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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Doctor?

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  1. 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?

  2. 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

  3. $100 • A. • B. • C. • D.

  4. $100 • A. • B. • C. • D.

  5. Back to Board

  6. Which system is critical in orchestrating all of the complex interactions of the body? A. endocrine B. nervous C. musculoskeletal D. immune

  7. Which system is critical in orchestrating all of the complex interactions of the body? A. endocrine B. nervous

  8. The nervous system coordinates the interactions of all of the parts of the body. Back to Board

  9. Which component of the nervous system detects changes in blood pressure? A. integration B. response C. sensory D. proprioception

  10. Which component of the nervous system detects changes in blood pressure? C. sensory D. proprioception

  11. The sensory component of the nervous system monitors all of our bodily functions. Back to Board

  12. The axon of a nerve cell is insulated with what material? A. cellulose B. myelin C. serotonin D. neurotransmitters

  13. The axon of a nerve cell is insulated with what material? B. myelin C. serotonin

  14. Myelin is a fatty sheath that insulates axons. Back to Board

  15. Individual nerve fibers are grouped into what structures? A. myelin B. epineurium C. axons D. fascicles

  16. Individual nerve fibers are grouped into what structures? C. axons D. fascicles

  17. Nerve fibers are bundled in fascicles, which together make what we call “nerves”. Back to Board

  18. Which of the following is a structural division of the body’s nervous system? A. somatic B. autonomic C. central D. sensory

  19. Which of the following is a structural division of the body’s nervous system? A. somatic C. central

  20. The structural divisions are central (brain & spinal cord) and peripheral (cranial and spinal nerves). Back to Board

  21. In the central nervous system, a collection of nerve cell bodies is known as what? A. nucleus B. ganglion C. nerves D. schwann cells

  22. In the central nervous system, a collection of nerve cell bodies is known as what? A. nucleus B. ganglion

  23. Nuclei are collections of nerve cell bodies within the central nervous system; ganglia lie in the peripheral nervous system. Back to Board

  24. The central nervous system is composed of nervous tissue and what other structure(s)? A. fat B. blood vessels C. muscle D. bone

  25. The central nervous system is composed of nervous tissue and what other structure(s)? A. fat B. blood vessels

  26. The nervous system is richly supplied with blood vessels. Back to Board

  27. The peripheral nervous system consists of how many pairs of cranial nerves? A. 13 B. 12 C. 31 D. 17

  28. The peripheral nervous system consists of how many pairs of cranial nerves? A. 13 B. 12

  29. There are 12 pairs of cranial nerves and 31 pairs of spinal nerves in the peripheral nervous system. Back to Board

  30. Which of the following is a functional division of the body’s nervous system? A. peripheral B. autonomic C. integrating D. central

  31. Which of the following is a functional division of the body’s nervous system? B. autonomic C. integrating

  32. The functional divisions of the nervous system are somatic and autonomic. Back to Board

  33. Which structure(s) does/do not receive innervation from the somatic nervous system? A. glands B. muscle C. skin D. light receptors

  34. Which structure(s) does/do not receive innervation from the somatic nervous system? A. glands D. light receptors

  35. Glands are innervated by the autonomic nervous system. Back to Board

  36. Which of the following is primarily regulated by the somatic nervous system? A. heart rate B. blood pressure C. digestion D. walking

  37. Which of the following is primarily regulated by the somatic nervous system? C. digestion D. walking

  38. Locomotion is controlled by the somatic nervous system. Back to Board

  39. Which of the following is NOT involved in a reflex arc? A. cerebral processing B. motor output C. sensory input D. interpretation in spinal cord

  40. Which of the following is NOT involved in a reflex arc? A. cerebral processing D. interpretation in spinal cord

  41. The magic of a reflex arc is that it does not have to travel to the cerebrum to create action. Back to Board

  42. Nerve regeneration/repair after injury occurs best in which part of the nervous system? A. peripheral B. central C. somatic D. autonomic

  43. Nerve regeneration/repair after injury occurs best in which part of the nervous system? A. peripheral B. central

  44. Nerve regeneration is most successful in the peripheral nervous system. Back to Board

  45. At what rate do peripheral nerve fibers grow during regeneration? A. 1mm/day B. 1cm/day C. 1in/day D. 0.1in/day

  46. At what rate do peripheral nerve fibers grow during regeneration? A. 1mm/day B. 1cm/day

  47. Nerve fibers regrow at a rate of 1mm/day. Back to Board

  48. Sorry, that is incorrect!

  49. Ask a friend! Remove two answers Consult the module!

  50. I hope you enjoyed playing.