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1 Chapter 14 - The Autonomic Nervous System $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Introduction ANS Anatomy Receptors Effects of the ANS Control of the ANS FINAL ROUND

2 Introduction: $100 Question All of the following are effects of the sympathetic nervous system except: a. increase in heart rate. b. increase in digestion. c. increase in respiration. d. increase in blood pressure. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

3 Introduction: $100 Answer All of the following are effects of the sympathetic nervous system except: a. increase in heart rate. b. increase in digestion. c. increase in respiration. d. increase in blood pressure. BACK TO GAME

4 Introduction: $200 Question Norepinephrine is secreted by ________. a. some axons of the voluntary nervous system b. some axons of the parasympathetic nervous system c. some axons of the sympathetic nervous system d. both a and b BACK TO GAME ANSWER

5 Introduction: $200 Answer Norepinephrine is secreted by ________. a. some axons of the voluntary nervous system b. some axons of the parasympathetic nervous system c. some axons of the sympathetic nervous system d. both a and b BACK TO GAME

6 Introduction: $300 Question All of the following statements about the ANS are true except: a. the cell bodies of the preganglionic neurons are in the CNS. b. the autonomic ganglia are in the PNS. c. the autonomic ganglia contain motor neurons only. d.the presynaptic axons extend to the effectors. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

7 Introduction: $300 Answer All of the following statements about the ANS are true except: a. the cell bodies of the preganglionic neurons are in the CNS. b. the autonomic ganglia are in the PNS. c. the autonomic ganglia contain motor neurons only. d.the presynaptic axons extend to the effectors. BACK TO GAME

8 Introduction: $400 Question All of the following “D”s describe the effects of the parasympathetic nervous system except: a. digestion. b. defecation. c. diuresis. d. deep breathing. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

9 Introduction: $400 Answer All of the following “D”s describe the effects of the parasympathetic nervous system except: a. digestion. b. defecation. c. diuresis. d. deep breathing. BACK TO GAME

10 Introduction: $500 Question All of the following “E”s are used to describe the sympathetic nervous system except: a. excitement. b. embarrassment. c. excretion. d. exercise. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

11 Introduction: $500 Answer All of the following “E”s are used to describe the sympathetic nervous system except: a. excitement. b. embarrassment. c. excretion. d. exercise. BACK TO GAME

12 ANS Anatomy: $100 Question Which of the following statements is true of the parasympathetic nervous system? a.The preganglionic fibers are shorter than the postganglionic fibers. b.The fibers emerge from the brain and sacral portion of the spinal cord. c. The ganglia lie close to the spinal cord. d. All of the above statements are true. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

13 ANS Anatomy: $100 Answer Which of the following statements is true of the parasympathetic nervous system? a. The preganglionic fibers are shorter than the postganglionic fibers. b. The fibers emerge from the brain and sacral portion of the spinal cord. c. The ganglia lie close to the spinal cord. d. All of the above statements are true. BACK TO GAME

14 ANS Anatomy: $200 Question The parasympathetic fibers that constrict the iris originate in the ______ ganglia. a. ciliary b. otic c. pterygopalatine d. submandibular BACK TO GAME ANSWER

15 ANS Anatomy: $200 Answer The parasympathetic fibers that constrict the iris originate in the ______ ganglia. a. ciliary b. otic c. pterygopalatine d. submandibular BACK TO GAME

16 ANS Anatomy: $300 Question Which of the following is not true of the sympathetic nervous system? a. The preganglionic neuron cell bodies are found in the CNS. b. The postganglionic neurons are in the PNS. c. Some preganglionic fibers travel to the adrenal medulla. d. The ganglia are close to the effectors. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

17 ANS Anatomy: $300 Answer Which of the following is not true of the sympathetic nervous system? a. The preganglionic neuron cell bodies are found in the CNS. b. The postganglionic neurons are in the PNS. c. Some preganglionic fibers travel to the adrenal medulla. d. The ganglia are close to the effectors. BACK TO GAME

18 ANS Anatomy: $400 Question About 90% of the parasympathetic fibers are located in which cranial nerve? a. III b. VII c. IX d. X BACK TO GAME ANSWER

19 ANS Anatomy: $400 Answer About 90% of the parasympathetic fibers are located in which cranial nerve? a. III b. VII c. IX d. X BACK TO GAME

20 ANS Anatomy: $500 Question This cranial nerve contains all of the parasympathetic postganglionic fibers innervating the head. a. V b. VII c. VIII d. X BACK TO GAME ANSWER

21 ANS Anatomy: $500 Answer This cranial nerve contains all of the parasympathetic postganglionic fibers innervating the head. a. V b. VII c. VIII d. X BACK TO GAME

22 Receptors: $100 Question Which of the following is a type of adrenergic receptor? a. Nicotinic b. Muscarinic c. Alpha d. Both a and b BACK TO GAME ANSWER

23 Receptors: $100 Answer Which of the following is a type of adrenergic receptor? a. Nicotinic b. Muscarinic c. Alpha d. Both a and b BACK TO GAME

24 Receptors: $200 Question Nicotinic receptors are found in all of the following except: a. autonomic ganglia. b. skeletal muscles. c. adrenal medulla. d. heart. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

25 Receptors: $200 Answer Nicotinic receptors are found in all of the following except: a. autonomic ganglia. b. skeletal muscles. c. adrenal medulla. d. heart. BACK TO GAME

26 Receptors: $300 Question Which of the following is sometimes referred to as a “misplaced” sympathetic ganglion? a. Celiac ganglion b. Collateral ganglion c. Splanchnic nerve d. Adrenal medulla BACK TO GAME ANSWER

