Q1. Odor, sight and taste stimulate the salivatory nuclei in the cerebral cortex.
Q2. The enteric nervous system regulates the digestive activity however its action based on the central nervous system.
Q3. The enterogastric reflex serves to:
A. Relax the stomach in the preparation for swallowed food.
B. Stimulate acid and enzyme secretion whenever food enters the stomach.
C. Stimulate intestinal motility when there is food in stomach.
D. Inhibit gastric motility whenever there is chyme in the small intestine.
E. Relax the ileocecal valve whenever chyme is on its way to colon.
Q4. The small intestine starts with the duodenum that is its longest segment.
Q5. The small intestine is suspended from the abdominal wall through:
A. The falciform ligament.
B. The mesentery.
C. The greater omentum.
D. The lesser omentum.
E. The esophageal hiatus.