5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Explain the somatic(SNS)
- An action potential begins and travels due to the movement of what ions?
- Gaps in the myelin sheath are called?
- The production of graded potentials and action potentials depend on what two basic features?
- What are effectors?
- a nodes of Ranvier
- b muscles and glands
- c resting membrane potential
presence of ion channels
- d Na+(sodium) and K+(potassium)
- e convey info from somatic and special sense receptors
conduct impulses to skeletal muscle only
5 Multiple choice questions
- detect internal and external changes
- acetylcholine, amino acids, biogenic amines, ATP and other purines, and nitric oxide
- presynaptic neuron
5 True/False questions
The ability to respond to a stimulus and convert it into an action potential → away from CNS to effectors in the PNS
Explain the integrative function → response to input/integration by activating effectors
What is the function of neuroglia cells? → to support, nourish and protect neurons as well as maintain homeostasis of interstitial fluid
What does gray matter consist of? → cell bodies, dendrites, unmyelinated axons, axon terminals, and neuroglia
Explain the autonomic(ANS) → involuntary
two branches: sympathetic & parasympathetic