← A&P1 Ch.12 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What are the three classifications of neurons?
- What are some examples of chemical ligands?
- What are the three ways to remove a neurotransmitter?
- What are the three divisions of the PNS?
- The production of graded potentials and action potentials depend on what two basic features?
- a neurotransmitters, hormones, and particular ions
- b resting membrane potential
presence of ion channels
- c somatic nervous system(SNS)
autonomic nervous system(ANS)
enteric nervous system(ENS)
- d multipolar, bipolar, and unipolar
- e diffusion
uptake by cells
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- purkinje: cerebellum
pyramidal: cerebral cortex
- electrical excitability
- action potenital
- faster communication and synchronization
5 True/False Questions
Most neurons in the brain and spinal cord are of what type? → multipolar neurons
What do the ependymal cells line and produce? → cell bodies, dendrites, unmyelinated axons, axon terminals, and neuroglia
Where do sensory neurons convey their action potential? → afferent
At a synapse between neurons, the neuron receiving the message is? → presynaptic neuron
A bundle of axons in CNS → nerve