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Nervous System Jeopardy Test Review Game
What is the largest part of the brain called?
What part of the brain controls involuntary actions?
What is the function of the corpus callosum?
It connects the left side of the brain to the right side of the brain.
What part of the brain controls balance?
What structure joins with the medulla to form the brain stem?
Name the three types of neurons.
sensory, motor, and interneurons
What part of the neuron receives the message first?
What part of the neuron carries the message away from the cell body?
What part of the neuron releases the message?
axon tips (or axon terminals)
What type of neuron carries a message from the central nervous system to the effector?
What is the iris?
colored part of the eye
What is the outermost layer of the eye?
What is the innermost layer of the eye?
What are the light sensitive receptor cells that help you to see colors?
What helps to give the eye its round shape?
What part of the ear acts as a funnel to catch sound waves?
What is the first structure of the ear to vibrate?
Name the three smallest bones in the human body.
hammer, anvil, stirrup
What part of the inner ear helps to maintain balance and body position?
What part of the inner ear helps with hearing and sends the vibrations to the auditory nerve?
What is an automatic response of the body that occurs very rapidly and without conscious control?
Why does a reflex occur quickly and automatically?
The message bypasses the brain.
When the nervous system makes you feel thirsty, what body process is it helping you to carry out?
Why is the sensation of pain important?
It alerts the body to danger.
How does a nerve impulse move from the axon tips of one neuron to the dendrites of the next neuron?
It becomes a chemical in order to cross the synapse.
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What is the touch outer covering of the brain called?
A bruise-like injury to the brain is called a _________.
The ______ ____ supply blood flow to the brain.
What is the master gland that is located on the underside of the brain?
What structure of the brain aids in smelling?
What type(s) of neurons are found in spinal nerves?
sensory and motor neurons
What type of neurons are found only in the brain and spinal cord?
What type of neuron receives a message from the receptor cells?
Name the 5 structures that make up a neuron.
dendrites, cell body, nucleus, axon, and axon tips
State the 6 step path of a nerve impulse.
receptor, sensory neuron, interneuron, motor neuron, effector, muscle/gland
What is the function of the light sensitive receptor cells called rods?
They help you to see in dim light.
Which structure provides blood flow to the eye?
Which structure transports the nerve impulses of the eye to the brain?
Which structure controls the size of the eyes opening?
Which structure focuses incoming light?
Which bone in the ear is the first to vibrate?
Which bone in the ear is the last to vibrate?
Is hearing a physical or chemical sense?
What is the tube-like structure that carries sound waves from the external ear to the ear drum?
Which two senses are considered chemical senses?
smell and taste
Name the four divisions of the nervous system.
central, peripheral, autonomic, andsomatic
A message sent or received by your nervous system is called _______.
Which part of the neuron contains the control center of the cell?
Describe the position of the image that is projected onto the retina.
It is upside down.
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