5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is glioblastoma?
- What occurs immediately after action potential is triggered?
- What constitutes the transmissive segment of the neuron?
- What are neurotransmitters?
- What are bipolar neurons?
- a boutons
- b most frequent type of tumor in adults
- c have 2 processes extending from each pole of the body
- d refractory period
- e chemical messengers that transmit signals between neurons and between neurons and muscle
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- sensorimotor activities and higher mental functions (e.g., memory, thought, language, reasoning and calculation.)
- greater than 2 micrometers in diameter
- larger ratio
i.e. calf muscle 1:1900
5 True/False Questions
Which neuron is found in the brain? → Schwann cells
A weak stimulus evokes a _____ potential → stronger
large voltage change
What is the membrane potential in muscle fibers? → around m-90mV
What makes up half of the CNS volume? → Schwann cells
Why are astroglia believed to play a role in transport of substances between capillaries and neurons and in the blood brain barrier? → Because they have end-feet that contact capillaries