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NEURON NEURONEUROTRANSMITTERS NERVOUS
NEURON NEUROTRANSMITTERS NERVOUS
SYSTEM BRAIN $100
$400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 Neuron - $100
Neuron Highly specialized cell
responsible for transfer of
information. Neuron - $200
Neuron Part of the neuron that
receives information from
other Neuron - $300
Neuron A t rest, the charge inside of the
neuron compared to the outside.
neuron Neuron - $400
Neuron The law that states once
threshold is reached, an action
potential will occur.
potential Neuron - $500
Neuron This increases the likelihood that
a postsynaptic neuron will fire
an action potential. Neurotransmitters - $100
Neurotransmitters They are located in axon
terminals and protect
breakdown by enzymes.
breakdown Neurotransmitters - $200
Neurotransmitters This is the major inhibitory
neurotransmitter and is
associated with anxiety.
associated Neurotransmitters - $300
Neurotransmitters This neurotransmitter is
reward. Neurotransmitters - $400
Neurotransmitters These are your natural
pain-relievers. Neurotransmitters - $500
Neurotransmitters Prozac and cocaine both work
through this mechanism, but
with different neurotransmitters.
with Nervous System - $100
Nervous Part of the nervous system
encased in bone and bathed by
cerebrospinal Nervous System - $200
Nervous Mediates the
fight-or-flight Nervous System - $300
information to the spinal cord
and motor information
from the spinal cord.
from Nervous System - $400
Nervous Slows down the heart rate and
increases Nervous System - $500
Nervous Consists of a sensory neuron,
an interneuron in the spinal
cord, and a motor neuron. Endocrine System - $100
Endocrine Chemical messengers secreted
into the bloodstream.
into Endocrine System - $200
Endocrine Speed of communication in the
endocrine system compared to
the nervous system.
the Endocrine System - $300
Endocrine Endocrine organ that regulates
blood sugar and insulin levels.
blood Endocrine System - $400
Endocrine This brain area is the main link
between the nervous system and
the endocrine system. Endocrine System - $500
Endocrine Referred to as the m
because it regulates the
synthesis and release of other
ones. Brain - $100
Brain Brain area that controls vital
functions such as
breathing and heart rate.
breathing - $2 L oss of dopamine neurons in
this brain area results in
Parkinson’s Brain - $300
Brain Damage to this brain area would
result in loss of motor control on
the right side of the body.
the Brain - $400
Brain Brain area shown to develop
new neurons into adulthood.
new Brain - $500
Brain Patients with this disorder have
written or oral speech. Neuron - $100
Neuron What is a neuron? Neuron - $200
Neuron What is a dendrite? Neuron - $300
Neuron What is negative? Neuron - $400
Neuron What is the all-or-none law? Neuron - $500
Neuron What is an excitatory message? Neurotransmitters - $100
Neurotransmitters What are synaptic vesicles? Neurotransmitters - $200
Neurotransmitters $200 What is GABA?
What Neurotransmitters - $300
Neurotransmitters What is dopamine? Neurotransmitters - $400
Neurotransmitters $400 What are endorphins? Neurotransmitters - $500
Neurotransmitters $500 What is inhibition of reuptake?
What Nervous System - $100
Nervous What is the central
nervous Nervous System - $200
$200 What is the sympathetic
nervous Nervous System - $300
$300 What is the somatic
nervous Nervous System - $400
$400 What is the parasympathetic
nervous Nervous System - $500
$500 What is a reflex arc? Endocrine System - $100
Endocrine What are hormones? Endocrine System - $200
$200 What is slow? Endocrine System - $300
$300 What is the pancreas? Endocrine System - $400
$400 What is the hypothalamus? Endocrine System - $500
$500 What is the pituitary gland? Brain - $100
Brain What is the medulla? Brain - $200
Brain What is the substantia nigra? Brain - $300
Brain What is the left primary
motor cortex? Brain - $400
Brain What is the hippocampus? Brain - $500
Brain What is Wernicke’s aphasia?
What THE SPLIT
BRAIN FINAL JEOPARDY
FINAL I mage a split-brain patient
verbally identifies if it is
flashed on the left side
of the screen.
of FINAL JEOPARDY What is nothing?
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