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CH-23-NERVOUS SYSTEM

MR UTT'S NERVOUS SYSTME

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THE BODY'S INFORMATION GATHERER, STORAGE CENTER, AND CONTROL SYSTEM NERVOUS SYSTEM
THESE DO NOT FORM ONE SINGLE SYSTEMS NERVES
WHAT MAKES UP THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD
THIS IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE BODY'S FUNCTIONS THAT ARE NOT UNDER CONSCIOUS CONTROL PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS IS ACHIEVED BY DIVIDING INTO WHAT TWO SYSTEMS SYPATHATIC AND PARASYMPATHETIC SYSTEM
THE NERVOUS SYSTEM USES WHAT TYPE OF IMPULSE ELECTRICAL
THE IMPULSE TRAVELS HOW FAST PER HOUR 250
TO DETECT, TO MAKE A DECISION, AND TO CARRY OUT A MOTOR FUNCTION BASE ON THE DECISION IS WHAT SYSTEM NERVOUS SYSTEM
NUERONS OR NERVE CELLS ARE CALLED WHAT NEUROGLIA
WHAT ARE THE THREE TYPES OF NEURONS 1. MOTOR 2. SENSOR 3. INTERNEURONS
THIS NEURON CAUSES MUSCLES TO CONTRACT AND GLANDS TO SECRETE MOTOR NEURON
AN EFFERENT IS ANOTHER NAME FOR WHAT MOTOR NERUON
THE PROCESS OR NERVE FIBERS ARE CALLED AXON AND DENDRITES
THESE CARRY IMPULSES TO THE CELL BODY DENRITES
THESE CARRY IMPULSES AWAY FROM THE CELL BODY AXONS
WHAT IS THE FATTY INSULATING SUBSTANCE AROUND THE AXONS CALLED MYELIN SHEATH
AXONS WITH AN INTACT MYELIN SHEATH TRANSFER INFORMATION? FASTER
THESE NEURONS DO NOT HAVE DENDRITES SENSORY NEURONS
AFFERENT ARE ALSO KNOW AS SENSORY NEURONS
THESE NEURONS ARE KNOWN AS ASSOCIATIVE NEURONS INTERNEURONS
THESE NEURONS MEDIATE BETWEEN THE MOTOR AND SENSORY NEURONS INTERNEURONS
TYPICALLY THESE NERVES ARE MYELINTED PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
THESE NERVES ARE NOT MYELINTED CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
THESE NEURONS CARRY MESSAGES TO THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM AFFERENT OR SENSORY NEURONS
THESE NEURONS CARRY MESSAGES FROM THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM EFFERENT OF MOTOR NEURONS
A GROUP OF NERVE FIBERS WITHIN THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM ARE REFERED TO AS A? TRACT
TO BE A TRACT, ALL OF THE NERVES INCLUDED MUST HAVE THE SAME WHAT? ORIGIN, FUNTION, AND TERMINATION
THESE ASSEND TO THE BRAIN AFFERENT
THESE DESEND FROM THE BRAIN EFFERENT
THE LARGEST TRACT IN THE BRAIN CARPUS CALLOSUM
THIS JOINS THE RIGHT AND LEFT HEMISPHERES CARPUS CALLOSUM
THIS IS THE POINT WHERE A STIMULATION OF THE NERVE OCCURS RECEPTOR
THESE ARE TYPICALLY FUNCTION SPECIFIC RECEPTORS
IMPULSES TRAVEL TO THE CELL BODY HOW? FROM THE RECEPTORS DOWN THE DENDRITES
