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16 terms
Histology (Nervous)
Motor Neurons
Spinal Cord (white matter)
Spinal Cord
Nerve Fibers (tease)
Motor Neurons
Spinal Cord (white matter)
88 terms
nervous - histology
multipolar neuron
axon of multipolar neuron
dendrites of multipolar neuron
soma of multipolar neuron
multipolar neuron
axon of multipolar neuron
42 terms
nervous histology
neuron (motor nerve cells)
soma (body)
axon
dendrites
ox spinal chord
neuron (motor nerve cells)
ox spinal chord
soma (body)
12 terms
Histology: Nervous Tissue Images
gray matter and white matter
gray matter
nucleolus
motor neurons
Identify the grey vs. white matter
what region of the spinal cord are the cell bodies in?
what is the tiny dot in the center of the cell?
Identify these dark stained structures in the spinal cord
gray matter and white matter
Identify the grey vs. white matter
gray matter
what region of the spinal cord are the cell bodies in?
55 terms
nervous histology
multipolar neurons
bipolar neurons
unipolar/pseudounipolar neurons
nissl bodies
one axon, 2+ dendrites ... all motor and CNS interneurons
one dendrite, one axon. sensory
no dendrites on cell body, just single process that bifurcate…
basophilic ... aggregations of of rER and ribosomes ... high synthe…
multipolar neurons
one axon, 2+ dendrites ... all motor and CNS interneurons
bipolar neurons
one dendrite, one axon. sensory
24 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Nucleus of neuron cell body
Nissl bodies
Dendrites
Neurotransmitter Receptors
Nucleus of neuron cell body
Nissl bodies
105 terms
Histology nervous
Nervous Tissue
Neurons:
Information passed between neurons at
Electrical impulses =
...
Specialized for conduction of action potentials
synapses
information
Nervous Tissue
...
Neurons:
Specialized for conduction of action potentials
41 terms
HISTOLOGY - NERVOUS
oligodentrocyte is in ... (CNS/PNS)
Microglia is in ... (CNS/PNS)
schwann is in ... (CNS/PNS)
astrocyte is in ... (CNS/PNS)
cns
cns
pns
cns
oligodentrocyte is in ... (CNS/PNS)
cns
Microglia is in ... (CNS/PNS)
cns
43 terms
Nervous System Histology
Motor neuron cell body
Multipolar motor neuron
Motor neuron nuclei
Nissl bodies
Motor neuron cell body
Multipolar motor neuron
24 terms
histology- nervous
motor neuron components
motor neuron structure
motor neuron function
motor neuron location
axons, dendrites, cell bodies, neuroglia
cell body connects to axons to send impulses to dendrites
send signals
nervous system, brain
motor neuron components
axons, dendrites, cell bodies, neuroglia
motor neuron structure
cell body connects to axons to send impulses to dendrites
8 terms
Histology-Nervous
What are nervous tissue cells called?
What are the 3 functions of nervous ti…
Where is nervous tissue located?
Axons
Neurons
Receive stimuli, transmit impulses, and react to impulses
Brain, spinal cord, and nerves.
Carry impulses away from cell body
What are nervous tissue cells called?
Neurons
What are the 3 functions of nervous ti…
Receive stimuli, transmit impulses, and react to impulses
20 terms
Nervous System Histology
cell body
axons
dendrites
nucleus
cell body
axons
23 terms
histology (connective and nervous)
Nervous
Hyaline cartilage
Fibrocartilage
Elasic cartilage
Location: Brain... Function: Neurons transmit electrical signals…
Location: Forms most of the embryonic skeleton... Function: Supp…
Location: Intervertebral discs... Function: Tensile strength wit…
Location: Supports the external ear... Function: Maintains the s…
Nervous
Location: Brain... Function: Neurons transmit electrical signals…
Hyaline cartilage
Location: Forms most of the embryonic skeleton... Function: Supp…
48 terms
Histology Lab: Nervous
CNS Neuron
CNS neuron
Myelin
Nodes of ranvier
white surrounding cells
CNS Neuron
CNS neuron
10 terms
Nervous Tissue Histology
multipolar neuron
glial cell
cross section of nerves
epineurium
What type of cell is this?
What type of cell is this?
What view and type of cell is this?
