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Neural Control and Coordination Assignments Class 11 Biology
Question. Which one of the following groups of neurotransmitter is inhibitory in nature ?
(a) Histamine, ACh, serotonin
(b) Serotonin, Glutamate, Ach
(c) Serotonin, GABA, Dopamine
(d) GABA, Glutamate, Glycine
Question. Along with which structure limbic system is also involved in regulation of sexual behaviour, expression of emotional reaction and motivation.
(b) Association area
(c) Corpus callosum
Question. Neuron is specific for following characters like
(a) Modification, destruction and transmission of stimuli
(b) Detection, receiving and transmission of stimuli
(c) Formation, destruction and transmission of stimuli
(d) Modification, receiving and destruction of stimuli
Question. Transmission of nerve impulse is unidirectional due to ?
(a) insulation of nerve fibre by medullary sheath
(b) neurotransmitter releases only at axon ending.
(c) neurotransmitter releases only at dendrite ends
(d) sodium pump starts from cyton and proceeds upto axon ends.
Question. The inner parts of cerebral hemisphere and group of associated deep structure form a complex structure called limbic systems these associated deep structures include
(C) Outer parts of cerebral cortex
(D) Association area
(a) A and D
(b) A and B
(c) A and C
(d) C and D
Question. Short fibers which branch repeatdly, project out of cell body and also contains Nissl’s granules called
(d) Axon terminale
Question. What is true regarding mechanism of hearing
(a) The movements of hair cells bend basilar membrane, pressing it against the tectorial membrane
(b) The movements of basilar membrane bend the tectorial membrane pressing it against hair cells
(c) The movements of tectorial membrane bend the hair cells pressing it against the basilar membrane
(d) The movements of basilar membrane bend the hair cells pressing them against the tectorial membrane