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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?
24 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Nucleus of neuron cell body
Nissl bodies
Dendrites
Neurotransmitter Receptors
Nucleus of neuron cell body
Nissl bodies
66 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Astrocyte
Microglial cell
Ependymal cell
Oligodendrocyte
top blue
Astrocyte
top blue
Microglial cell
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
20 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Axon
Dendrites
Neurofibril
Neuronal Cell body
Axon
Dendrites
29 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Nucleus of neuron cell body
Nissl bodies
Neurofibrils
Dendrites
Nucleus of neuron cell body
Nissl bodies
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…
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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…
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?
17 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
neuroglia cell nuclei
soma
dendrites
axon
neuroglia cell nuclei
soma
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
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?
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
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?
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…
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Neurons
Ganglia
Axon
Axon Hillock
Neurons
Ganglia
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
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histology of nervous tissue
neurons
ganglia
axon
axon hillock
nerve cells; the basic functional units of nervous tissue
clusters of neuron cell bodies in the PNS
AKA nerve fibers when they are long; form the impulse generat…
slightly enlarged cell body structure where cell body meets a…
neurons
nerve cells; the basic functional units of nervous tissue
ganglia
clusters of neuron cell bodies in the PNS
49 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
neurons
neuroglia
nuclei
ganglia
electrically excitable cells-transmit actions potentials in r…
supporting cells- glial cells (6 types)... 10x as numerous as ne…
(DNA) gray matter-processing ... Cel body clusters in the CNS
Collections of nerve cell bodies
neurons
electrically excitable cells-transmit actions potentials in r…
neuroglia
supporting cells- glial cells (6 types)... 10x as numerous as ne…
27 terms
Histology of nervous tissue
Association neurons (interneurons)
Axon
Axon Hillock
axon terminals
Integrating center (step 3)
A threadlike extension of a neuron that carries nerve impulse…
Cone shaped region of an axon where it joins the cell body.
branches at the end of the axon
Association neurons (interneurons)
Integrating center (step 3)
Axon
A threadlike extension of a neuron that carries nerve impulse…
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Peripheral and central
Brain and spinal cord
PNS
Neurons and neuroglia
What are the two primary divisions that make up the nervous s…
What does the CNS consist of?
Includes all the nervous elements located outside the central…
Two principle cell types
Peripheral and central
What are the two primary divisions that make up the nervous s…
Brain and spinal cord
What does the CNS consist of?
61 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
excitability
conductivity
how do nerve cells transmit signals?
characteristics of nerve cells (neurons)
describes ability of a nerve cell to respond to environmental…
describes ability of a nerve cell to transmit signals to anot…
secreting chemical neurotransmitter
- highly specialized... - long lived... - cannot divide, so they ca…
excitability
describes ability of a nerve cell to respond to environmental…
conductivity
describes ability of a nerve cell to transmit signals to anot…
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…
65 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Microglia
Astrocytes
Oligodendrocytes
Ependymal cells
Act as phagocytes in CNS. Small macrophages that develop from…
most abundant glial cells in CNS, Cover brain surface and non…
myelinate the cytoplasmic extensions of the neurons of the CN…
resemble cuboidal epithelium lining internal cavities of brai…
Microglia
Act as phagocytes in CNS. Small macrophages that develop from…
Astrocytes
most abundant glial cells in CNS, Cover brain surface and non…
48 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Astrocyte
Microglial
Ependymal
Oligodendrocytes
Most abundant CNS neuroglia
Defensive cells in the CNS
Line cerebrospinal fluid-filled cavities
Processes that form myellin sheaths around CNS axons
Astrocyte
Most abundant CNS neuroglia
Microglial
Defensive cells in the CNS
48 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
neurons
neuroglia
nuclei
ganglia
nerve cells, basic functional units of nervous tissue
nerve glue or glial cells
clusters of neuron cell bodies CNS
clusters of neuron cell bodies PNS
neurons
nerve cells, basic functional units of nervous tissue
neuroglia
nerve glue or glial cells
24 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Astrocytes
Microglial Cells
Ependymal Cells
Oligodendrocytes
*Most abundant CNS Neuroglia/glial ... *Connected to capillaries…
-Smallest and least abundant CNS glial cell - Phagocytes; def…
*Have cilia that move cerebrospinal fluid; cube shaped cells…
*Wrap around axons in CNS... *Produce myelin sheaths - act as el…
Astrocytes
*Most abundant CNS Neuroglia/glial ... *Connected to capillaries…
Microglial Cells
-Smallest and least abundant CNS glial cell - Phagocytes; def…
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
46 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Excitability
Conductivity
Nerve Cells
Sensory (afferent) Neurons
the ability of nerve cells to respond to environment stimuli
describes ability of nerve cells to transmit signals by secre…
long lived, cannot divide, so cannot be replaced, and have a…
transmit signals about light, heat, pressure, and chemicals f…
Excitability
the ability of nerve cells to respond to environment stimuli
Conductivity
describes ability of nerve cells to transmit signals by secre…
21 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Cell body or Soma
Dendrites
Axon
Axoplasm
Cell body or Soma
Dendrites
10 terms
histology of nervous tissue
cell body (soma)
dendrites
nucleus
axon
cell body (soma)
dendrites
13 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Nervous System
Neuroglia
Neuroglia
Astrocytes
Central (brain and SC) ... Peripheral (nerves, sensory receptors…
glial cells - astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, microglial cells,…
most abundant CNS neuroglia
Nervous System
Central (brain and SC) ... Peripheral (nerves, sensory receptors…
Neuroglia
glial cells - astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, microglial cells,…
9 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Epineurium
Nerve Fascicle
Perineurium
Nerve Axons
A. Outermost layer
E. Bundle of nerve fibers
B. Surrounds each fascicle
G.