What is surrounding the outline?
multipolar neuron
What type of cell is this?
glial cell
What type of cell is this?
66 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Astrocyte
Microglial cell
Ependymal cell
Oligodendrocyte
top blue
Astrocyte
top blue
Microglial cell
97 terms
Histology - Nervous Tissue & Nervous System - Test 3
Brain and Spinal Cord
Analysis and integration of information
Cranial and peripheral nerves and gang…
small aggregates of nerve cells outsid…
The CNS includes what 2 organs
What is the function of the CNS
The PNS includes what 3 "organs"
Ganglia are defined as what and located where?
Brain and Spinal Cord
The CNS includes what 2 organs
Analysis and integration of information
What is the function of the CNS
110 terms
Histology of Nervous System
Anatomically and functionally
Central nervous system (Brain and spin…
Somatic: Voluntary and Autonomic: Invo…
Tp deliver rapid and precise communica…
How can the nervous system be divided?
What are the anatomical divisions of the nervous system?
What are the functional divisions of the nervous system?
What are neurones used for?
Anatomically and functionally
How can the nervous system be divided?
Central nervous system (Brain and spin…
What are the anatomical divisions of the nervous system?
12 terms
Histology of nervous tissue
Giant multi-polar neurons
Neuron cell body
Neuroglia cells
Nerve fibers
Little pink dots in the surroundings
Giant multi-polar neurons
Neuron cell body
173 terms
Histology: Ch. 9 - Nervous System
______: analysis and integration [CNS/…
PNS: conduction of impulses to and fro…
_______: small aggregates of nerve cel…
Cranial nerves (CNI - CNXII) are part…
CNS
CNS
ganglia
PNS
______: analysis and integration [CNS/…
CNS
PNS: conduction of impulses to and fro…
CNS
13 terms
Histology Revision Nervous TIssue
Neurone
Astrocyte, maintain the blood-brain ba…
Oligodendrocyte- produces myelin in CNS
Microglia, immune monitoring and antig…
What is the functional cell type of the nervous system?
What is this cell and what does this do?
What is this cell and what does it do?
What is this cell and what does it do?
Neurone
What is the functional cell type of the nervous system?
Astrocyte, maintain the blood-brain ba…
What is this cell and what does this do?
20 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Axon
Dendrites
Neurofibril
Neuronal Cell body
Axon
Dendrites
48 terms
Histology: Nervous I
Neuronal Tissue Body
Nucleus of Neurons
Nissl Substance
Inclusions
Soma (cell body)
Centrally located, stains light; nucleolus stains dark (can b…
RER cisternae (disks) and free ribosomes. Stains basophilic.
Can contain glycogen, lipid, melanin, iron. Lipofuscin (Ter…
Neuronal Tissue Body
Soma (cell body)
Nucleus of Neurons
Centrally located, stains light; nucleolus stains dark (can b…
40 terms
Histology: Nervous Tissue Images
dorsal root on top, larger
difference between dark spots and whit…
"yesssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss…
dot and what surrounds the dot
Identify dorsal and ventral roots
Identify the border between the gray matter and the white mat…
Identify the border between the gray matter and the white mat…
Identify the neuron cell body and the Nissl substance.
dorsal root on top, larger
Identify dorsal and ventral roots
difference between dark spots and whit…
Identify the border between the gray matter and the white mat…
17 terms
Nervous System Histology
soma
axon
dendrites
bipolar, pseudounipolar, multipolar
cell body, contains euchromatic large nucleus often larger if…
electrically excitable membrane with cytoskeleton capable of…
tends to taper (variable diameters). Receives signals with si…
soma
cell body, contains euchromatic large nucleus often larger if…
axon
electrically excitable membrane with cytoskeleton capable of…
45 terms
Nervous System Histology
bipolar
unipolar
multipolar
brain
interneurons are ____________
sensory neurons are ___________
motor neurons are _____________
pyramidal neurons are found in the _____________
bipolar
interneurons are ____________
unipolar
sensory neurons are ___________
40 terms
Histology: Nervous Tissue Images
dorsal root on top, larger
difference between dark spots and whit…
"yesssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss…
dot and what surrounds the dot
Identify dorsal and ventral roots
Identify the border between the gray matter and the white mat…
Identify the border between the gray matter and the white mat…
Identify the neuron cell body and the Nissl substance.
