← bio quiz 3 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- pure insertion (pure deletion)
- muscarinic receptor
- Structural imaging
- a measures of the spatial configuration of different types of tissue in the brain (principally CT and MRI)
- b a postsynaptic receptor that responds to both ACh and muscarine
- c one of the monoamine (also known as Adrenaline)
- d the assumption that adding a different component to a task does not change the operation of other components
- e a major tranquilizer that acts as a GABA agonist
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a postsynaptic receptor that respondes to nicotine and ACh
- a chemical messenget that communicates with target cells more distant than the synapse by diffusing away from the point of release.
- changes in the BOLD signal over time.
- a stimulant drug that is the major active component found in tobacco
- a substance produced during during the synthesis of catecholamines that is also administered as a treatment for Parkinsno's Disease
5 True/False Questions
area postrema → a brainstem area, in which the blood brain barier barrier is more permeable, that triggers vomitting in response to the detection of circulation toxins
neuropeptide → a chemical messenger that communicates with target cells at great distance, often by travelling through the circulation.
neurotransmitter → a chemical messenget that communicates with target cells more distant than the synapse by diffusing away from the point of release.
psychoactive drug → a stimulant drug that is the major active component found in tobacco
botulism → a fatal condition produced by bacteria in spoiled food, in which a toxin produced by the bacteria prevents the release of ACh