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Unformatted text preview: Nervous System b a d c h g f e j i 1. Where are sensory neurons located? 2. What are the three types of neurons? 3. Where are interneuron located? 4. Where are motor neurons located? Fill this in 5. what is a Nissl body? 6. What is lipofusion? 7. Where are most cell bodies located? Why? 8. Whats a soma? 9. Impulses travel faster or slower in an axon with greater width? 10. What do terminal buttons do on an axon end? 11. Proteins for neuron made where? 12. Name of cell processes (axons) and cell bodies in PNS? 13. Name of cell processes (axons) and cell bodies in PNS? 14. Some toxins use retrograde/anterograde processes to invade body? Examples? 15. Name and give functions of proximal and distal branches of unipolar neurons. 16. Classification of motor, sensory and internuerons? 17. Location of motor, sensory and internuerons? 18. How is there voltage across membranes? 1._____smallest of glia cells 2._____Anchor neurons to blood supply via perivascular feet with capillaries to form part of the blood-2....
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course NURSING 000 taught by Professor Clark during the Spring '11 term at Alabama.
- Spring '11