Neurons do not physically touch they are separated by

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Neurons do not physically touch. They are separated bysynapses.False
Not yet graded / 4 ptsQuestion 8Describe thefunction andrelease of neurotransmitters.
2 / 2 ptsQuestion 9An afferent neuron carries information:
5/12/2020Module 1 Exam- Requires Respondus LockDown Browser: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab- CorrellFrom the peripheral to the central nervous systemCorrect!Correct!Within the central nervous systemWithin the peripheral nervous system2 / 2 ptsQuestion 10A postsynaptic neuron would be found:Before the synapseAfter the synapseCorrect!Correct!
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Inside the synapseOnly in the central nervous systemNot yet graded / 3 ptsQuestion 11What is thelocation andfunction of Satellite cells?
5/12/2020Module 1 Exam- Requires Respondus LockDown Browser: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab- CorrellNot yet graded / 3 ptsQuestion 12A patient’s spinal cord was severed in a car accident. Would the patientbe expected to regrow axons in their spinal cord? Why or why not?
7/16Not yet graded / 10 ptsQuestion 13Nameand describe what is occurring in the neuroncell membranesection 4 of the diagram. Include the charge of the membrane during thisphase.in
5/12/2020Module 1 Exam- Requires Respondus LockDown Browser: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab- CorrellYour Answer:Afterpolarization. During afterpolaraization, voltage drops below -70mVand then returns to -70mV when the resting state begins again.
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Term
Fall
Professor
Rebekah Stepp
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Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology, Lab Correll

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