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28. White matter of the central nervous systemA.is formed by nerve cellbodies and their dendrites.B.is formed by bundles of parallel axons withtheir myelin sheaths.C.forms the cortex of the brain.D.forms nuclei deepwithin the brain.E.have all of these properties.Bloom's Level: 02. UnderstandHAPS Learning Outcome: H03.2d Withrespect to the three structural types of neurons: Describe the location ofthe cell bodies of each type of neuron within the nervous system.HAPSLearning Outcome: H03.5 Define the term nerve.HAPS Learning Outcome:H03.6 Differentiate between a nerve and a CNS tract.HAPS LearningOutcome: H10.5 Discuss how the structures root, nerve, ramus, plexus,tract and ganglion relate to one another.Learning Objective: 8.03B. Defineand describe the structure of a nucleus, a ganglion, a nerve tract, and anerve.Section: 08.03Topic: Nervous System29. Clusters of neuron cell bodies located in the PNS are calledA.nuclei.B.nerve tracts.C.nerves.D.ganglia.E.nodes of Ranvier.
Bloom's Level: 02. UnderstandHAPS Learning Outcome: H03.2d Withrespect to the three structural types of neurons: Describe the location ofthe cell bodies of each type of neuron within the nervous system.HAPSLearning Outcome: H03.5 Define the term nerve.HAPS Learning Outcome:H03.6 Differentiate between a nerve and a CNS tract.HAPS LearningOutcome: H10.5 Discuss how the structures root, nerve, ramus, plexus,tract and ganglion relate to one another.Learning Objective: 8.03B. Defineand describe the structure of a nucleus, a ganglion, a nerve tract, and anerve.Section: 08.03Topic: Nervous System
30. The resting membrane potentialA.occurs because the cell membraneis more permeable to potassium ions than sodium ions.B.partly resultsfrom the sodium-potassium exchange pump.C.occurs because the cellmembrane remains polarized at rest.D.occurs because there arenegatively charged proteins and ions inside the cell.E.has all of thesecontributing factors.
Bloom's Level: 04. AnalyzeHAPS Learning Outcome: H04.01 Definepermeability.HAPS Learning Outcome: H04.02 Explain how ion channelsaffect neuron selective permeability.HAPS Learning Outcome: H04.03Contrast the relative concentrations of sodium, potassium and chlorideions inside and outside of a cell.HAPS Learning Outcome: H04.04Differentiate between a concentration gradient and an electrical potential.HAPS Learning Outcome: H04.05 Define electrochemical gradient.HAPSLearning Outcome: H04.06a With respect to ion channels: Differentiatebetween passive and active ion channels.HAPS Learning Outcome:H04.06b With respect to ion channels: Explain how passive ion channelscause development of the resting membrane potential in neurons.HAPSLearning Outcome: H04.06c With respect to ion channels: Differentiatebetween voltage-gated and chemically-gated ion channels.HAPS LearningOutcome: H04.06d With respect to ion channels: Describe the voltage-gated ion channels that are essential for development of the actionpotential.HAPS Learning Outcome: H04.07 Discuss the sequence of eventsthat must occur for an action potential to be generated.HAPS Learning

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