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5 Matching questions

  1. Steps For Chemical Synapse
  2. Interesting fact about the midbrain
  3. What kind of roots does each spinal nerve have?
  4. Cornea
  5. What are the language areas in the brain?
  1. a Anterior portion of the clear, transparent, admits light
  2. b Dorsal, Ventral
  3. c Least changes among different vertebrates; deals with visual and auditory relay
  4. d Broca's are and Wernicke's area
  5. e a. Signal arrives at the axon terminal
    b. Na+ channel opens Ca+2 channel opens
    c. Acetylocholine vesicles fuse with the presynaptic membrane
    d. Ach diffuse across the synaptic cleft, binds to the Ach receptors on the post synaptic membrane
    e. Signal is transmitted to the post synaptic cell

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Sympathetic: cholinergic
    Parasympathetic: cholinergic
  2. the sight of intelligence, learning, and judgement
  3. Carries the information to the cell body
  4. Higher order information processing, mostly association cortex. Reasoning, plannning, coordinating, controlling, and executing behavior. Contributes significantly to personality.
  5. ciliary muscles contract, lens becomes rounder

5 True/False questions

  1. Accomodationmiddle layer, has blood supply, and pigmented epithelium

          

  2. Reticular SystemIn parietal lobe, necessary for integrating written and spoken language

          

  3. Functions of the spinal cordConducts information between brain and organs,
    Integrates information coming from the peripheral nervous system,
    Responds by issuing motor commands

          

  4. Positron Emission Tomography (PET Scan)how various areas were discovered (passively viewing words, listening to words, speaking words, generating words)

          

  5. Thalamusfocuses the light

          

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