5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Conduction that occurs in myelinated axons
- An action potential begins and travels due to the movement of what ions?
- What happens when the action potential repolarizes?
- Gaps in the myelin sheath are called?
- What is known as the body's natural pain killers?
- a Na+ gates close
K+ flows out of the cell
- b nodes of Ranvier
- c opioid peptides
- d Na+(sodium) and K+(potassium)
- e saltatory conduction
5 Multiple choice questions
- Na+ rushes into the cell
- cell body, dendrites, and an axon
- neurons and neuroglia
5 True/False questions
What are oligodendrocytes responsible in forming? → somatic nervous system(SNS)
autonomic nervous system(ANS)
enteric nervous system(ENS)
How do astrocytes help maintain an appropriate chemical environment for the generation of nerve impulses? → faster communication and synchronization
A stimulus that is just strong enough to depolarize the membrane → nucleus
What are the four types of ion channels? → leakage, ligand-gated, mechanically-gated, and voltage-gated
What are the three functions of the nervous system? → sensory, integrative, and motor