dorsal root on top, larger
Identify dorsal and ventral roots
difference between dark spots and whit…
Identify the border between the gray matter and the white mat…
33 terms
Nervous Tissue Histology
multipolar neuron
neuroglia
dendrite
cell body
1 ( whole cell)
2
3
4
multipolar neuron
1 ( whole cell)
neuroglia
2
54 terms
Nervous System: Histology (13)
Central Nervous System consists of ___…
Peripheral Nervous System consists of
neurons
neuroglia
brain and spinal cord
spinal/cranial nerves and ganglia
conducting elements
accessory elements (supporting cells)
Central Nervous System consists of ___…
brain and spinal cord
Peripheral Nervous System consists of
spinal/cranial nerves and ganglia
71 terms
Histology: Nervous Tissue Lab
Motor Neurons
Glial Cells
Gyri
Cerebral Cortex
What type of neurons are present?
What are the arrows indicating?
What are the folds in the inset called?
What is this a section of?
Motor Neurons
What type of neurons are present?
Glial Cells
What are the arrows indicating?
228 terms
Histology- Nervous-Muscle
Nervous tissue is derived from the lay…
2 Major systems of the nervous tissue
Peripheral nervous system consists of…
Structural and functional unit of the…
Neuroectoderm
CNS and PNS
Nerves that emerge from the brain stem and spinal cord.
Neuron
Nervous tissue is derived from the lay…
Neuroectoderm
2 Major systems of the nervous tissue
CNS and PNS
29 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Nucleus of neuron cell body
Nissl bodies
Neurofibrils
Dendrites
Nucleus of neuron cell body
Nissl bodies
48 terms
Histology Nervous System
Ability to produce action potential in…
Ability to propagate action potential…
Neurons are made of:
Cells of support to the nerve cells an…
Excitability
Conductivity
Cell body... Axons - conducts action potentials AWAY from the ce…
Neuroglial cells
Ability to produce action potential in…
Excitability
Ability to propagate action potential…
Conductivity
19 terms
Histology of the Nervous System
Cerebrum
Apical Dendrites
Small Basal Dendrites
Pyramidal Cells
What is the whole thing?
What is the part highlighted in yellow?
What is the part highlighted in green?
Cell Type?
Cerebrum
What is the whole thing?
Apical Dendrites
What is the part highlighted in yellow?
59 terms
Nervous Tissue Histology Slides
Nervous Tissue
Dendrite
Cell body
Axon
Purple (type of tissue)
Dark Blue
Red
Green
Nervous Tissue
Purple (type of tissue)
Dendrite
Dark Blue
74 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Functions of Nervous Tissue:
Structural Organization of the Nervous…
Functional Organization of the Nervous…
What comprises the CNS?
Integrates sensory (afferent) input with motor (efferent) inp…
-Brain... -Spinal Cord
Functions of Nervous Tissue:
Integrates sensory (afferent) input with motor (efferent) inp…
Structural Organization of the Nervous…
28 terms
Histology: Nervous Tissue
Brain and Spinal Cord
when it crosses the pia matter
Neurons (Circled) ... Glial cells (thin a…
A) Axon... B) Dendrites... Neuron Cell body…
components of the Central Nervous System
When is a cell in the nervous system no longer part of the ce…
what is the cell that is circled and what are the long struct…
What are the structures indicated
Brain and Spinal Cord
components of the Central Nervous System
when it crosses the pia matter
When is a cell in the nervous system no longer part of the ce…
11 terms
Histology - Muscle and Nervous Tissues
muscle tissue
skeletal muscle
smooth muscle
cardiac muscle
tissue that is specialized for contraction
multinucleate, striated, voluntary
single nucleus, no striations, involuntary
striated, contains intercalated disks, involuntary
muscle tissue
tissue that is specialized for contraction
skeletal muscle
multinucleate, striated, voluntary
29 terms
Nervous Tissue Histology
Epineurium
Nerve fascicle
Perineurium
Axons
Number 4
Number 6
Number 3
Number 1
Epineurium
Number 4
Nerve fascicle
Number 6
34 terms
6. Nervous Histology
Multipolar Neurons
Pyramidal Neurons
Bipolar Neurons
Unipolar neurons (pseudounipolar)