THESE SPECIALIZED CELLS ARE AT THE KNOB NEUROTRANSMITTES
THE SPACE AT THE END OF THE SYNAPES SYNAPTIC CLEFT
WHAT IS CNS CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
WHAT IS ENCOMPASSES IN THE CNS BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD
THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD ARE DIVIDED INTO WHAT TYPE OF MATTER GRAY AND WHITE
THIS MATTER IS UNSHEATHED CELL BODIES AND TRUE DENTRITES GRAY MATTER
WHAT TYPE OF MATTER FORMS THE CORE OF THE SPINAL CORD GRAY MATTER
WHAT TYPE OF MATTER FORMS THE CORE OF THE BRAIN WHITE MATTER
THE LARGEST MASS OF NERVOUS TISSUE IS THE? BRAIN
HOW MUCH DOES A FEMALE BRAIN WEIGH? 1250 GRAMS
HOW MUCH DOES A MALE BRAIN WEIGH? 1380 GRAMS
WHAT IS ANOTHER NAME FOR MEMBRANE MENINGES
LIST THE MEMBRANES FROM THE INSIDE TO OUTSIDE OF THE BRAIN 1. PIA MATER2. ARACHNOID3. DURA MATER
WHAT ARE THE MAJOR DIVISION OF THE BRAIN CEREBRUM AND DIENCEPHALON
THE BRAINSTEM CONSIST OF WHAT? MIDBRAIN AND HINDBRAIN
THE HINDBRAIN INCLUDES WHAT? 1. CEREBELLUM 2. MEDULLA OBLONGATA 3. RETICULAR FORMATION
THE CEREBRUM DEVELOPES FROM WHAT PORTION OF THE BRAIN, AND IS THE LARGEST PART OF THE MATURE BRAIN FRONT PORTION
THE TWO LARGE MASSES OF THE BRAIN ARE CALLED CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES
THE CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES ARE CONNECTED BY A DEEP BRIDGE OF NERVE FIBERS CALLED CARPUS CALLOSUM
CARPUS CALLOSUM ARE SEPERATED BY A LAYER CALLED FALX CEREBRI
THE SURFACE OF THE CEREBRUM IS MARKED BY NUMEROUS RIDGES OR CONVOLUTIONS CALLED GYRI
A SHALLOW GROVE IS CALLED SULCUS
A DEEP GROVE IS CALLED FISSURE
WHAT SEPERATES THE RIGHT AND LEFT HEMISPHERES LONGITUDINAL FISSURE
WHAT SEPERATES THE CEREBRUM AND CEREBELLUM TRANSVERSE FISSURE
VAROUS SUCI DIVID EACH HEMISPHER INTO WHAT LOBES
HOW MANY LOBES ARE THERE 5
LIST ALL THE LOBES 1. FRONTAL LOBE 2. PARIETAL LOBE 3. TEMPORAL LOBE 4. OCCIPITAL LOVE 5. INSULA
THE OUTERMOST LAYER THAT SURROUNDS THE CEREBRUM IS CALLED CEREBRAL CORTEX
THE CEREBRAL CORTEX IS COMPOSED OF GRAY MATTER, NEURON CELL BODIES, DENDRITES
WHAT PERCENT OF NEURONS IS CONTAINED IN THE CORTEX 75%
DIENCEPHALON CONTAIN WHAT THALALMUS AND HYPOTHALAMUS
THIS ACTS AS A PHONE LINE ALLOWING INFORMATION TO GET THROUGH THE CEREBRAL CORTEX THALAMUS
THIS IS IMPORTANT FOR REGULATING HORMONES, HUNGER, THIRST, AND AROUSAL HYPOTHALAMUS
THE HYPOTHALAMUS IS A REGULATOR FOR WHAT NERVOUS ACTIVITY AUTONOMIC
THE HYPOTHALAMUS PRODUCE NEUROSECREATIONS TO CONTROL WHAT WATER BALANCE, GLUCOSE, AND FAT MATABOLISM.
