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Question 1

Functional Organization of Nervous System

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Information is first received by a nerve cell at the

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Choice (5)Response

a.

telodendria.

b.

axon.

c.

dendrites.

d.

nucleus.

e.

myelin sheath.

Question 2

Functional Organization of Nervous System

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Of the three different types of the neurons, sensory neurons are unique in that they:

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Connect Peripheral nervous system to central nervous system

b.

Reside exclusively in the peripheral nervous system has two functions, to send signals to motor neurons, and to receive signals from receptors.

c.

Carry impulses from the brain and spinal cord to parts of the body that then respond to the impulse.

d.

Receive information from the receptor cells and send this information to the brain or spinal cord.

e.

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Question 3

Functional Organization of Nervous System

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The four parts of the neurons are: (in correct order)

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Axon, cell body, dendrites and terminal buttons

b.

Axon, dendrites, terminal buttons and nodes of Ranvier

c.

Axon, dendrites, nucleus and terminal buttons

d.

Axon, cell body, myelin sheath and dendrites

e.

Axon, dendrites, myelin sheath and nodes of Ranvier

Question 4

Functional Organization of Nervous System

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The branchlike structures of the neuron that receive neural impulses are known as:

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Choice (5)Response

a.

dendrites

b.

glial cells

c.

myelin

d.

terminal knobs

e.

axons

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