Bio416K Study Guide Exam 3 Spring 08-1

Bio416K Study Guide Exam 3 Spring 08-1 - Lecture Exam 3...

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Lecture Exam 3 Study Guide Bio416K Physiology and Functional Anatomy Spring 08 Organization of the Nervous System (Chapter 8) Describe the basic organization of the nervous system and relate its parts (divisions) to the seven common components of a reflex control pathway (see figure 8-1, p. 245). Draw a diagram of a typical neuron with dendrites, axon, axon hillock, soma (cell body) and axon terminal(s). Know the functional and structural categories of neurons. For the three functional categories, know where dendrites, cell bodies and axon terminals would be located (i.e., in the PNS and/or CNS). Draw two neurons communicating via a chemical sysnapse. Label the presynaptic neuron, the synaptic cleft and the postsynaptic neuron. Describe the events that occur when an action potential is passed from one neuron to another via the chemical synapse. Name and describe the function(s) of the six neuroglial (glial) cell types. What are the functions of the myelin sheath and neurilemma?
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course BIO 416K taught by Professor Findell during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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