Designed to help students master the topics and concepts covered in the textbook, the Study Guide includes a variety of review questions, including labeling, concept mapping, and crossword puzzles that promote an understanding of body systems. It is keyed to each chapter's learning objectives and parallels the three-level learning system in the textbook.Part I: Objective-Based Questions (acQQSlQSfl Distinguish between the general senses and the special senses. 1. The term general senses refers to sensations of a. smell, taste, balance, hearing, and vision. b. pain, smell, pressure, balance, and vision. c. ... The free nerve endings that function as pain receptors are called a. nociceptors. b. mechanoreceptors. c. baroreceptors. d. proprioceptors. 4. Sensoryanbsp;...
|Title||:||Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology|
|Author||:||Frederic H Martini, PH.D., Charles M. Seiger, Edwin F. Bartholomew|
|Publisher||:||Benjamin Cummings - 2006-01-20|