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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
  3. oligodendrocyte
  4. nissl bodies
  5. In the PhysioEx exercise, what was the effect of lidocaine on the nerve?
    inhibition
  6. corpora quadrigemina
  7. optic chiasm
  8. lacrimal canaliculus
  9. pupil
  10. What are clusters of neuronal cell bodies in the peripheral nervous system called?
    ganglia
  11. post-synaptic membrane

  12. Which labeled portion of the diagram corresponds to the depolarization of the axon?
    B
  13. parietal
  14. pons
  15. spinal cord
  16. cornea
  17. axon terminals
  18. synaptic cleft

  19. 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
  21. oculomotor nerve

  22. Is the indicated cranial nerve sensory only, motor only, or both sensory and motor?
    both
  23. arachnoid mater
  24. tentorium cerebelli
  25. lacrimal punctum
  26. medial rectus muscle
  27. semicircular canals
  28. 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
  31. trigeminal nerve
  32. central canal
  33. scalp
  34. facial nerve
  35. falx cerebri
  36. filum terminal
  37. arachnoid mater
  38. astrocyte
  39. transverse fissure
  40. optic tract
  41. pia mater
  42. lumbar spinal nerves
  43. lateral horn
  44. cornea
  45. frontal
  46. fornix
  47. central canal
  48. dorsal root
  49. palpebral conjunctiva
  50. spiral ganglion
  51. superior colliculus
  52. septum pellucidum
  53. basilar membrane
  54. olfactory bulb
  55. posterior horn of lateral ventricle
  56. medulla oblongata
  57. accessory nerve
  58. dura mater
  59. dendrite
  60. anterior segment
  61. crista galli
  62. hypothalamus

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