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Physiology Quiz -
Random Physiology Questions - Part 2
This quiz contains a set of questions randomly selected from different topics.
(1)   All other factors being equal, axons with smaller diameters conduct action potentials at a higher velocity than do axons with larger diameters.
(2)   Action potentials travel along axons in a non-decremental fashion.
(3)   This motor protein is involved in the transport of vesicles and organelles toward the neuron cell body (retrograde transport).

(4)   A bundle of axons is referred to as a:

(5)   Which of the following is (are) possible sequence of events following the opening of neuronal voltage-gated Na+ channels?
(6)   All mammalian axons are myelinated.
(7)   Similar to the neuronal action potential, graded potentials are all-or-nothing.
(8)   In an average-sized individual, the total volume of plasma filtered every day in both kidneys combined is:
(9)   Taste buds degenerate with increasing age leading to reduced taste sensitivity in old age.
(10)   Which of the following is (are) true of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor?
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Posted: Friday, December 4, 2015