5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Efferent Axon
- concentration gradient
- Evolutionary Behavior
- Presynaptic Terminals
- Physiological Behavior
- a Reconstructs the Evolutionary history of a structure or behavior.
- b The end points of an axon responsible for releasing chemicals to communicate with other neurons.
- c difference in distribution of ions across the membrane.
- d Relates to behavior to the activity of the brain and other organs.
- e Sending information away from the structure.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Describes why a structure or behavior evolved as it did.
- Interruptions in the myelin sheath
- Contains nucleus, mitochondria, rhibosomes, and other structures found in other cells.
- Some neurons are covered with an insulating material called myelin sheath.
- Describes how a behavior of a structure develops, including the influence of genes, nutritions, experiences and their interactions.
5 True/False questions
resting potential → is mainly the result of negatively charged proteins in the cell.
neurons → the dendrites, soma, axon, presynaptic terminals are the major part of what?
Dualism → Belief that the mind and body are different kinds of substance that exist independently.
Mitochondria → Removes waste material and other micro organisms that could prove harmful to the neuron.
cells → Other major components of the nervous system. And include astrocytes, micro glia, radial glia, oligdendrocytes and Schwann cells.