27 Receptors: $300 Answer Which of the following is sometimes referred to as a “misplaced” sympathetic ganglion? a. Celiac ganglion b. Collateral ganglion c. Splanchnic nerve d. Adrenal medulla BACK TO GAME

28 Receptors: $400 Question Muscarinic receptors differ from nicotinic receptors in that __________. a. they are always excitatory b. they respond to acetylcholine c. they can be inhibitory d. they are found in the voluntary nervous system BACK TO GAME ANSWER

29 Receptors: $400 Answer Muscarinic receptors differ from nicotinic receptors in that __________. a. they are always excitatory b. they respond to acetylcholine c. they can be inhibitory d. they are found in the voluntary nervous system BACK TO GAME

30 Receptors: $500 Question Atropine, which blocks muscarinic receptors, could cause all of the following except: a. dilated eyes. b. dry mouth. c. skeletal muscle paralysis. d. decreased heart rate. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

31 Receptors: $500 Answer Atropine, which blocks muscarinic receptors, could cause all of the following except: a. dilated eyes. b. dry mouth. c. skeletal muscle paralysis. d. decreased heart rate. BACK TO GAME

32 Effects of the ANS: $100 Question The parasympathetic nervous system is more active when we are _______. a. at rest b. digesting food c. exercising d. Both choices a and b are correct. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

33 Effects of the ANS: $100 Answer The parasympathetic nervous system is more active when we are _______. a. at rest b. digesting food c. exercising d. Both choices a and b are correct. BACK TO GAME

34 Effects of the ANS: $200 Question Body temperature regulation is under the control of the ____________. a. sympathetic nervous system b. parasympathetic nervous system c. voluntary nervous system d. sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems BACK TO GAME ANSWER

35 Effects of the ANS: $200 Answer Body temperature regulation is under the control of the ____________. a. sympathetic nervous system b. parasympathetic nervous system c. voluntary nervous system d. sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems BACK TO GAME

36 Effects of the ANS: $300 Question The parasympathetic nervous system shares control with the sympathetic nervous system over all of the following except the: a. heart. b. respiratory system. c. salivary glands. d. blood vessels. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

37 Effects of the ANS: $300 Answer The parasympathetic nervous system shares control with the sympathetic nervous system over all of the following except the: a. heart. b. respiratory system. c. salivary glands. d. blood vessels. BACK TO GAME

38 Effects of the ANS: $400 Question The sympathetic nervous system differs from the parasympathetic in all of the following except: a. it is craniosacral in origin. b. some fibers release norepinephrine. c. its effects are more diffuse than they are localized. d. its effects last longer than the parasympathetic. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

39 Effects of the ANS: $400 Answer The sympathetic nervous system differs from the parasympathetic in all of the following except: a. it is craniosacral in origin. b. some fibers release norepinephrine. c. its effects are more diffuse than they are localized. d. its effects last longer than the parasympathetic. BACK TO GAME

40 Effects of the ANS: $500 Question Drugs classified as alpha-blockers can help decrease _______. a. respiration b. heart rate c. blood pressure d. urination BACK TO GAME ANSWER

41 Effects of the ANS: $500 Answer Drugs classified as alpha-blockers can help decrease _______. a. respiration b. heart rate c. blood pressure d. urination BACK TO GAME

42 Control of the ANS: $100 Question The main integration center for the ANS is the _______. a. medulla b. midbrain c. hypothalamus d. thalamus BACK TO GAME ANSWER

43 Control of the ANS: $100 Answer The main integration center for the ANS is the _______. a. medulla b. midbrain c. hypothalamus d. thalamus BACK TO GAME

44 Control of the ANS: $200 Question Which of the following is an example of cerebral control of the ANS? a. Autonomic reflexes b. Biofeedback c. Emotional responses d. Reciprocal inhibition BACK TO GAME ANSWER

45 Control of the ANS: $200 Answer Which of the following is an example of cerebral control of the ANS? a. Autonomic reflexes b. Biofeedback c. Emotional responses d. Reciprocal inhibition BACK TO GAME

46 Control of the ANS: $300 Question Cardiac and vasomotor reflex centers are found in the _______. a. midbrain b. thalamus c. hypothalamus d. medulla oblongata BACK TO GAME ANSWER

47 Control of the ANS: $300 Answer Cardiac and vasomotor reflex centers are found in the _______. a. midbrain b. thalamus c. hypothalamus d. medulla oblongata BACK TO GAME

48 Control of the ANS: $400 Question Visceral responses to emotion are mediated by the _______. a. reticular formation b. medulla oblongata c. hypothalamus d. thalamus BACK TO GAME ANSWER

49 Control of the ANS: $400 Answer Visceral responses to emotion are mediated by the _______. a. reticular formation b. medulla oblongata c. hypothalamus d. thalamus BACK TO GAME

50 Control of the ANS: $500 Question The hypothalamus controls the autonomic regions of the brain stem and spinal cord via the _______. a. reticular formation b. midbrain c. limbic system d. cerebral cortex BACK TO GAME ANSWER

51 Control of the ANS: $500 Answer The hypothalamus controls the autonomic regions of the brain stem and spinal cord via the _______. a. reticular formation b. midbrain c. limbic system d. cerebral cortex BACK TO GAME

52 FINAL ROUND Question Which of the following conditions, sometimes seen in the elderly, is a problem of the sympathetic rather than the parasympathetic nervous system? a. Constipation b. Orthostatic hypotension c. Urinary retention d. Dry eyes BACK TO GAME ANSWER

53 FINAL ROUND Answer Which of the following conditions, sometimes seen in the elderly, is a problem of the sympathetic rather than the parasympathetic nervous system? a. Constipation b. Orthostatic hypotension c. Urinary retention d. Dry eyes BACK TO GAME


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