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1 Click to Play! Neuro Quiz Michael McKeough 2008 Identify the correct question The Neuron

2 The Neuron Neuro Quiz InformationProcessingSynapsesPhysiologyMisc.Pathology Click category value to begin.

3 Information Processing 100 This segment of the cell is responsible for receiving all incoming information. What is the receptive segment? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

4 Information Processing 200 The purpose of this cell process is to increase the surface area of the receptive segment of the cell. What is a dendrite? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

5 Information Processing 300 This segment of the neuron is responsible for analyzing incoming information. This region of the neuron tests for critical threshold. What is the axon hillock? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

6 Information Processing 400 This information processing function is responsible for relaying information from spot in the nervous system to another. What is transmission? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

7 Information Processing 500 This activity by the neuron produces a response in the post-synaptic cell. What is the release of neurotransmitter substance into the cleft? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

8 Synapses 100 Synapses form this type of gate and thereby regulate the directional flow of information within the nervous system. What is a one-way gate? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

9 This is the most common type of synapse found in the nervous system. Synapses 200 What is axo-dendritic? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

10 Transmitter substance is stored in this structure in the presynaptic terminal. Synapses 300 What is a vesicle? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

11 This is the site where most medications and poisons have their effect. Synapses 400 What is the synaptic cleft? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

12 Synapses 500 This mechanical model portrays the relationship between the transmitter molecule and the receptor site on the post-synaptic membrane. What is a key-and-lock arrangement? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

13 Physiology 100 This type of electrical conduction is found along the myelinated segment of the axon. What is saltatory conduction? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

14 Physiology 200 This type of electrical conduction is found along the receptive segment of the neuron. What is slow detrimental conduction? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

15 Physiology 300 This is the way information is portrayed along a neuron. What is transient electrical information? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

16 Physiology 400 This electrical potential is maintained by the sodium and potassium pumps and disturbed by the arrival of incoming information. What is resting membrane potential? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

17 Physiology 500 This process of transferring information from one neuron to another accounts for the synaptic delay in information transmission. What is energy transduction (changing from electrical to chemical back to electrical)? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

18 Miscellaneous 100 This type of neuron transmits information from the receptor into the CNS. What is a first-order neuron? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

19 Miscellaneous 200 All first-order neurons are this type of cell. What is a pseudo-monopolar cell? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

20 Miscellaneous 300 This is the process by which information from a single neuron is spread to several post-synaptic neurons. This process enables parallel information processing within the CNS. What is divergence? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

21 Miscellaneous 400 The entrance of a growing axonal sprout into this structure greatly increases the chances that a post- synaptic cell will become re-innervated. What is the tube of Schwann cells (band of Bungner)? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

22 Miscellaneous 500 This is the information coding strategy used by the nervous system to portray and transmit information. What is a frequency code? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

23 Pathology 100 This is the root cause of all impairments following neuralgic insult. What is damage to neurons? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

24 Pathology 200 This is the process of recovery of a neuron in the peripheral nervous system. What is Wallerina de- and regeneration? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

25 Pathology 300 This is the most severe class of peripheral nerve injury according to Seddon. What is neurotmesis? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

26 Pathology 400 This term describes the swelling of the cell body and peripheral displacement of the nucleus and Nissel substance following injury. What is chromotolysis? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question

27 Pathology 500 This structure is produced by aberrant growth of an axonal sprout. What is a neuroma? Return to Return to Game Board Game Board Click to reveal the question


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