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Haney AP c10

What is a neurotransmitter substance? acetycholine
what is a contraction that either occurs or does not occur all-or-none-law
What conducts impulses from the brain and spinal cord to smooth muscle tissue autonomic nervous system
what consists of one dendrite and one axon bipolar neurons
what ribosomes are attached to the rough ER in a neruron chromatophilic substance or nissl bodies
what is a smooth-textured area of the kidney cortex
what conducts impulses from the brain and the spinal cord to the skeletal muscle somatic nervous system
what is the reversal of an electrical charge depolarization
what provides support by forming semi-rigid connective-like tissue rows between neurons oligodendroglia
what is a neurotransmitter dopamine
what is the outermost of the spinal meninx dura mater
what lines the fluid-filled ventricles of the brain ependymal cells
nerve cell bodies grouped together outside the central nervous system ganglia
normal electrical distribution around a muscle cell when it is not contracting membrane or resting potential
fatty sheath surrounding some axons myelin sheath
bundle of nerve cells or fibers nerve
gaps in the myelin sheath nodes of ranvier/neurofibril nodes
toward the back posterior or dorsal gray horn
an involuntary reaction to an external stimulus reflex
restoration of the origional charge to the nerve cell repolarization
form myelin sheaths around nerve fibers in the peripheral nervous system schwann cells
hormone secreted by the pineal gland acts as a neurotransmitter serotonin
series of connective tissue membranes associated with spinal cord spinal meninges
one process extending from the cell body unipolar neurons
external stimuli affect what neurons sensory
how many pairs are there of cervical nerves eight
the sensory root of the spinal cord is what dorsal
the spider layer of the meninges is the what arachnoid matrix
the gray matter on the brains surface is known as the what cortex
an involuntary reaction to an external stimulus is called a reflex reflex
Created by: kelsey1



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