B105.Chapt2.Jeopardy

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Unformatted text preview: $100 $200 $300 $400 $100 $200 $300 $400 $100 $200 $300 $400 $100 $200 $300 $400 $100 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 NEURON NEURON NEURONEUROTRANSMITTERS NERVOUS SYSTEM SYSTEM ENDOCRINE SYSTEM SYSTEM BRAIN BRAIN NEURON NEURON NEUROTRANSMITTERS NERVOUS NERVOUS SYSTEM SYSTEM ENDOCRINE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM SYSTEM BRAIN $100 $200 $300 $400 $100 $200 $300 $400 $100 $200 $300 $400 $100 $200 $300 $400 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 Neuron - $100 Neuron Highly specialized cell Highly responsible for transfer of information. information. Neuron - $200 Neuron Part of the neuron that Part receives information from other neurons. other Neuron - $300 Neuron A t rest, the charge inside of the At neuron compared to the outside. neuron Neuron - $400 Neuron The law that states once The threshold is reached, an action potential will occur. potential Neuron - $500 Neuron This increases the likelihood that This a postsynaptic neuron will fire an action potential. Neurotransmitters - $100 Neurotransmitters They are located in axon They terminals and protect neurotransmitters from breakdown by enzymes. breakdown Neurotransmitters - $200 Neurotransmitters This is the major inhibitory This neurotransmitter and is associated with anxiety. associated Neurotransmitters - $300 Neurotransmitters This neurotransmitter is This associated with schizophrenia and drug reward. reward. Neurotransmitters - $400 Neurotransmitters These are your natural These pain-relievers. Neurotransmitters - $500 Neurotransmitters Prozac and cocaine both work Prozac through this mechanism, but with different neurotransmitters. with Nervous System - $100 Nervous Part of the nervous system Part encased in bone and bathed by cerebrospinal fluid. cerebrospinal Nervous System - $200 Nervous Mediates the Mediates fight-or-flight response. fight-or-flight Nervous System - $300 Nervous Com municates sensory Com information to the spinal cord and motor information from the spinal cord. from Nervous System - $400 Nervous Slows down the heart rate and Slows increases digestion. increases Nervous System - $500 Nervous Consists of a sensory neuron, Consists an interneuron in the spinal cord, and a motor neuron. Endocrine System - $100 Endocrine Chemical messengers secreted Chemical into the bloodstream. into Endocrine System - $200 Endocrine Speed of communication in the Speed endocrine system compared to the nervous system. the Endocrine System - $300 Endocrine Endocrine organ that regulates Endocrine blood sugar and insulin levels. blood Endocrine System - $400 Endocrine This brain area is the main link This between the nervous system and the endocrine system. Endocrine System - $500 Endocrine Referred to as the m aster gland Referred because it regulates the synthesis and release of other horm ones. Brain - $100 Brain Brain area that controls vital Brain functions such as breathing and heart rate. breathing - $2 L oss of dopamine neurons in Loss this brain area results in Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s Brain - $300 Brain Damage to this brain area would Damage result in loss of motor control on the right side of the body. the Brain - $400 Brain Brain area shown to develop Brain new neurons into adulthood. new Brain - $500 Brain Patients with this disorder have Patients difficulty comprehending 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 What nervous system? nervous Nervous System - $200 Nervous $200 What is the sympathetic What nervous system? nervous Nervous System - $300 Nervous $300 What is the somatic What nervous system? nervous Nervous System - $400 Nervous $400 What is the parasympathetic What nervous system? nervous Nervous System - $500 Nervous $500 What is a reflex arc? Endocrine System - $100 Endocrine What are hormones? Endocrine System - $200 Endocrine $200 What is slow? Endocrine System - $300 Endocrine $300 What is the pancreas? Endocrine System - $400 Endocrine $400 What is the hypothalamus? Endocrine System - $500 Endocrine $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 What motor cortex? Brain - $400 Brain What is the hippocampus? Brain - $500 Brain What is Wernicke’s aphasia? What THE SPLIT BRAIN BRAIN FINAL JEOPARDY FINAL I mage a split-brain patient Image verbally identifies if it is flashed on the left side of the screen. of FINAL JEOPARDY What is nothing? What “Jeopardy!” Powerpoint Template Designed and Created by Jeffrey White [email protected] Copyright © 2000 Version 1.0 - Last updated 9 June, 2000 The graphics and sounds used in this template are recorded from the “Jeopardy!” television show, were obtained from the “Jeopardy!” website, and are the property of Sony Pictures Entertainment. Visit http://www.geocities.com/jcteacher for updated versions! ...
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