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Youve got nerve It takes brains Homeo- stasis Synapse in half Dont shoot the messenger O-vary clever $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
1 ~ $100 Answer This material covers the axons of nerve cells in the PNS.
1 ~ $100 Question What is myelin?
1 ~ $200 Answer This part of a neuron receives sensory information.
1 ~ $200 Question What is the dendrite?
1 ~ $300 Answer ________ nerves bring information to the spinal cord, ___________ nerves send information back to effectors.
1 ~ $300 Question What are sensory and motor?
1 ~ $400 Answer These nerves in the autonomic nervous system take control during a fight or flight situation.
1 ~ $400 Question What are sympathetic nerves?
1 ~ $500 Answer Depolarization features the opening of ____________ channels and the interior of the nerve becoming rapidly __________ in charge.
1 ~ $500 Question What are sodium and positive?
2 ~ $100 Answer This part of the cerebral cortex receives visual sensory information.
2 ~ $100 Question What is the occipital lobe?
2 ~ $200 Answer This bundle of nerves connects the left and right brain hemispheres.
2 ~ $200 Question What is the corpus callosum?
2 ~ $300 Answer This part of the brain regulates temperature, appetite and controls the master gland.
2 ~ $300 Question What is the hypothalamus?
2 ~ $400 Answer Damaging this part of your cerebral cortex can affect your personality.
2 ~ $400 Question What is the frontal lobe?
This part of the brain has about 50% of the total nerves in the brain (must be important!) 2 ~ $500 Question
What is the cerebellum?
3 ~ $100 Answer Most regulation mechanisms in the body are of this type.
3 ~ $100 Question What are negative feedback mechanisms?
3 ~ $200 Answer The release of this hormone during labour is an example of a positive feedback mechanism.
3 ~ $200 Question What is oxytocin?
3 ~ $300 Answer These cells in the pancreas are responsible for monitoring blood sugar and releasing insulin.
3 ~ $300 Question What are Beta-cells?
3 ~ $400 Answer This nervous mechanism doesnt involve the brain, and kicks in when you touch a hot burner, for example.
3 ~ $400 Question What is a reflex arc or reflex response?
3 ~ $500 Answer Shivering, arm hair standing up are part of the bodys homeostatic mechanism to regulate this.
3 ~ $500 Question What is body temperature?
4 ~ $100 Answer The molecules that carry nerve signals across the synapse.
4 ~ $100 Question What are neurotransmitters?
4 ~ $200 Answer Production of ___________ was lacking in the brains of the patients in Awakenings.
4 ~ $200 Question What is dopamine?
4 ~ $300 Answer Many addictive drugs affect this pathway in the brain.
4 ~ $300 Question What is the reward pathway?
4 ~ $400 Answer LSD affects this neurotransmitter, one often associated with depression, schizophrenia and other mental illnesses.
4 ~ $400 Question What is serotonin?
4 ~ $500 Answer This ion floods into the pre- synaptic membrane to signal the movement of vesicles to the membrane
4 ~ $500 Question What is calcium?
5 ~ $100 Answer When your blood sugar is low, this hormone will be released.
5 ~ $100 Question What is glucagon?
5 ~ $200 Answer The adrenal medulla makes this exciting pair of hormones.
5 ~ $200 Question What are epinephrine (adreneline) and norepinephrine (noradrenaline)?
5 ~ $300 Answer You may get a goiter if you dont have enough of this in your diet.
5 ~ $300 Question What is iodine?
5 ~ $400 Answer This hormone is secreted from the anterior pituitary in response to stress.
5 ~ $400 Question What is ACTH?
5 ~ $500 Answer Low blood calcium would be detected by these glands.
5 ~ $500 Question What are the parathyroid glands?
6 ~ $100 Answer The two pituitary hormones involved in regulating the reproductive cycle.
6 ~ $100 Question What are LH and FSH?
6 ~ $200 Answer This remains behind in the ovary after the egg leaves the follicle.
6 ~ $200 Question What is corpus luteum?
6 ~ $300 Answer Birth control pills contain primarily this hormone.
6 ~ $300 Question What is progesterone?
6 ~ $400 Answer This is the lining of the uterus.
6 ~ $400 Question What is the endometrium?
6 ~ $500 Answer When the levels of LH in the body peak, this happens.
6 ~ $500 Question What is ovulation?
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