CMQ10 - CMQ10 Question 1 Match the word roots to the...

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CMQ10 Question 1 Match the word roots to the definition or meaning. moving axle all around many two feeling tree together one a dancer rind or peel starlike few tunic Marks for this submission: 14/14. Question 2 The nervous system is composed of neural tissue as well as and . There are two types of neural cells, and .The neural tissue cells specialized to respond to chemical and physical changes in their surroundings are the Input to these cells is received by multiple small cellular processes and carried away from each cell by a long process called a/an or nerve fiber. Specialized cells which not only provide structural support for neurons, but also nourish them, produce myelin, communicate between cells, maintain the ionic environment and provide growth factors are . Marks for this submission: 12/12. Question 3 Common Neuron Match each structure to its correct name. Nucleus of Schwann cell Impulse Schwann cell Axonal hillock Dendrites Axon Cell body Synaptic knob of axon terminal Nucleolus Neurofibrils Nodes of Ranvier Nucleus Myelin Chromatophilic substance (nissl bodies) Portion of a collateral Marks for this submission: 8/8.
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Question 4 Neuroglial Cells Match the structures to the correct numbers. Oligodendrocyte Microglial cell Capillary Ependymal cell Axon Astrocyte Nodes of Ranvier Neuron Fluid filled cavity of the brain or spinal cord Myelin sheath (cut) Schwann cell Marks for this submission: 5/5. Question 5 Nerve impulses are .Nerves are . convey information across spaces called Marks for this submission: 4/4. Question 6 The neurotransmitter that stimulates the contraction of skeletal muscles is a. gamma-aminobutyric acid. c. dopamine. b. acetylcholine d. encephalins. Marks for this submission: 1/1. Question 7 The amount of neurotransmitter released at a synapse is controlled by a. calcium. c. magnesium. b. sodium d. potassium. Marks for this submission: 1/1. Question 8 Continuous stimulation of a neuron on the distal side of this junction is prevented by a. enzymes within the neural junction. c. exhaustion of the nerve fiber. b. the chemical instability of neurotransmitters. d. rapid depletion of ionized calcium. Marks for this submission: 1/1.
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Question 9 The Synapse Match the structure to the correct number. Depolarized membrane Axon Presynaptic neuron Synaptic cleft Axon membrane Mitochondrion Synaptic vesicles Neurotransmitter Cell body of neuron or postsynaptic neuron.
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2010 for the course BIOLOGY A&P1 taught by Professor Lankow during the Spring '10 term at Mayville.

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CMQ10 - CMQ10 Question 1 Match the word roots to the...

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