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5 Matching Questions

  1. amine
  2. goldman
  3. changes in ion permeability
  4. wernicke's area
  5. oval window
  1. a - allows inward Na flux and triggers an increased outward K flux through voltage gated ion channels
    - causes transient changes in membrane potential
    - triggered by transient depolarization of the membrane
  2. b - end in "-ine" or "-in"
    - made in axon terminus (synaptic vesicles)
    - DA, ACh, histanine
  3. c - in secondary cortex
    - when damaged patients cannot understand speech because the sounds or out of order
  4. d - calculate membrane potential
  5. e - connection of middle ear stapes bone with opening of cochlea
    - flexible membrane

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. - carry information out of the cns
    - out going
  2. - needed to trigger the ap
    - opens K channels
  3. - everything else
    - soma -> axon terminus -rough ER -> golgi apperatus -> axon terminus
  4. - time constant
    - time it takes for a constant applied voltage to build up to 63 % of final value
  5. - gaps along the myelinated axon where myelin is missing

5 True/False Questions

  1. scale tympani- connected to the oval window
    - where sound waves enter the cochlea
    - have perilymph fluid


  2. basal ganglia- nuclei surrounding thalamus with a common function
    - putamen, globus pallidus, caudate nucleus (aka striatum)
    - substantia nigra
    - subthalamic nuclei
    - a group of deep brain nuclei involved in plannng of voluntary movement including starting & stoping a movement and tone of antigravity muscle
    - lesions cause parkinson's disease


  3. g-protein coupled receptors1. binding of the neurotransmitter to the receptor protein
    2. activation of g protein
    3. activation of effector syndrome
    - can inhibit or activate downstream molecules to increase or decrease levels of second messengers


  4. microglia- inability to recognize objects, including your own body part
    - injury caused neglect syndrome
    - astereoagnosia


  5. length constant- calculate membrane potential


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