Biology Practice Test – Nervous Coordination (Questions with Answers and Explanations)

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The diagram above illustrates the left side of the human cerebrum. The part labeled X controls _____ (WASSCE 2014)

A. general memory
B. speech
C. sight
D. respiratory functions.

The smallest branches on the cell body of a neuron are called _____ (WASSCE 2007)

A. dendrites
B. dendrons
C. ganglia
D. schwan

Which of the following neurons may not have myelin sheath? (WASSCE 2011)

A. Effector cells.
B. intermediate neurons.
C. Motor neutrons
D. Sensory neurons

The legs of an accident victim with a fractured vertebral column and injured spinal cord could not be raised because ______ (WASSCE 2014)

A. impulses from receptors in the legs cannot travel to the brain
B. impulses from the brain cannot travel to the legs
C. chemical substances will be released at synapses in the central nervous system
D. reflex actions cannot take place in the legs.

A person had an accident that affected the skull but not the nose and later lost the sense of smell. The accident must have affected the ______ (WASSCE 2015)

A. nose by extension
B. olfactory lobes of the brain
C. passages from the nose to the brain
D. part of the skull near the nose



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