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5 Matching questions

  1. Nervous System: Two Main Cells
  2. Angular gyrus
  3. Functions of the spinal cord
  4. Pupil
  5. Cell Body Composition (N.N.)
  1. a In parietal lobe, necessary for integrating written and spoken language
  2. b a space where the light enters
  3. c Nucleus and Organelles
  4. d Neurons/ Nerve Cells and Glia/Glial Cells
  5. e Conducts information between brain and organs,
    Integrates information coming from the peripheral nervous system,
    Responds by issuing motor commands

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Contains cranial and spinal nerves
  2. focuses the light
  3. the bridge, the link between the cerebrum and the cerebellum
  4. a process where eyes make changes to maintain a clear image on an object as it moves
  5. a. Signal arrives at the axon terminal
    b. Na+ channel opens Ca+2 channel opens
    c. Acetylocholine vesicles fuse with the presynaptic membrane
    d. Ach diffuse across the synaptic cleft, binds to the Ach receptors on the post synaptic membrane
    e. Signal is transmitted to the post synaptic cell

5 True/False questions

  1. Axon Terminal Function (N.N.)Where it forms the synapses; how the neuron communicates with the target cell

          

  2. Involuntary or Autonomic Division (Efferent)Carries the information to the cell body

          

  3. Sympathetic and Parasympathetic division: Postganglionic neuronsSympathetic: noradrenic
    Parasympathetic: mostly cholinergic

          

  4. Efferent neuronsHigher order information processing, mostly association cortex. Reasoning, plannning, coordinating, controlling, and executing behavior. Contributes significantly to personality.

          

  5. Left and right hemispheres receive most sensory information from which side of the body?For a far-sighted person, the image is focused behind the retina. The convex lens helps to move the image forward.