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MCQ: The nervous system which consists of all the nerves arisen from the central nervous system is called

  1. hilus nervous system
  2. peripheral nervous system
  3. myelin nervous system
  4. hyper nervous system


MCQ: The coordinators of the central nervous system are

  1. brain and spinal cord
  2. pituitary glands
  3. endocrine glands
  4. skin and blood vessels


MCQ: Considering the spinal and cranial nerves, the pathway which conducts impulses to the central nervous system from receptors is classified as

  1. temporal
  2. parietal
  3. sensory
  4. motor


MCQ: The quick involuntary response which is produced by the central nervous system is called

  1. autonomic response
  2. flight response
  3. reflex action
  4. reflex arc


MCQ: The system of motor pathways which is responsible for voluntary and conscious actions is classified as

  1. autonomic nervous system
  2. somatic nervous system
  3. reflexive nervous system
  4. ventral nervous system