GR - The Central Nervous System II

GR - The Central Nervous System II - Guided Reading - The...

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Guided Reading - The Central Nervous System II 1. There are many synaptic connected between limbic system structures and the cerebral cortex. True False 2. What substance can act as a retrograde messenger to increase LPT by increasing the release of glutamate from presynaptic terminals? A. Mg 2+ B. Ca 2+ C. NO D. ACh 3. A cranial nerve with only sensory fibers is the A. hypoglossal nerve. B. vestibulocochlear nerve. C. vagus nerve. D. trigeminal nerve. 4. Neurogenesis in the hippocampus may be involved in learning and memory. Answer: True True False 5. Cell bodies of motor neurons are found within the dorsal root ganglia. True False 6. What structure separates the frontal and parietal lobes? A. corpus callosum B. central sulcus C. lateral sulcus D. longitudinal fissure 7. What type of memory is involved in learning all this material about memory? A. semantic B. implicit C. episodic D. procedural 8. The cerebral cortex is made up of both gray and white matter. True False
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