Chapter 12 Functional Organization of Nervous Tissue Quiz

Chapter 12 Functional Organization of Nervous Tissue Quiz -...

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1. ________ pairs of cranial nerves originate from the brain, and ________ pairs of spinal nerves originate from the spinal cord. (p. 360) 2, 12 8, 24 12,31 15,36 16,38 2. The part of the efferent division of the nervous system that transmits impulses from the CNS to smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands is the: (p. 360) somatic motor nervous system somatic sensory division visceral sensory division autonomic nervous system 3. Collections of neuron cell bodies outside the CNS are called (p. 360) ganglia. nerves. nerve tracts. nuclei. glands. 4. The major site for processing information and integrating mental processes is the (p. 360) ANS (parasympathetic division) ANS (sympathetic division) CNS PNS somatic motor nervous system 5. In a neuron, the nucleus and chromatophilic substance are located in the (p. 362) axon. dendrites. neuron cell body. terminal boutons. collateral axon. 6. Axons end by branching to form small extensions with enlarged ends. The enlarged ends are called (p. 363) dendrites. neuron cell bodies.
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presynaptic terminals. postsynaptic membranes. axon hillocks. 7. Neurons that conduct action potentials toward the CNS are (p. 363) afferent neurons. association neurons. efferent neurons. 8. Motor neurons are also called (p. 363) afferent neurons. association neurons. efferent neurons. neuroglia. 9. Association and motor neurons are always (p. 363) bipolar. multipolar. unipolar. 10. A bipolar neuron has _____________ dendrite(s). (p. 363) many 2 1 0 (no) 11. Neuroglia cells that have cytoplasmic processes which surround blood vessels, neurons, and the pia mater are called (p. 364) astrocytes. ependymal cells. microglia. oligodendrocytes. Schwann cells.
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