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Created by Terri Street for OKTechMasters © 2000

Adapted by Tom Gest, Anatomical Sciences, University of Michigan Medical School, 2004

Questions developed by Charisa Roy, University of Michigan Medical School Class of 2007

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire

Doctor?


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  • 1,000,000

  • 500,000

  • 250,000

  • 125,000

  • 64,000

  • 32,000

  • 16,000

  • 8,000

  • 4,000

  • 2,000

  • 1,000

  • 500

  • 250

  • 100


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$100

  • A.

  • B.

  • C.

  • D.


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$100

  • A.

  • B.

  • C.

  • D.



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Which system is critical in orchestrating all of the complex interactions of the body?

A. endocrine

B. nervous

C. musculoskeletal

D. immune


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Which system is critical in orchestrating all of the complex interactions of the body?

A. endocrine

B. nervous


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The nervous system coordinates the interactions of the body?

interactions of all of the parts of the body.

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Which component of the nervous system detects changes in blood pressure?

A. integration

B. response

C. sensory

D. proprioception


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Which component of the nervous system detects changes in blood pressure?

C. sensory

D. proprioception


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The sensory component of the nervous system blood pressure?

monitors all of our bodily functions.

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The axon of a nerve cell is insulated with what material? blood pressure?

A. cellulose

B. myelin

C. serotonin

D. neurotransmitters


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The axon of a nerve cell is insulated with what material? blood pressure?

B. myelin

C. serotonin



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Individual nerve fibers are grouped into what structures? blood pressure?

A. myelin

B. epineurium

C. axons

D. fascicles


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Individual nerve fibers are grouped into what structures? blood pressure?

C. axons

D. fascicles


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Nerve fibers are bundled in fascicles, which blood pressure?

together make what we call “nerves”.

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Which of the following is a structural division of the body’s nervous system?

A. somatic

B. autonomic

C. central

D. sensory


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Which of the following is a structural division of the body’s nervous system?

A. somatic

C. central


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The structural divisions are central (brain & spinal body’s nervous system

cord) and peripheral (cranial and spinal nerves).

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In the central nervous system, a collection of nerve cell bodies is known as what?

A. nucleus

B. ganglion

C. nerves

D. schwann cells


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In the central nervous system, a collection of nerve cell bodies is known as what?

A. nucleus

B. ganglion


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Nuclei are collections of nerve cell bodies within the central

nervous system; ganglia lie in the peripheral nervous system.

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The central nervous system is composed of nervous tissue and what other structure(s)?

A. fat

B. blood vessels

C. muscle

D. bone


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The central nervous system is composed of nervous tissue and what other structure(s)?

A. fat

B. blood vessels


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The nervous system is richly supplied with blood vessels. what other structure(s)?

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The peripheral nervous system consists of how many pairs of cranial nerves?

A. 13

B. 12

C. 31

D. 17



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There are 12 pairs of cranial nerves and 31 pairs of spinal cranial nerves?

nerves in the peripheral nervous system.

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Which of the following is a functional division of the body’s nervous system?

A. peripheral

B. autonomic

C. integrating

D. central


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Which of the following is a functional division of the body’s nervous system?

B. autonomic

C. integrating


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The functional divisions of the nervous system body’s nervous system?

are somatic and autonomic.

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Which structure(s) does/do not receive innervation from the somatic nervous system?

A. glands

B. muscle

C. skin

D. light receptors


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Which structure(s) does/do not receive innervation from the somatic nervous system?

A. glands

D. light receptors


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Glands are innervated by the autonomic somatic nervous system?

nervous system.

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Which of the following is primarily regulated by the somatic nervous system?

A. heart rate

B. blood pressure

C. digestion

D. walking


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Which of the following is primarily regulated by the somatic nervous system?

C. digestion

D. walking


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Locomotion is controlled by the somatic nervous system?

nervous system.

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Which of the following is NOT involved in a reflex arc? nervous system?

A. cerebral processing

B. motor output

C. sensory input

D. interpretation in

spinal cord


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Which of the following is NOT involved in a reflex arc? nervous system?

A. cerebral processing

D. interpretation in

spinal cord


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The magic of a reflex arc is that it does not nervous system?

have to travel to the cerebrum to create action.

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Nerve regeneration/repair after injury occurs best in which part of the nervous system?

A. peripheral

B. central

C. somatic

D. autonomic


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Nerve regeneration/repair after injury occurs best in which part of the nervous system?

A. peripheral

B. central


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Nerve regeneration is most successful in part of the nervous system?

the peripheral nervous system.

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At what rate do peripheral nerve fibers grow during regeneration?

A. 1mm/day

B. 1cm/day

C. 1in/day

D. 0.1in/day


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At what rate do peripheral nerve fibers grow during regeneration?

A. 1mm/day

B. 1cm/day


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Nerve fibers regrow at a rate of 1mm/day. regeneration?

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Ask a friend! regeneration?

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