5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- resting potential
- Physiological Behavior
- a Relates to behavior to the activity of the brain and other organs.
- b is mainly the result of negatively charged proteins in the cell.
- c the dendrites, soma, axon, presynaptic terminals are the major part of what?
- d Helps synchronize the activity of the axon by wrapping around the presynaptic terminal and taking up chemicals released by the axon.
- e Structure that separates the inside of a cell from the outside environment.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Contains nucleus, mitochondria, rhibosomes, and other structures found in other cells.
- mechanism that keeps most chemicals out of the brain.
- Sending information away from the structure.
- the membrane, nucleus, mitochondria, ribosome, & endoplasmic reticulum are the major parts of what?
- Structure that performs metabolic activities, providing energy that the cell requires for all other activities.
5 True/False questions
Functional Behavior → Reconstructs the Evolutionary history of a structure or behavior.
Oligdendrocytes and Schwann cells → Builds the myelin sheath that surrounds the axon of some neurons.
Monism → Belief that the mind and body are different kinds of substance that exist independently.
Dendrites → Branching fibers with surface lined with synaptic receptors responsible for bringing information from other neurons.
Ontogenetic Behavior → Describes why a structure or behavior evolved as it did.