5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Occipital Lobe
- What kind of lenses (glasses) do near-sighted people wear?
- Postganglionic neuron
- What does a Convex lens do for a far-sighted individual?
- Parts of a spinal reflex
- a Concave lenses
- b For a far-sighted person, the image is focused behind the retina. The convex lens helps to move the image forward.
- c receives information from the preganglionic neuron and continues the information to their axon to synapse with target organs
- d Receives and processes visual information, If damaged the individual will still be able to see images but cannot see motion or would have trouble translating the visual experience into language
- e 1. Stretch receptor goes to the sensory neuron to the motor neuron to the muscle 2. Sensory muscle goes to the interneuron to the motor neuron to a muscle cell
5 Multiple choice questions
- Central Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System
- For sympathetic, most of the ganglia are lined up in the ganglion chain
For parasympathetic, most of the ganglia are close to the target organs.
- excitatory, depolarizes plasma membrane
- Cholinergic neuron that uses Ach, Noradrenergic neuron that uses norepinephrine, ganglion, preganlionic neuron, and postganglionic neuron
- how various areas were discovered (passively viewing words, listening to words, speaking words, generating words)
5 True/False questions
Angular gyrus → A network of brain stem neurons that control sleep and wakefulness
Central Nervous System → A network of brain stem neurons that control sleep and wakefulness
What are the language areas in the brain? → Cell bodies of spinal neurons
Muscarinic Receptor → inhibitory, hyperpolarizes plasma membrane
Sclera → Outer covering, holds eye together, tough, connective tissue, the "white of the eye"