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5 Matching questions

  1. Gray Matter
  2. Cerebral Ventricles
  3. Tracts
  4. Cross Section
  5. Bipolar Neuron
  1. a Portions of the nervous system that are gray because they are composed largely of neural cell bodies and unmyelinated interneurons
  2. b Section cut at a right angle to any long, narrow structure of the CNS
  3. c A neuron with two processes extending from its cell body
  4. d The four CSF-filled internal chambers of the brain: the two lateral ventricles, the third ventricle, and the fourth ventricle
  5. e Bundles of axons in the central nervous system

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Farther from the central core of the body
  2. Toward the nose end of a vertebrate
  3. A neural stain that has an affinity for structures in neuron cell bodies
  4. The networks of capillaries that protrude into the ventricles from the pia mater and continuously produce cerebrospinal fluid
  5. The portion of the nervous system outside the skull and spine

5 True/False questions

  1. NervesThe DNA-containing structures of cells; also, clusters of neuronal cell bodies in the central nervous system

          

  2. ThalamusThe large two-lobed diencephalic structure that constitutes the anterior end of the brain stem; may of its nuclei are sensory relay nuclei that project to the cortex

          

  3. Pyramidal CellsThe 12 pairs of nerves extending from the brain (e.g., the optic nerves, the olfactor nerves, and the vagus nerves)

          

  4. Sensory Relay NucleiThe four CSF-filled internal chambers of the brain: the two lateral ventricles, the third ventricle, and the fourth ventricle

          

  5. Glial CellsSeveral classes of nonneural cells of the nervous system, whose important contributions to nervous system function are just starting to be understood

          

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