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5 Matching questions

  1. Hypothalamus
  2. Thalamus
  3. Sclera
  4. Steps For Chemical Synapse
  5. Postganglionic neuron
  1. a receives information from the preganglionic neuron and continues the information to their axon to synapse with target organs
  2. b final relay station for sensory information
  3. c 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
  4. d involves in regulating the physiological functions such as hunger, thirst, and pleasure, thermostat of our bodies
  5. e Outer covering, holds eye together, tough, connective tissue, the "white of the eye"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Brain
  2. Afferent neurons, Efferent neurons, Interneurons
  3. Condition where a person is aware of the stimulus but he or she cannot identify it
  4. sends the information to the ganglion by the axon
  5. Where it forms the synapses; how the neuron communicates with the target cell

5 True/False questions

  1. What body parts have a large representation for the primary somatosensory motor cortex?Fingers and the lips

          

  2. Accomodationto present a neutral stimulus along with a stimulus of some significance; establish association between the response and the neutral stimulus

          

  3. Sympathetic and Parasympathetic division: Postganglionic neuronsThe thoraic and lumbar region

          

  4. BrainMost complex, largest pair of ganglia

          

  5. Axon Function (N.N.)Carries the information away from the cell

          

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