Physiology 2 Test 1

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Serotonina) Excitatory b) Inhibitory c) Excitatory in most cases, some inhibitory
What cut is ear to ear over the top?
What is the fastest conduction velocity of an action potential?
What is considered the 'head ganglion' of the autonomic nervous system?
What two structures make up the telencephalon?
What kind of matter is the outer layer of the cortex?
What neurotransmitter is involved in dreaming?
What part of the brain directs smooth, precise movements?
What is the Dale principle?
What is the cerebellum connected to the brainstem by?
What disease is associated with post-synaptic acetylcholine receptor malfunction?
What neuromodulator is found in parts of the limbic system?
Gamma Aminobutyric Acida) Excitatory b) Inhibitory c) Excitatory in most cases, some inhibitory
Which cranial nerve does not pass through the thalamus?
What are the three types of neurons?
What neuromodulator is found in the spinal cord pathways?
What cut is ear to ear over face?
What neurotransmitter is found in the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system?
The spinal cord contains how many major ascending tracts?
What are the three major systems of the CNS?
What neurotransmitter is involved in a variety of functions?
What part of the brain contains nuclei for five cranial nerves?
What does the Basal Ganglia include?
What is the function of cranial nerve 1?
What relays motor impulses from the cerebral cortex to the spinal cord?
What are the infoldings of the brain called?
What neurotransmitter is found in the cerebellum?
What neurotransmitter is involved in the subconscious movements of skeletal muscles?
How many thoracic spinal nerves are there?
What does the Limbic System include?
What part of the brain is an important control center for muscular movements?
What neurotransmitter is found in the spinal cord?
What are the three major components of the medulla?
What part of the brain is the second largest?
What are the four lobes of the brain?
What part of the brain contains nuclei regulating the respiratory centers in the medulla?
What is the name of the neuron coating cell that allows for better conduction in the PNS?
What is the name of cranial nerve 2?
What neurotransmitter is found in the sensory pathways?
What part of the brain contains superior and inferior colliculi?
What neuromodulator is found in the hypothalamus?
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What part of the brain contains nuclei for four cranial nerves?
How many cervical spinal nerves are there?
Another word for descending?Motor System
What means lower?
Acetylcholinea) Excitatory b) Inhibitory c) Excitatory in most cases, some inhibitory
What part of the brain contains nuclei for two cranial nerves?
What is the thick band of fibers that connects the two brain hemispheres?
What two structures make up the diencephalon?
What cut is straight down the nose?
What is the function of cranial nerve 3?
What is the sensory function of cranial nerve 10?
What neuromodulator is found in the thalamus?
What neurotransmitter is found in the brain stem?
What are the four components of most neurons?In order from start to finish
What neuromodulator inhibits pain?
What cut is parallel to straight down the nose?
What neurotransmitter is involved in emotion?
What are the two types of receptors for acetylcholine?
What means upper?
What part of the brain recives and integrates sensory and motor impules?
What part of the brain is a network of nuclei and interlacing nerve fibers in medulla, pons and midbrain?
What is another word for ascending?Sensory System
How many sacral spinal nerves are there?
What kind of matter is the inner layer of the cortex?
What is the motor function of cranial nerve 10?
Dopaminea) Excitatory b) Inhibitory c) Excitatory in most cases, some inhibitory
What are the two distinct classes of cells in the nervous system?
What system is responsible for arousal, wakefulness and consciousness?
How many coccygeal spinal nerves are there?
What part of the brain maintains equilibrium?
What is the wishbone shaped group of structures around the brainstem?
What are the five divisions of the spinal cord?
How many lumbar spinal nerves are there?
What neurotransmitter is involved in inducing sleep?
What is the name of cranial nerve 10?
Glutamatea) Excitatory b) Inhibitory c) Excitatory in most cases, some inhibitory
What neuromodulator stimulates perception of pain?
What are the two divisions of the PNS?
What is a part of the motivational system?
What is the name of cranial nerve 8?
What is another name for the midbrain?
Question/DefinitionAnswer/TermExtra Info
What is the name of cranial nerve 3?
What are the six major divisions of the CNS?
What neurotransmitter is involved in arousal?
What is the principle relay for almost all signals from the spinal cord, brain stem, cerebellum to the cerebral cortex?
What means farther from the medial plane?
What is the function of cranial nerve 8?
What means towards the back of the body?
What neurotransmitter is found in the hypothalamus?
Glycinea) Excitatory b) Inhibitory c) Excitatory in most cases, some inhibitory
What disease is associated with pre-synaptic acetylcholine receptor malfunction?
What are the really deep infoldings of the brain called?
What means nearer to the central axis of the body?
What is the name of cranial nerve 1?
What neurotransmitter is involved in motor control?
Norepinephrinea) Excitatory b) Inhibitory c) Excitatory in most cases, some inhibitory
Information is sent by action potential ______?
What regulates the pituitary gland?
What are the three types of glia?
Which glial cell produces cerebral spinal fluid?
What neurotransmitter is involved in regulation of mood?
The spinal cord contains how many major descending tracts?
What means farther from the central axis of the body?`
What neurotransmitter is involved in sensory perception?
What two structures make up the cerebral cortex?
How many pairs of spinal nerves are there?
What neurotransmitter is a likely target for Valium?
What means towards the front of the body?
What disease is associated with dopamine dysfunction?
What part of the brain functions in memory and emotions?
What part of the brain coordinates subconscious movements of skeletal muscles?
What neurotransmitter is involved in temperature regulation?
What means near the median plane?
What neurotransmitter is found in the substantia nigra?
What are the convolutions of the brain called?
What is the name of the neuron coating cell that allows for better conduction in the CNS?
What neurotransmitter is found in the basal ganglia?
What is the function of cranial nerve 2?
What glial cell provides nutrients to neurons, repairs damages and absorbs potassium?
What neurotransmitter is found in the cerebral cortex?
What is the maximum frequency for action potentials?

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