Week 2; CheckPoint;The Nervous System
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Week 2; CheckPoint;The Nervous System

Course: PSY 265, Winter 2010

School: University of Phoenix

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Axia College Material Appendix B Structures of the Nervous System This activity will increase your understanding of the different structures of the nervous system and brain. During the Web activity, you will view a variety of structures of the brain and nervous system and label each with the appropriate term. You will use this document to write a description for the terms you used in the activity. <Paste your...

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College Axia Material Appendix B Structures of the Nervous System This activity will increase your understanding of the different structures of the nervous system and brain. During the Web activity, you will view a variety of structures of the brain and nervous system and label each with the appropriate term. You will use this document to write a description for the terms you used in the activity. <Paste your Conclusion screen shot here> As you conduct the Structures of the Nervous System activity, follow along with this Word document and fill in the descriptions of those terms you used to label the structures. All of the terms in the activity are listed here, but you only need to provide descriptions for those you used. Term Central nervous system Cell body Peripheral nervous system Dendrites Somatic nervous system Axon Buttons Autonomic nervous system Synapses Dura mater meninx Mesencephalon Arachnoid meninx Cerebrospinal fluid Diencephalon Pia mater meninx Cerebral ventricles Telencephalon Metencephalon Description Division of nervous system located in skull and spine Metabolic center of the neuron Division located outside the and skull spine Short processes emanating from the cell body Part of the PNS that interacts with the external environment Long, narrow process that projects from the cell body Endings of axon branches which release chemicals into synapses Part of the PNS that regulates the bodys internal environment Gaps between adjacent neurons across which chemical signals are transmitted A membrane that envelops the brain and spinal cord Made up of two divisions; the tectum and the tegmentum One of three membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord Fills subarachnoid space, central canal of spinal cord, and cerebral ventricles of brain Made of two structures the thalamus and the hypothalamus The innermost membrane that covers the brain and spinal cord Four large internal chambers of the brain Largest division that mediates brains most complex functions Houses many ascending and descending tracts and part PSY 240 of the reticular formation Brain stem Basal ganglia Myelencephalon Group of sub cortical structures that play an important role in voluntary movement Composed of tracts carrying signals between the rest of the brain and body PSY 240

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University of Phoenix - PSY - 265
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