THE BRAINSTEM CONSIST OF WHAT MIDBRAIN AND HINDBRAIN
THIS IS THE UPPER PART OF THE BRANCH THAT CONNECT TO THE FOREBRAIN MIDBRAIN
WHAT IS THE MIDBRAINS FUNCTION TO SEND AND RECIEVE INFROMATION
WHAT UNITS MAKE UP THE HINDBRAIN MEDULLA OBLONGATA, PONS, CEREBELLUM, RETICULAR FORMATION
THIS CONTROLS BALANCE AND CORDINATION CEREBELLUM
THIS IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SLEEP RETICULAR FORMATION
THIS CONTROLS BREATHING, COUGHING, SWALLOWING MEDULLA OBLONGATA
THIS ASSIST WITH THE MEDULLA OBLONGATA PONS
THIS CONNECT THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD MEDULLA OBLONGATA
THIS EXTENDS FROM THE MEDULLA OBLONGATA TO THE CAUDA EQUINE SPINAL CORD
WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF THE SPINAL CORD CONDUCT SENSORY IMPULSES FROM THE BODY TO THE BRAIN AND SEND MOTOR IMPULSES FROM THE BRAIN TO THE BODY
THIS IS CONSIDERED THE BLOOD OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM CEREBROSPINAL FLUID
WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF THE CSF A CUSHION TO PROTECT THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD, NOURISHMENT
THIS NERVOUS SYSTEM IS PART OF THE PNS AND IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE VOLUNTARY CONTROL OF THE BODY'S MOVEMENTS SOMATIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
THIS NERVOUS SYSTEM ASSOCIATED WITH THE PNS IS RESPONSIBLE FOR REGULATING HEART MUSCLES AND TINY MUSCLES LINING THE WALLS OF BLOOD VESSELS AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
HOW MANY CRAINIAL NERVES ARE THERE 12
HOW MANY SPINAL NERVES ARE THERE 31
OLFACTORY NERVE FUNCTION SMELL
OPTIC NERVE FUNCTION VISION
OCULOMOTOR NERVE FUNCTION EYE MOVEMENT
TROCHLEAR NERVE FUNCTION EYEBALL MUSCLE MOVEMENT, TROCHLEAR MUSCLE
TRIGEMINAL NERVE FUNCTION SENSATION OF FACE AND MOUTH
ABDUCENS NERVE FUNCTION EYE MOVEMENT, EYEBALL MUSCLE, LATERAL RECTUS MUSCLE
FACIAL NERVE FUNCTION FACIAL MUSCLE CONTRACTTION, TASTE SENSATION, GLANDULAR INNERVATION
ACOUSTIC OR VESTIVULOCOCHLEAR NERVE FUNCTION SENSES FROM OUR EARS, HEARING AND BALANCE
GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL NERVE FUNCTION SOME TASTE, SWALLOWING MUSCLES
VAGUS NERVE FUNCTION INVOLUNTARY FUNCTIONS, HEART RATE, BREATHING RATE,
SPINAL ACCESSORY NERVE FUNCTION LARYNGEAL MUSCLES, MUSCLES IN THE BACK AND NECK
HYPGLOSSAL NERVE FUNCTION MOVEMENT OF THE TONGUE
THIS REGULATRORY STRUCTURE HELPS PEOPLE ADAPT TO CHANGES IN THEIR LIFE AND MODIFIES SOME FUCTIONS IN RESPONSE TO STRESS AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
A PROGRESSIVE, DEGENERATIVE DISEASE OF THE BRAIN CHARACTERIZED BY LOSS OF MEMORY AND OTHER COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
THIS IS A DISEASE OF UNKNOWN CAUSE THAT BREAKS DOWN TISSUES IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND AFFECTS THE NERVES REPONSIBLE FOR MOVEMENT. ALSO KNOWN AS LOU GEHRIG'S DISEASE AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS
WEAKNESS OR PARALYSIS OF THE MUSCLES THAT CONTROL EXPRESSION ON ONE SIDE OF THE FACE BELL'S PALSY
INFLAMMATION OF THE BRAIN ENCEPHALITIS
NEUROLOGIC DISORDER THAT PRODUCES ABNORMAL BURSTS OF ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY IN THE BRAIN EPILEPSY AND SEIZURE DISORDERS
LIST FOUR TYPES OF HEADACHES MIGRAINE, TENSION, CLUSTER, POST-TRAUMATIC
AN INFECTION OF THE MENINGES THAT SURROUND AND PROTECT THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD MENINGITIS
A CHRONIC, POTENTIALLY DEBILITATING DISEASE THAT AFFECTS THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD BY ATTACHING THE MYELINE SHEATH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
AN INTENSE BURNING OR STABBING PAIN CAUSED BY IRRITATION OF OR DAMAGE TO A NERVE. NEURALGIA
PARALYSIS FROM THE WAIST DOWN PARAPLEGIA
PARALYSIS FROM THE SHOULERS OR NECK DOWN QUADRIPLEGIA
A PROGRESSIVE DISORDER CAUSED BY DEGENERATION OF THE NERVE CELLS IN THE PARTS OF THE BRAIN THAT CONTROL MOVEMENT PARKINSON'S DISEASE
PAIN ALONG THE SCIATIC NERVE SCIATICA
FAILURE OF THE SPINE TO CLOSE PROPERLY DURING THE FIRST MONTH OF PREGNANCY SPINA BIFIDA
WHEN BLOOD SUPPY TO A PART OF THE BRAIN IS DECREASED AND BRAIN CELLS DIE WHEN THEIR OXYGEN SUPPLY IN INTERRUPTED FOR MORE THAN A FEW MINUTES STROKE
Created by: jimutt68