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40.Why are the nodes of Ranvier important structures for neural firing?A.They release neurotransmitters.B.They are involved in reuptake.C.They are the receptor sites for binding with neurotransmitters.D.They are areas along the axon that speed transmission.ANS: D
DIF:DifficultREF:3.1 Action Potentials Cause Neural CommunicationOBJ:3.1CNAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Applying41.You cannot fire a gun softly or flush a toilet halfway. Like an action potential, gunfire and a toilet’s flush follow the ________ law.
DIF:EasyREF:3.1 Action Potentials Cause Neural CommunicationOBJ:3.1DNAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Understanding42.What happens when the action potential reaches the terminal button?
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DIF:ModerateREF:3.1 Neurotransmitters Bind to Receptors Across the SynapseOBJ:3.1DNAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Remembering43.What do we call the neurons on the sending side of a synaptic cleft?
DIF:ModerateREF:3.1 Neurotransmitters Bind to Receptors Across the SynapseOBJ:3.1BNAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Remembering44.What do we call the neurons on the receiving side of a synaptic cleft?A.postsynaptic neuronsC.interneuronsB.presynaptic neuronsD.excitatory neuronsANS: A
DIF:ModerateREF:3.1 Neurotransmitters Bind to Receptors Across the SynapseOBJ:3.1BNAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Remembering45.How do neurons communicate?
DIF:ModerateREF:3.1 Neurotransmitters Bind to Receptors Across the SynapseOBJ:3.1DNAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Remembering46.Chemical substances that carry messages directly from one neuron to the next are called:
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