Most common type of neuron... Present throughout the nervous sys…
Type of multipolar neuron... Large triangular-shaped soma... Single…
-Single dendrite... -Single axon... -Few locations in the CNS: asso…
1 process emerges from the soma; bifurcates into a peripheral…
Multipolar Neurons
Most common type of neuron... Present throughout the nervous sys…
Pyramidal Neurons
Type of multipolar neuron... Large triangular-shaped soma... Single…
17 terms
s437 Nervous System Histology
Two types of nervous system cells
Neuron
CNS Glial cells
PNS Glial Cells
Neuron and neuroglial cell
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, microglial cells, ependymal cells
Schwann cells, satellite cells
Two types of nervous system cells
Neuron and neuroglial cell
Neuron
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
64 terms
Nervous system histology
Axon of multipolar neuron
Dendrites of multipolar neuron
Multipolar neuron
Soma of multipolar neuron
Axon of multipolar neuron
Dendrites of multipolar neuron
21 terms
Histology of the Nervous Tissue
Parts of a neuron
Nissl bodies
Function of Nissl bodies
Dendrites
(1) a cell body... (2) dendrites... (3) an axon
neuronal cell body containing free ribosomes and clusters of…
used to replace cellular components, as material growth of ne…
the receiving or input portions of a neuron
Parts of a neuron
(1) a cell body... (2) dendrites... (3) an axon
Nissl bodies
neuronal cell body containing free ribosomes and clusters of…
35 terms
Nervous system histology
motor neuron morphology
sensory neuron morphology
cell body of sensory neuron
interneurons
multipolar
pseudounipolar
in DRG
short, multipolar neurons, involved in reflexes
motor neuron morphology
multipolar
sensory neuron morphology
pseudounipolar
94 terms
Histology & Embryology- Nervous Tissue
What 2 cell types is the NS made up of?
How do neurons respond to stimuli?
What is a nerve impulse/action potenti…
What are the 2 neuron components?
Neuron & neuroglia (supporting cells, outnumber neurons)
rapidly altering cell membrane's ionic gradient
propagation of the excitable change along the cell membrane
cell body & processes
What 2 cell types is the NS made up of?
Neuron & neuroglia (supporting cells, outnumber neurons)
How do neurons respond to stimuli?
rapidly altering cell membrane's ionic gradient
84 terms
Histology-Nervous Tissue
What is important about nervous tissue?
Nervous Tissue Communication
Unique Properties of Nervous Tissue
What comprises the CNS?
specialized for direct, specific communication & integration…
Direct, very fast and highly specific
Communication... Specialized to receive (irritability)... integrate…
brain and spinal chord
What is important about nervous tissue?
specialized for direct, specific communication & integration…
Nervous Tissue Communication
Direct, very fast and highly specific
17 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
neuroglia cell nuclei
soma
dendrites
axon
neuroglia cell nuclei
soma
20 terms
Histology nervous system lab final
Figure 9-8 Neurons, neuropil, and the…
Figure 9-10 Astrocytes.... (a) Astrocytes…
Figure 9-10 Astrocytes.... (a) Astrocytes…
Figure 9-10 Astrocytes.... (a) Astrocytes…
Figure 9-8 Neurons, neuropil, and the…
Figure 9-10 Astrocytes.... (a) Astrocytes…
67 terms
Histology of the Nervous System
Cerebellum
Purkinje Cells
Arbor Vitae (white Matter)
Folium (folia)
What is this?
1. Cells?
2.
3.
Cerebellum
What is this?
Purkinje Cells
1. Cells?
28 terms
Histology Exam III - Nervous Tissue
Structural and Functional Divisions of…
Meninges
Blood-brain Barrier
Choroid Plexus
Sensory: Into Brain... Motor: Sends out of brain
Dura Mater: Outermost layer of the meninges... Pia Mater: I…
restricts movement between blood and nervous system... consists…
where cerebro spinal fluid created... -located in brain ventricl…
Structural and Functional Divisions of…
Sensory: Into Brain... Motor: Sends out of brain
Meninges
Dura Mater: Outermost layer of the meninges... Pia Mater: I…
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