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AP CH 11

THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

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THE FUNCTIONS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM ARE INTERPRETATION, PROCESSING AND RESPONSE
ANOTHER NAME FOR NERVE CELLS NEURONS
HOW MANY TYPES OF NEURONS ARE THERE IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. WHAT ARE THEY 3. SENSORY,MOTOR, AND MIXED
WHAT ARE AFFERENT NEURONS SENSORY NEURONS.RELAYS TO THE CNS
WHAT ARE EFFERENT NEURONS MOTOR NEURONS. RELAYS FROM THE CNS
WHAT ARE MIXED NEURONS THEY CAN CARRY IMPULSES TO AND FROM THE CNS
WHAT IS MYELIN PROTECTIVE COATING ON THE AXON OF THE CELL
WHAT ARE NEUROGLIA NERVE GLUE. HELPER CELLS FOR THE NEURONS
WHAT NEUROGLIA CELL MAKES MYELIN OLIGODENDROCYTES
WHAT DO MOTOR NEURONS DO CONDUCT IMPULSES (MESSAGES) FROM THE CNS TO THE BODY (EFFERENT)
WHAT IS A STIMULUS OR STIMULI CHANGES OCCURING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE BODY
THESE COVER THE BRAIN AND THE SPINAL CORD MENINGES
WHAT IS THE CNS (CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM) THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD
WHAT IS PNS (PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM) CRANIAL AND SPINAL NERVES
NAME THE DIVISIONS OF THE PNS SOMATIC AND AUTONOMIC
WHAT DOES THE SOMATIC NERVOUS SYSTEM CONTROL SKELETAL MUSCLE.VOLUNTARY FUNCTIONS
WHAT DOES THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM CONTROL THE INVOLUNTARY BODY FUNCTIONS
WHAT DIVISION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM CONNECTS THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD PERIPHERAL
THE FOLDS OF THE BRAIN ARE CALLED GYRI
WHAT ARE THE GROOVES BETWEEN THE RIDGES OF THE BRAIN SULCI
WHAT ARE THE THREE LAYERS OF THE MENINGES. NAME THEM FROM OUTER TO INNER DURA MATER, ARACHNOID MATER, PIA MATER
THE SYMPATHETIC AND PARASYMPATHETIC ARE DIVISIONS OF THIS AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
A RESTING NEURON WAITING FOR A STIMULUS IS POLARIZED
THE SPACE BETWEEN THE AXON OF ONE NEURON AND THE DENDRITE OF ANOTHER IS THE SYNAPSE
WHAT PART OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE "FIGHT OR FLIGHT" RESPONSE SYMPATHETIC
WHAT CELLS SUPPORT THE NERVOUS SYSTEM NEUROGLIA
WHATS THE NAME OF THE CHEMICALS CONTAINED IN THE AXON TERMINALS NEUROTRANSMITTERS
WHAT IS THE CNS CALLED DURING FETAL DEVELOPMENT NEURAL TUBE
THE FATTY COVERING THAT INSULATES THE AXONS IS CALLED MYELIN
WHAT ARE AXONS THE "TAIL" OF A CELL. CONDUCT NERVE IMPULSES AWAY FROM THE CELL BODY
Created by: hopelee9101