5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the all-or-none principle?
- The membrane potential is always ____
- A weak stimulus evokes a _____ potential
- What are Oligodendroglia?
- What is neurolemma known as?
- a negative in resting cell
- b small
small voltage change
- c Equivalent to Schwann Cell in the PNS
lay down the myelin sheath in the CNS
- d Schwann cells
- e adequate stimulus causes the entire fiber to fire
5 Multiple choice questions
- presynaptic vessicles with neurotransmitter
- The more precise a movement, the smaller the ratio.
i.e. tongue muscle 1:5
- greater than 2 micrometers in diameter
- anions (large quantities of (-) charged protein molecules that cannot leak out)
which is why the inside of the cell is negative relative to the outside
5 True/False questions
Together with the ___ ___, dendrites constitute the ______ segment of the neuron → internodes
The thicker the fiber, the longer the _____ → internodes
In bipolar neurons, what is the axon? → central process
When does myelination begin? → prenatal
What forms myelin in the CNS? → Oligodendroglia