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Anatomy Nervous system

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54 questions
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  • Q1
    Cytoplasmic extensions that are the receptive surface for neurons.
    cell body
    dendrites
    neuroglia
    axons
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  • Q2
    Which of the following is not a neuroglial cell?
    schwann cell
    nissl cell
    oligodendrocytes
    microglial
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  • Q3
    When a nerve fiber is at rest, where are sodium ions found in higher concentration?
    outside the cell
    inside the cell
    inside the nucleus
    outside the nucleus
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  • Q4
    When a nerve fiber is at rest, where are potassium ions found in higher concentration?
    inside the nucleus
    outside the cell
    inside the cell
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  • Q5
    Which cell forms myelin in the CNS?
    schwann cells
    microglial cells
    astrocytes
    oligodendrocytes
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  • Q6
    Which cell forms myelin in the PNS?
    Schwann cells
    oligodendrocytes
    astrocytes
    microglial cells
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  • Q7
    During an action potential, repolarization occurs by the movement of _____________ out of the cell.
    sodium
    chloride
    potassium
    calcium
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  • Q8
    Astrocytes provide support in the nervous system
    True
    False
    120s
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  • Q9
    A nerve is made up of only one neuron.
    True
    False
    120s
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  • Q10
    Cells in the nervous system that support function of neurons
    myofibrils
    neuroglial cells
    nerofibrils
    chondrocytes
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  • Q11
    The difference in electrical charge between the inside and outside of the cell when a nerve is polarized is called
    all of none response
    neurofibril
    resting potential
    action potential
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  • Q12
    A nerve impulse consists of waves of what moving from the point of stimulation
    impulse potential
    resting potenial
    action potential
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  • Q13
    What is the junction between two neurons called?
    gap
    muscular junction
    synapse
    axon
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  • Q14
    Muscles or glands that respond to nerve impulses are called
    affector
    afferent
    effector
    efferent
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  • Q15
    What part of the brain has the cardiac and vasomotor centers
    pons
    midbrain
    medulla oblongata
    cerebellum
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  • Q16
    Which of these is not a function of the nervous system
    neuromotor
    integrative
    sensory
    motor
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  • Q17
    Which neuron picks up information form the environment and sends it to the CNS
    interneuron
    motor
    sensory
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  • Q18
    Which neuron sends impulses from the CNS out to the body.
    motor
    sensory
    interneuron
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  • Q19
    Which neuron connects impulse from the PNS to impulse leaving the CNS.
    motor
    interneurons
    sensory
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  • Q20
    A greater intensity of stimulation produces a stronger impulse
    false
    true
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