Quiz - Chapter 3

Quiz - Chapter 3 - E) synapse. 3) What is the exterior...

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Chapter 3 In-Class Quiz 1) When neurons communicate A) they do so through a chemical neurotransmitter that travels down the axon. B) they do so in an electrical and chemical language. C) they do so when an electrical potential "hops" between two cells. D) they do so by touching one another, end to end. E) they do so with varying strengths of electrical signals. 2) The small space between the axon terminals of one neuron and the dendrites of another is called the A) antagonist. B) myelin sheath. C) node of Ranvier. D) neuropeptide.
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Unformatted text preview: E) synapse. 3) What is the exterior covering of the hemispheres called? A) occipital sheathing B) sensory-motor strip C) cortex D) Schwann's cellophane E) meninges 4) The division of abilities seen in the different hemispheres is referred to as ________ of function. A) dissection B) organization C) semi-circularity D) dual management E) lateralization 5) The left hemisphere of the frontal cortex is specialized for ________. A) taste B) spatial abilities C) coordination D) language E) memory 1) B 2) E 3) C 4) E 5) D...
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