Human Physiology-Neural Control and Coordination (NEET Biology): Questions 6 - 10 of 58

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Question number: 6

» Human Physiology » Neural Control and Coordination » Central Nervous System

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Foramen of Monro is an aperture between

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Choice (4) Response

a.

lateral and 3rd ventricle

b.

rhinocoel and diocoel

c.

3rd and 4th ventricle

d.

diocoel and metacoel

Question number: 7

» Human Physiology » Neural Control and Coordination » Neuron and Nerves

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Space between the two adjoining neurons where the chemical transmitter is related known as

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Synaptic vesicle

b.

Synapse

c.

Synaptic cleft

d.

Terminal button

Question number: 8

» Human Physiology » Neural Control and Coordination » Neuron and Nerves

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IV, V and IX cranial nerves are

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Pathetic, trigeminal and glossopharyngeal.

b.

Trigeminal, vagus and glossopharyngeal

c.

Occulomotor, trigeminal and hypoglossal.

d.

Olfactory, spinal accessory and vagus.

Question number: 9

» Human Physiology » Neural Control and Coordination » Chemical Coordination and Regulation

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The effect of different hormones on the body can be best said to bring about

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Release of inherent capacities.

b.

Proper growth

c.

Co-ordination of functions

d.

Stimulation of organs.

Question number: 10

» Human Physiology » Neural Control and Coordination » Generation and Conduction of Nerve Impulse

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Which one of the following statement in regard to nerve activity is true?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

The synaptic cleft does not prevent direct propagation of action potential from presynaptic neuron to post synaptic cell.

b.

Combination of neurotransmitter with receptor site changes membrane potential without changing membrane potentiality.

c.

In tetanus the excitatory impulse to muscles are inhibited leading to lock jaw.

d.

Information across the synaptic cleft is transmitted by means of a chemical neurotransmitter in small vesicle.

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