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5 Matching questions

  1. Occipital Lobe
  2. What kind of lenses (glasses) do near-sighted people wear?
  3. Postganglionic neuron
  4. What does a Convex lens do for a far-sighted individual?
  5. Parts of a spinal reflex
  1. a Concave lenses
  2. b For a far-sighted person, the image is focused behind the retina. The convex lens helps to move the image forward.
  3. c receives information from the preganglionic neuron and continues the information to their axon to synapse with target organs
  4. 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
  5. 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

  1. Central Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System
  2. 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.
  3. excitatory, depolarizes plasma membrane
  4. Cholinergic neuron that uses Ach, Noradrenergic neuron that uses norepinephrine, ganglion, preganlionic neuron, and postganglionic neuron
  5. how various areas were discovered (passively viewing words, listening to words, speaking words, generating words)

5 True/False questions

  1. Angular gyrusA network of brain stem neurons that control sleep and wakefulness

          

  2. Central Nervous SystemA network of brain stem neurons that control sleep and wakefulness

          

  3. What are the language areas in the brain?Cell bodies of spinal neurons

          

  4. Muscarinic Receptorinhibitory, hyperpolarizes plasma membrane

          

  5. ScleraOuter covering, holds eye together, tough, connective tissue, the "white of the eye"