5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- An action potential begins and travels due to the movement of what ions?
- Electrical synapses are common in?
- What are some examples of chemical ligands?
- What are the four types of neuroglia of the CNS?
- Where do sensory neurons convey their action potential?
- a astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, microglia, and ependymal cells
- b Na+(sodium) and K+(potassium)
- c the action potential is carried into the CNS
- d visceral smooth muscle and cardiac muscle
- e neurotransmitters, hormones, and particular ions
5 Multiple choice questions
- ionotropic receptor
- bidirectional away from and toward the cell body
- "brain of the gut"
- Schwann cells and satellite cells
- excitatory: brings membrane closer to threshold
5 True/False questions
At a synapse between neurons, the neuron sending the signal is? → afferent
Sensory neurons are also known as? → afferent
Opens in response to a change in membrane potential → the action potential is carried into the CNS
What are oligodendrocytes responsible in forming? → forming and maintaining the myelin sheath
A group of fascicles is surrounded by? → endoneurium