Which of the following is a major coordinating center for sensory and motor signaling for the cerebrum?
1. Hypothalamus
2. Thalamus
3. Corpora quadrigemina
4. Amygdala

Subtopic:  Neuroanatomy | Diencephalon |
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The sensory neuron enters the spinal cord through:
1. The dorsal root of the spinal nerve
2. The ventral root of the spinal nerve
3. Either dorsal or ventral root depending on the point of origin 
4. Both dorsal and ventral roots of the spinal nerves

Subtopic:  Motor Functions of Spinal Cord |
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From inside to outside the correct order of the following cells in the retina would be:
1. Ganglion cells - Photoreceptor cells - Bipolar cells
2. Ganglion cells - Bipolar cells - Photoreceptor cells
3. Bipolar cells - Photoreceptor cells - Ganglion cells
4. Photoreceptor cells - Ganglion cells - Bipolar cells

Subtopic:  Basic Anatomy of Human Eye: 1 (OLD NCERT) | Human Eye (OLD NCERT) | Basic Anatomy of Human Eye (OLD NCERT) |
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In the human eye, the visual acuity is highest at:

1. Macula lutea

2. Optic disc

3. Fovea centralis

4. Optic chiasma

Subtopic:  Human Eye: Adaptation (OLD NCERT) |
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Reissner's membrane separates:
1. Scala vestibuli and Scala media
2. Tympanic cavity and Pharynx
3. Fenestra rotundus and Fenestra ovalis
4. Scala media and Scala tympani

Subtopic:  Inner Ear: Cochlea (OLD NCERT) |
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The resting membrane potential is established primarily due to:
1. Sodium-potassium pump
2. Efflux of potassium
3. Influx of sodium
4. Influx of chloride

Subtopic:  Origin of Resting Membrane Potential |
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A characteristic of human cornea is :
1. absence of blood circulation 
2. cause cataract in old age
3. has lacrimal glands for secreting tears
4. secreted by conjunctiva and glandular layer

Subtopic:  Basic Anatomy of Human Eye: 1 (OLD NCERT) | Basic Anatomy of Human Eye (OLD NCERT) |
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Most sensory receptors function by producing depolarising potentials. Which of the following function by hyperpolarization rather than depolarization ?

1. proprioceptors
2. nociceptors
3. olfactory receptors
4. rods and cones

Subtopic:  Origin of Resting Membrane Potential | Human Eye (OLD NCERT) |
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The depolarization of the axonal membrane is due to:

1. Influx of sodium ions

2. Efflux of sodium ions

3. Influx of potassium ions

4. Efflux of the potassium ions

Subtopic:  Action Potential |
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Immediately after an action potential has peaked, which cellular gates open?

1. Sodium
2. Chloride
3. Calcium
4. Potassium

Subtopic:  Action Potential |
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