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Wolohon Mod 4 Test 2

Wolohon Module 4, Part 2 Test Review

Neurons generate these impulses that carry info back and forth to the brain: ELECTROCHEMICAL
Neuroglia are located where? CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
What carries impulses FROM the cell of a neuron? AXONS
What carries impulses TO the cell of a neuron? DENDRITES
Specialized cells surround neurons called: sheath of SCHWANN
Sensory neurons are sometimes called: AFFERENT neurons
The space between an AXON and a DENDRITE is.... SYNAPSE
What helps nerve system impulses cross the synapse? NEUROTRANSMITTERS
What type of neurons respond to Muscle and Glands? MOTOR NEURONS
What neurons support thinking and learning? INTERNEURONS
Palms down? PRONATION
Limb TOWARD the body? ADDUCTION (+)
Limb AWAY from the body? ABDUCTION (-)
Skeletal joint, tendon and bursae lining SYNOVIAL MEMBRANE
Decrease the angle of a joint? FLEXION
Increase the angle of a joint? EXTENSION
True or False? -Mucous membranes consist of connective tissue over epithelial tissue. --- FALSE---
What type of neurons carry signals from the skin receptors? Sensory Neurons
Movement of the foot back Dorsiflexion
Toe-down movement of the foot at the ankle Plantar Flexion
Created by: twolohon