ap lab 4-4

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  1. What do we call neuronal processes that carry receptors for neurotransmitters and that transmit membrane potentials toward the neuronal cell body?
    dendrites
  2. What type of glial cell is responsible for myelinating axons in the central nervous system?
    oligodendrocyte
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    oligodendrocyte
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    nissl bodies
  5. In the PhysioEx exercise, what was the effect of lidocaine on the nerve?
    inhibition
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    corpora quadrigemina
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    optic chiasm
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    lacrimal canaliculus
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    pupil
  10. What are clusters of neuronal cell bodies in the peripheral nervous system called?
    ganglia
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    post-synaptic membrane
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    Which labeled portion of the diagram corresponds to the depolarization of the axon?
    B
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    parietal
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    pons
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    spinal cord
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    cornea
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    axon terminals
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    synaptic cleft
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    Which labeled portion of the diagram corresponds to the resting potential of the axon?
    A
  20. In the PhysioEx exercise, what was the effect of lidocaine on the nerve?
    inhibition
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    oculomotor nerve
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    Is the indicated cranial nerve sensory only, motor only, or both sensory and motor?
    both
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    arachnoid mater
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    tentorium cerebelli
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    lacrimal punctum
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    medial rectus muscle
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    semicircular canals
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    cochlear duct
  29. What do we call neuronal processes that carry receptors for neurotransmitters and that transmit membrane potentials toward the neuronal cell body?
    dendrites
  30. What type of glial cell is responsible for acting as phagocytic cells in the central nervous system?
    microglia
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    trigeminal nerve
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    central canal
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    scalp
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    facial nerve
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    falx cerebri
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    filum terminal
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    arachnoid mater
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    astrocyte
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    transverse fissure
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    optic tract
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    pia mater
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    lumbar spinal nerves
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    lateral horn
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    cornea
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    frontal
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    fornix
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    central canal
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    dorsal root
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    palpebral conjunctiva
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    spiral ganglion
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    superior colliculus
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    septum pellucidum
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    basilar membrane
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    olfactory bulb
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    posterior horn of lateral ventricle
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    medulla oblongata
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    accessory nerve
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    dura mater
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    dendrite
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    anterior segment
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    crista galli
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    hypothalamus
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