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Question 70 / 1 ptsOne approach in minimizing stroke damage in laboratory animals is the use of:One approach in minimizing stroke damage in laboratory animals is the use of: You Answeredcalcium serotonin Correct Answercannabinoids opioids Question 81 / 1 ptsOne limiting factor in the ability of damaged axons to regenerate in the brain and spinal cord is that:One limiting factor in the ability of damaged axons to regenerate in the brain and spinal cord is that:
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Question 90 / 1 ptsIf supersensitivity takes place, what can one expect to find regarding the number of receptors?If supersensitivity takes place, what can one expect to find regarding the number of receptors? Question 101 / 1 ptsWhich axons will regenerate to a significant degree if cut or crushed?Which axons will regenerate to a significant degree if cut or crushed? Question 111 / 1 ptsThe ability of the brain to change its anatomy over time, within limits, is known as:The ability of the brain to change its anatomy over time, within limits, is known as: Correct!plasticity. regression.
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connectivity. long term potentiation. Question 121 / 1 ptsCompared to an adult, a fetus has:Compared to an adult, a fetus has: Question 131 / 1 ptsWhen Sperry cut a newt's optic nerve and rotated the eye by 180 degrees, each axon:When Sperry cut a newt's optic nerve and rotated the eye by 180 degrees, each axon:
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