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5 Matching questions

  1. Electron Microscopy
  2. Multipolar Neuron
  3. Ipsilateral
  4. Hippocampus
  5. Inferior
  1. a A neuroanatomical technique used to study the fine details of cellular structure
  2. b A neuron with more than two processes extending from its cell body
  3. c A structure of the medial temporal lobes that plays a role in memory for spatial location
  4. d On the same side of the body
  5. e Toward the bottom of the primate head or brain

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Glial cells that respond to injury or disease by engulfing cellular debris and triggering inflammatory responses
  2. Those nuclei of the thalamus whose main function is the relay sensory signals to the appropriate areas of cortex
  3. The part of the peripheral nervous system that participates in the regulation of the body's internal environment
  4. Nerves that carry sensory signals to the central nervous system; sensory nerves
  5. A neural stain that completely darkens a few of the neurons in each slice of tissue, thereby revealing their silhouettes

5 True/False questions

  1. MeningesThe three protective membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord

          

  2. ProximalToward the chest surface of a vertebrate or toward the bottom of the head

          

  3. GangliaToward the nose end of a vertebrate

          

  4. Sympathetic NervesThose motor nerves of the autonomic nervous system that projects from the CNS in the lumbar and thoracic areas of the spinal cord

          

  5. Nissl StainA neural stain that completely darkens a few of the neurons in each slice of tissue, thereby revealing their silhouettes

          

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