
D. Ganglia or typically located near their targets.
Jordan is walking back to his apartment after SI and sees a clown coming after him. He has a panic attack. What division of the CNS is being used?
Which neurotransmitter is easily degraded and “turned-off” at synaptic clefts?
Which of these is not a characteristic/function of the sympathetic nervous system?
A. Uses acetylcholine at the preganglionic synapse.
B. Preganglionic and postganglionic fibers are relatively similar in length.
C. Sweat glands are activated.
D. Sexual function involving increased blood flow to reproductive organs.
Lectures 15, 16, 17 Review Questions
Have your notes handy but do your best not to depend on them.
The visual data center is found in the ____ and the auditory data center is found in the ____ of the mesencephalon.
A. Corpora cavernosus; Corpora cavernosus
B. Inferior Colliculi; Superior Colliculi
C. Superior Colliculi; Inferior Colliculi
D. Cranial Colliculi; Caudal Colliculi
The pons is found in what vesicle and controls what?
A. Mesencephalon; general motor control
B. Metencephalon; fine tuning the respiratory center
C. Metencephalon; holding the cerebrum with the cerebral peduncles
D. Telencephalon; integration of body movements
The limbic system involves which of the following?
A. Sensory processing of information from the limbs.
B. Motor control of movement in the limbs.
C. Internal blood pressure in the arteries and veins of the limbs through the use of baroceptors.
D. Integration of motor and sensory control from the limbs.
Which of these clinical applications is correctly paired with its definition?
A. Synesthesia – neurological condition resulting from genetic mutations and environmental factors decreasing cortical neurons.
B. Senility – hyper-connectivity within the limbic system.
C. Multiple sclerosis – demyelination due to bacterial.
D. Palsy – regional loss of sensory/motor function.
Cranial nerve ____ passes through the superior orbital fissure and cranial nerve ____ passes through the jugular foramen.
A. IV; XI
B. III; X
C. VI; IX
D. All of the above
Jordan went for a swim and got water in his ears. What cranial nerve sends the message to his brain that there is fluid present in his ear?
Jordan loses at odds and has to lick a wasps nest. He gets stung on the tip of his tongue. What cranial nerve is stimulated to send pain signals?
Name the cranial nerves that pass through the superior orbital fissure.
Name the cranial nerves that pass through the internal acoustic meatus.
Name the cranial nerves that pass through the jugular foramen.
Name the cranial nerves that have a mixed function.
Recap: What did we talk about tonight? What was something you found helpful? What concepts do you still need to work on?
If you weren’t here last week and want a CSF flash card sheet, come get one!
If you are not satisfied with your self assessment, please come ask for help!
Please turn in your self assessments and assessments of me.
Keep studying hard.
Stay gold, everyone. Stay Gold.
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Lesson descriptions should be brief.Uses acetylcholine at the postganglionic synapse.
The limbic system involves which of the foll