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2 This neuroglia cell is responsible for creating myelin in the Central Nervous System (CNS)
4 This receives signals and sends the signals towards (afferent) the soma or cell body.
6 _________________ are chemicals that cross the synaptic cleft to bind to the post- synaptic membrane.
8 Define: Meninges
9 Fibrous tissue that provides support and protection for the nervous system.
10 What sound do I make?
11 See professor.
12 What chemical rushes in after the neurotransmitter binds to the post-synaptic membrane?
13 Na or Sodium
14 How far can you walk into the woods?
15 Half-way The other half you will be walking OUT of the woods!
16 When calcium rushes into the synaptic knob, ________ merge with the pre-synaptic membrane.
18 The neurotransmitters need to cross this in order to reach the post-synaptic membrane.
19 Synaptic Cleft
20 Why does a synapse only work in one direction? (One-way propagation)
21 Receptors only Found on the Post-synaptic membrane.
22 What are two things the Pons and Medulla Oblangata have in common?
23 1.Both in Brain stem 2.Both associated with breathing.
24 Who am I & What am I in charge of?
25 Cerebellum and/or Arbor Vitae Balance, tension, muscles.
26 What are the 4 lobes of the Cerebral Cortex?
27 Frontal Parietal Temporal Occipital
28 Beta brain waves are seen when you are ______________?
29 Any activity that involves higher level thinking: Reading, writing, speaking
30 Name 5 movies that this person is in
31 Hopefully you used the three mission impossibles to help.
32 What is the difference between repolarization and recovery stages?
33 The ions (K+ and Na+) are on oppisite sides.
34 Name the four stages of a nerve impulse.
35 1.Resting 2.Action 3.Repolarization 4.Recovery
36 What are our names?
37 Pinky and the Brain, Brain, Brain
38 Is the message on the dendrites an afferent or efferent process?
39 Afferent (Towards the cell body)
40 How does myelin affect nerve impulses?
41 Saltatory conduction: The message jumps from node to node.
42 Which Disorder is involves the destruction of the myelin sheath?
44 What is the difference between stimulants and depressants?
45 Stimulants: enhance impulses Depressants: Block excitatory neurotransmitters
46 Name me one dude rule?
47 I will judge worthiness of the dude rule stated.
48 Who Are these two people?
49 Lilo & Stitch
50 Who am I?
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