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1
What type of sensory receptors will respond to changes in pressure or movement?
A)mechanoreceptors
B)thermoreceptors
C)chemoreceptors
D)photoreceptors
2
What type of sensory receptor will respond to changes in pH, oxygen, or carbon dioxide concentrations?
A)mechanoreceptors
B)thermoreceptors
C)chemoreceptors.
D)photoreceptors
3
_______ are mechanoreceptors that help maintain muscle tone, body equilibrium, and posture.
A)Nociceptors
B)Cutaneous receptors
C)Proprioceptors
D)Free nerve endings
4
Nerve signals from the general sense receptors travel up the spinal cord to the sensory relay center, the ______.
A)cerebellum.
B)basal nuclei.
C)hypothalamus.
D)thalamus.
5
Which of the following cutaneous receptors are NOT sensitive to fine touch?
A)Meissner corpuscles
B)Merkel's disks
C)Ruffini endings
D)free nerve endings
6
Which of the following cutaneous receptors are NOT sensitive to pressure?
A)Krause end bulbs
B)Pacinian corpuscles
C)Ruffini endings
D)Merkel's disks
7
Cutaneous receptors for temperature are ______.
A)Krause end bulbs.
B)Meissner corpuscles.
C)free nerve endings.
D)Pacinian corpuscles.
8
Referred pain occurs from stimulation of visceral _______ receptors and is felt as pain from the skin as well as the internal organs.
A)Krause end bulbs
B)rods
C)nociceptors
D)dermal
9
Chemical senses include _______.
A)smell.
B)receptors for pH.
C)taste.
D)All of the above are chemical senses.
10
The tip of the tongue is more sensitive to _________.
A)salt
B)bitter
C)sour
D)sweet
11
The taste area of the cerebrum is located in the _____.
A)insula.
B)temporal lobe.
C)frontal lobe.
D)parietal lobe.
12
The olfactory cortex is located in the _____.
A)insula.
B)temporal lobe.
C)frontal lobe.
D)parietal lobe.
13
The __________ lines the inner surface of the eyelid and much of the anterior surface of the eye.
A)cornea
B)conjunctiva
C)orbicularis oculi
D)sclera
14
The lacrimal apparatus functions in
A)tear production.
B)focusing.
C)equilibrium.
D)chemoreception.
15
Which of the following is NOT an extrinsic eye muscle?
A)iris
B)inferior rectus
C)superior oblique
D)lateral rectus
16
Which of the following cranial nerves does NOT function in eye movement?
A)oculomotor
B)abducens
C)optic
D)trochlear
17
Which of the following layers of the eye is tough, white connective tissue?
A)choroid
B)sclera
C)retina
D)cornea
18
Which of the following layers of the eye serves to absorb stray light rays?
A)cornea
B)choroid
C)vitreous humor
D)fovea centralis
19
Which of the following layers of the eye contains the visual receptors?
A)choroid
B)sclera
C)retina
D)optic nerve
20
Which of the following eye structures regulates the entrance of light into the eye?
A)cornea
B)iris
C)sclera
D)ciliary body
21
What structure controls the shape of the lens for near and far vision?
A)iris
B)ciliary muscle
C)choroid
D)ciliary body
22
The anterior compartment of the eye contains a clear, watery fluid called the _____.
A)vitreous humor.
B)aqueous humor.
C)good humor.
D)optic humor.
23
The posterior compartment of the eye contains a clear, gelatinous substance called the _____.
A)vitreous humor.
B)aqueous humor.
C)good humor.
D)optic humor.
24
What is the third layer of the eye wall?
A)choroid
B)retina
C)sclera
D)iris
25
Which of the following is NOT located on the retina?
A)fovea centralis
B)ciliary body
C)blind spot
D)rods and cones
26
The area of the retina that is highly concentrated with cones is the _____.
A)ciliary body.
B)ganglion neurons.
C)blind spot.
D)fovea centralis.
27
Which photoreceptors provide for peripheral vision?
A)rods
B)cones
28
Which of the following is NOT involved in the refraction of light passing through the eye?
A)cornea
B)aqueous humor
C)retina
D)lens
29
Which of the following is the correct sequence for refraction of light rays through the eye?
A)lens, cornea, aqueous humor, vitreous humor
B)cornea, aqueous humor, lens, vitreous humor
C)aqueous humor, lens, vitreous humor, cornea
D)cornea, vitreous humor, lens, aqueous humor
30
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31
Which of the following does NOT occur when viewing a distant scene?
A)Ciliary muscle contracts.
B)Suspensory ligaments become taut.
C)Lens becomes flattened.
32
Which of the following does NOT occur when viewing a close object such as the computer screen?
A)suspensory ligament becomes taut
B)ciliary muscle contracts
C)lens rounds up (gets thicker)
33
A person who can see the computer screen clearly but not the scoreboard at a ballgame has
A)hyperopia.
B)myopia.
C)presbyopia.
D)astigmatism.
