Nervous system by admin_massage2 | Dec 6, 2021 | 0 comments Welcome to your Nervous system 1. Which one of the following is a function of the sympathetic nervous system?Deselect Answercauses dilation of blood vessels supplying skeletal musclesConstricts the flow of blood to the heartSlows the action of the heartReleases acetylcholine2. Dendrites are?Deselect AnswerNerve fibresNeuronesNerve impulsesNerve cells3. Neuroglia is a type of?Deselect AnswerConnective tissueYellow elastic tissueMuscular tissueNervous tissue4. How many pairs of cranial nerves are there?Deselect Answer1258315. White matter is made of?Deselect AnswerBundles of mixed fibres and dendritesBundles of myelinated nerve fibresBundles of cell bodiesBundles of unmyelinated nerve fibres6. The hamstrings are supplied by the?Deselect AnswerThe brachial plexusThe lumbar plexusThe sacral plexusThe coccygeal plexus7. The bundle of nerves known as the cauda equina are made up of which part of the spinal nerves?Deselect AnswerCervial, lumbar and coccygeal nervesCervical, thoracic and lumbar nervesLumbar, sacral and coccygeal nervesThoraci, lumbar and sacral nerves8. Which one of the following is a function of the cerebrum?Deselect AnswerTransmits message to the spinal cordControlling voluntary movementTransmits message to and from the brainMaintaining balance and equilibrium of the body9. How long is the midbrain?Deselect Answer1cm2.5cm2cm1.5cm10. What is the function of the midbrain?Deselect AnswerTransmits message to and from the spinal cord and cerebrumTransmits messages to and from the spinal cordTransmits messages to and from the spinal cord, the cerebrum and the cerebellumTransmits messages to and from the spinal cord and cerebellum11. What is the function of neurilemma?Deselect AnswerThey pass on the nerve impulse to the dendrites of the next neuroneTo speed up the passage of nerve impulses along the fibreTransmit nerve impulses away from the cell bodyTo regenerate nerve cells12. Which one of the following is not a function of cerebrospinal fluid?Deselect AnswerRegulates body temperatureKeeps pressure around the brain and spinal cord constantForms a cushion between the bony cavities and nerves, protecting the brain and spinal cordRemoves waste and toxins13. Grey matter is made up of?Deselect Answerc) Cell bodies, unmyelinated axons and dendritesd) Cell bodies, neurilemma and dendritesb) Nerve fibres and axonsa) Nerve fibres and dendrites14. Which one of the following is not a function of the cerebrum?Deselect AnswerControls voluntary movementControls mental activityControls muscle tone and postureInterprets and perceives pain, heat and cold15. What is the function of neuroglia?Deselect AnswerTransmit nerve impulses to the cell bodyInsulates the axonSupports the neuronesTransmit nerve impulses away from the cell body16. The peripheral nervous system contains?Deselect AnswerBrainSpinal cordMuscle fibresAutonomic nervous system17. The coccygeal plexus is located?Deselect AnswerRight side of the pelvic cavityBack of the pelvic cavityLeft side of the pelvic cavityFront of the pelvic cavity18. Where are neurilemma found?Deselect AnswerPeripheral nervesBrainSpinal cordAutonomic nervous system19. Which of the following is not one of the main sections of the brain?Deselect AnswerThe cervical plexusThe cerebrumThe cerebellumThe brain stem20. Which part of the brain controls the actions of the heart and lungs?Deselect AnswerMidbrainHypothalamusMedulla oblongataPons varolli21. A reflex is produced by?Deselect AnswerSensory stimulusVoluntary movementNerve cellsNerve endings22. The reflex arc consists of?Deselect AnswerA sense organ, the spinal cord, a sensory nerve, a motor nerveThe spinal cord and brainBrain, sense organ, the spinal cordA sensory nerve and organ23. A loss of dopamine occurs when an individual is suffering from?Deselect AnswerMyalgic encephalomelitisMultiple sclerosisCerebral palsyParkinsons disease24. What is the centre of the nerve cell?Deselect AnswerNeurilemmaSynapseAxonCell body25. Cerebrospinal fluid contains?Deselect AnswerPlasma and proteinsNutrients, salts and proteinsProtein, glucose, salts and other substancesProteins26. 16. What is the largest part of the brain?Deselect AnswerThe cerebrumThe brain stemThe cerebellumThe hypothalamus27. Which part of the body helps the nervous system maintain homeostasis?Deselect AnswerEndocrine systemCirculatory systemMuscular systemRespiratory system28. Grey matter is positioned?Deselect AnswerOn the inside of the brain and outside of the spinal cordOn the outside of the brain and inside of the spinal cordOn the inside of the spinal cordOn the outside of the brain29. Cerebral palsy occurs?Deselect AnswerWhen the brain is damaged during birthInjury or damage to nerve tissueFrom the loss of basal gangliaFrom the degeneration of nerve cells30. The olfactory nerve describes?Deselect AnswerNever of touchSensory nerveNerve of smellNerve of sight1 out of Please fill in the comment box below. Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.