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MC test 3

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The <?> nervous system carries sensory information to the CNS Afferent
The<?> nervous system carries instructions to the skeletal muscles somatic
The <?> nervous system is involved in increasing heart rate sympathetic
a neuron with a single axon and several dendrites is called a(n) <?> neuron multipolar
the resting potential of a neuron is approximately <?> mV -70
what cells produce CSF? microglia
what cells make up the myelin sheath in the PNS? ependymal cells
when a graded neurotransmitter activates a neuron, it will first cause a(n) <?> potential graded
what cells are found in the CNS? astrocytes, ependymal cells, oligodendrocyytes
at the resting potential of a neuron, the sodium/potassium pump moves <?> 3 sodium ions out, and 2 potassium ions in
the innermost layer of the meninges is called the<?> pia mater
the denticulate ligament connects <?> the pia mater to the dura mater
what are the plexus of the spinal cord? cervial, brachial, lumbar, sacral
a reflex that occurs only after a learning process is called a(n) <?> reflex acquired
what is present in the ventricles of the brain? cerebrospinal fluid
the corpora quadrigemina is part of the <?> midbrain
the <?> is a bundle of commissural tissue connecting the cerebral hemispheres corpus callosum
which portion of the brain is involved in control of the endocrine system? hypothalamus
what is the primary function of the blood-brain barrier? inhibit solute exchange between blood and CNS
which portion of the brain is involved with relaying information to the proper portion of the cerebrum? thalamus
which portion of the brain is involved in the fine control of motor activity? cerebellum
<?> fibers connect the cerebrum to other parts of the brain association
the limbic system is involved in <?> control of emotional responses
the lateral ventricles are connected to the third ventricle by the <?> interventricular foramen
what is NOT a region of the brain? pituitary gland
what is not a class of neurotransmitter? pyrimidine
serotonin is a(n)<?> biogenic amine
what are the classes of neurotransmitters? biogenic amines, modified amino acids, modified purines, neuropeptides
summation in neuron activity may be <?> spatial and temporal
somatic motor activity is centered in the <?> of the spinal cord anterior grey horn
What is found in the skin? merkel disks, pacini corpuscle, fere nerve endings, ruffini end organs
what are the sensory tracts? spinothalamic tract, dorsal column, trigeminothalamic tract, spinocerebellar tract, spinoreticular tract, spinomesncephalic tracts
what tracts are direct pathways? corticobulbar tract, (lateral and anterior) corticospinal tract
which area of the cerebrum is the mouth, tongue and throat movements associated wit speech? Broca's area
which area of the brain is involved in the planning and calculating of requirements for a specific body movement? premotor area
what type of neural fiber would be involved in connecting different portions of the same cerebral hemisphere? associative fibers
<?>is controlled by the largest proportion of the primary motor cortex? face
<?> waves are associated with sleep delta
the type of memory that involves committing many facts to memory is <?> explicit memory
the sense that allows the brain awareness of the location of your different body parts is called<?> proprioception
what are the special senses? balance, smell, hearing, taste, and vision
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