34
Myopia is caused by a(an) ______.
A)elongated eyeball.
B)shortened eyeball.
C)uneven cornea.
D)uneven lens.
35
The corrective lenses for myopia are _____.
A)convex.
B)unevenly ground.
C)concave.
D)not available.
36
If you can see the scoreboard at a ballgame, but can NOT see the computer screen well, you have
A)hyperopia.
B)myopia.
C)presbyopia.
D)astigmatism.
37
Hyperopia is cause by a(an) _____.
A)elongated eyeball.
B)shortened eyeball.
C)uneven cornea.
D)uneven lens.
38
The corrective lenses for hyperopia are ____.
A)convex.
B)unevenly ground.
C)concave.
D)not available.
39
When objects are blurred due to a "football-shaped" cornea or an uneven lens, the person has _____.
A)hyperopia.
B)myopia.
C)presbyopia.
D)astigmatism.
40
The lose of lens elasticity with age is called ____.
A)hyperopia.
B)myopia.
C)glaucoma.
D)presbyopia.
41
The visual pigment that is derived from vitamin A is found in _______.
A)rods.
B)cones.
42
What is the correct sequence of LIGHT traveling through the retina?
A)rods & cones, ganglion cells, bipolar cells to the choroid
B)bipolar cells, rods & cones, ganglion cells to the choroid.
C)ganglion cells, bipolar cells, rods & cones to the choroid.
D)ganglion cells, rods & cones, bipolar cells to the choroid
43
Which of the following is the correct sequence of structures of the visual pathway to the visual cortex?
A)optic nerves, optic tracts, optic chiasma, optic radiations, thalamus, visual cortex
B)optic nerves, optic chiasma, optic tracts, thalamus, optic radiations, visual cortex.
C)optic nerves, thalamus, optic chiasma, optic tracts, optic radiations, visual cortex
D)optic chiasma, optic nerves, optic tracts, thalamus, optic radiations, visual cortex
44
The primary visual cortex is located in the _____ of the cerebrum.
A)parietal lobe
B)insula
C)occipital lobe
D)temporal lobe
45
In which part of the ear would you find the opening to the auditory tube?
A)external ear
B)middle ear
C)inner ear
46
Which of the following is NOT an opening into the middle ear?
A)round window
B)auditory canal
C)oval window
D)auditory (eustachian) tube
47
Which ossicle connects to the oval window?
A)incus
B)malleus
C)stapes
48
The auditory tube functions to
A)transmit sound waves.
B)transmit vibrations.
C)equalize air pressure on both sides of the tympanic membrane.
D)protect the vestibulocochlear nerve.
49
Which of the following is NOT an area of the inner ear?
A)cochlea
B)auditory tube.
C)vestibule
D)semicircular canals
50
Where is the organ of Corti located?
A)vestibule
B)saccule
C)ampulla
D)cochlea
51
Which of the following is NOT an auditory ossicle?
A)incus
B)ampulla
C)stapes
D)malleus
52
The purpose of the ossicles is to _____.
A)pass the sound waves to the inner ear.
B)correct for the position of the head.
C)amplify the sound waves.
D)Both A & C are purposes of the ossicles.
53
Trace the pathway of sound from the tympanic membrane to the inner ear structure for hearing.
A)malleus, incus, stapes, oval window, fluid of vestibular canal, organ of Corti
B)stapes, incus, malleus, round window, fluid of vestibular canal, organ of Corti
C)incus, malleus, stapes, fluid of vestibular canal, organ of Corti, oval window
D)oval window, stapes, incus, malleus, fluid of vestibular canal, organ of Corti
54
Which of the following is NOT related to rotational and angular equilibrium?
A)stereocilia
B)semicircular canals
C)ampullae
D)A, B, and C are all related to rotational and angular equilibrium.
55
Which of the following is NOT involved with the body's sense of equilibrium?
A)vision
B)utricle and saccule
C)organ of Corti
D)ampulla
56
Otoliths are found in the ____.
A)organ of Corti.
B)middle ear.
C)ampulla.
D)utricle and saccule.
57
A clouding of the lens of the eye is known as ___.
A)astigmatism.
B)glaucoma.
C)cataracts.
D)presbyopia.
58
Increased pressure from the aqueous humor in the anterior compartment of the eye is known as _____.
A)astigmatism.
B)glaucoma.
C)cataracts.
D)presbyopia.
59
Which of the following is NOT an age related change of the eyes?
A)glaucoma.
B)macular degeneration.
C)cararacts.
D)presbycusis.
60
What is the most common cause of conduction deafness in adults?
A)presbycusis
B)stereocilia have worn away
C)otosclerosis causing the stapes to adhere to the oval window
D)impacted earwax
61
Sensorineural deafness can be due to _____.
A)mechanical blockage of sound waves.
B)cancerous tumor of the middle ear.
C)otosclerosis of the ossicles.
D)worn away stereocilia of the organ of Corti.







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