Epineurium
A. Outermost layer
Nerve Fascicle
E. Bundle of nerve fibers
43 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Neuron
Neuroglia
6 types of neuroglia cells
Neuroglia of the CNS
Nerve cells, the basic functional units of nervous tissue. Th…
Nerve glue, or glial cells. Serve the needs of the delicate n…
astrocytes, ependymal cells, microglia, oligodendrocytes, sch…
astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, microglial cells, ependymal cells
Neuron
Nerve cells, the basic functional units of nervous tissue. Th…
Neuroglia
Nerve glue, or glial cells. Serve the needs of the delicate n…
9 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
multipolar neuron
cell body (or soma)
nuclei of glial cells (or neuroglial c…
epineurium
multipolar neuron
cell body (or soma)
29 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Nucleus of neuron cell body
Nissl bodies
Neurofibrils
Dendrites
Nucleus of neuron cell body
Nissl bodies
histology of nervous tissue
nervous system
neuroglia cells/ glial cells
neuron
cell body
intergrates cordination, processes sensory information both r…
-central nervous system:astrocytes, aligodendrocytes, microgl…
-nerve cells ... -basic functional units of nervous tissue ... -spe…
biosynthetic center and receptive region.... -gray matter of CNS
nervous system
intergrates cordination, processes sensory information both r…
neuroglia cells/ glial cells
-central nervous system:astrocytes, aligodendrocytes, microgl…
131 terms
Histology of nervous tissue
Neurons
Sensing, thinking, remembering, contro…
Neuron
Neuroglia
Provide most of the unique functions of the nervous system
Unique functions of the nervous system
Neurons
Provide most of the unique functions of the nervous system
Sensing, thinking, remembering, contro…
Unique functions of the nervous system
24 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Astrocytes
Microglial Cells
Ependymal Cells
Oligodendrocytes
*Most abundant CNS Neuroglia/glial ... *Connected to capillaries…
-Smallest and least abundant CNS glial cell - Phagocytes; def…
*Have cilia that move cerebrospinal fluid; cube shaped cells…
*Wrap around axons in CNS... *Produce myelin sheaths - act as el…
Astrocytes
*Most abundant CNS Neuroglia/glial ... *Connected to capillaries…
Microglial Cells
-Smallest and least abundant CNS glial cell - Phagocytes; def…
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
33 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
neuroglia
neurons
astrocytes
microglial
small cells that surround and wrap the more delicate neurons
nerve cells that are excitable and transmit electrical signals
Most abundant, versatile, and highly branched glial cells... Cli…
Small, ovoid cells with thorny processes... Migrate toward injur…
neuroglia
small cells that surround and wrap the more delicate neurons
neurons
nerve cells that are excitable and transmit electrical signals
45 terms
Histology of the Nervous Tissue
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
Nerve
Ganglion
Brain and spinal cord, which are enclosed and protected by th…
Nerves and ganglia.
A bundle of nerve fibers (axons) wrapped in fibrous connectiv…
A knot like swelling in a nerve where the cell bodies of neur…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Brain and spinal cord, which are enclosed and protected by th…
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
Nerves and ganglia.
29 terms
Histology of nervous tissue
Neuroglia (glial cells)
Astrocytes
Microglial
Ependymal cells
CNS... - include astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, microglial cells,…
most abundant CNS neuroglia... - support and brace neurons ... - an…
defensive cells in the CNS... - phagocytes monitor health of neu…
line cerebrospinal fluid-filled cavities ... - may be ciliated
Neuroglia (glial cells)
CNS... - include astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, microglial cells,…
Astrocytes
most abundant CNS neuroglia... - support and brace neurons ... - an…
46 terms
Histology of Nervous tissue
Neurons/Nerve cells
Satellite cells and Schwann cells
Dendrites
myelin sheath
are the functional units of nervous tissue
Neuroglia of the peripheral nervous system include
These branching neuron processes serve as receptive regions a…
most axons are covered with a fatty material called _______ w…
Neurons/Nerve cells
are the functional units of nervous tissue
Satellite cells and Schwann cells
Neuroglia of the peripheral nervous system include
26 terms
Histology of Nervous Tissue
Excitability
Conductivity
Chemical Neurotransmitter
Nerve Cells
ability of a nerve cell to respond to environmental stimuli
ability of a nerve cell to transmit signals to another nerve…
Nerve Cells transmit signals by secreting_____?
highly specialized components of the nervous system... 1. long l…
Excitability
ability of a nerve cell to respond to environmental stimuli
Conductivity
ability of a nerve cell to transmit signals to another nerve…
14 terms
histology of nervous tissue
astrocyte
neuron
capillary
microglial cell
astrocyte
neuron
12 terms
histology of nervous tissue
spinal cord smear
nerve longitudinal section
cerebellum Purkinje cells
cerebrum Pyramidal cells
spinal cord smear
nerve longitudinal section
19 terms
Histology of Nervous tissue
cell body
dendrite
axon
schwann cells
Surround the axon and produce myelin
cell body
dendrite
11 terms
HISTOLOGY OF NERVOUS TISSUE
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS)
PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (PNS)
GANGLIA
NEURONS
BRAIN & SPINAL CORD
NERVES... SENSORY RECEPTORS... GANGLIA... AXON COLLATERALS
CLUSTERS OF NEURON CELL BODIES FOUND INSIDE PNS
BASIC FUNCTIONAL UNITS OF NERVOUS TISSUE
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS)
BRAIN & SPINAL CORD
PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (PNS)
NERVES... SENSORY RECEPTORS... GANGLIA... AXON COLLATERALS
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