ap lab 4-2

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  1. vagus nerve

  2. Is the indicated cranial nerve sensory only, motor only, or both sensory and motor?
    both

  3. Is the indicated cranial nerve sensory only, motor only, or both sensory and motor?
    motor only
  4. septum pellucidum
  5. superior sagittal sinus
  6. straight space
  7. thoracic spinal nerves
  8. sacral spinal nerves
  9. posterior median sulcus
  10. posterior funiculus
  11. tarsal gland
  12. lacrimal gland
  13. inferior oblique muscle
  14. superior rectus muscle
  15. fovea centralis
  16. posterior segment
  17. sclera
  18. auditory tube
  19. tympanic membrane
  20. inner ear
  21. cochlea
  22. utricle
  23. tectorial membrane
  24. vestibular membrane
  25. What fluid fills the cochlear duct?
    endolymph
  26. What is the functional classification for neurons that carry information from the central nervous system to peripheral effector organs?
    motor
  27. What do we call neuronal processes that transmit membrane potentials away from the neuronal cell body?
    axons
  28. What type of glial cell is responsible for myelinating axons in the peripheral nervous system?
    schwann cell
  29. shwann cell
  30. axon
  31. fascicle

  32. Which labeled portion of the diagram corresponds to the repolarization of the axon?
    C
  33. What is the smallest stimulus that is capable of initiating an action potential called?
    threshold stimulus
  34. pituitary gland
  35. cerebellum
  36. inferior colliculus
  37. fourth ventricle
  38. primary fissure
  39. abducens nerve
  40. glossopharyngeal nerve

  41. Is the indicated cranial nerve sensory only, motor only, or both sensory and motor?
    both
  42. bone of skull
  43. conus medularis
  44. cervical enlargement
  45. anterior funiculus
  46. anterior median sulcus
  47. bulbar (ocular) conjunctiva
  48. conjuctival sac
  49. nasolacrimal sac
  50. inferior rectus muscle
  51. cilliary zonule
  52. bipolar cell layer
  53. incus
  54. outer ear
  55. saccule
  56. round window
  57. What type of glial cell is responsible for acting as phagocytic cells in the central nervous system?
    microglia
  58. node of ranvier

  59. Which labeled portion of the diagram corresponds to the depolarization of the axon?
    B
  60. horizontal
  61. optic chiasm
  62. vestibulocochlear nerve
  63. septum pellucidum
  64. falx cerebelli

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