Chapter 28 Biology 102

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  1. Is the conduction of signals from sensory receptors, such as light-detecting cells of the eye, to the CSN.
  2. Is the analysis and interpretation of the sensory signals and the formulation of interpretation of the sensory signals and the formulation of appropriate responses.
  3. Is the conduction of signals from the integration center to the effector cell.
  4. Are the relatively short-lived activated cells that defend the body in an immune response.
  5. Are junctions where signals are transmitted between two neurons or between neurons and effector cells.
  6. Is composed mainly of axons (with their whitish myelin sheaths).
  7. Consists mainly of nerve cell bodies and dendrites.
  8. Facilitates communication between the hemispheres, enabling them to process information together.
  9. Is a mosaic of specialized, interactive regions.
  10. Is the region of the cerebral cortex involved in the planning, control, and execution of voluntary movements
  11. The Somatosensory cortex is the?
  12. Are sites of higher mental activities.
  13. What is Lateralization?
  14. Convey signals from sensory receptors into the CNS.
  15. Located entirely within the CNS. They integrate data and then relay appropriate signals to other interneurons or to motor neurons.
  16. Convey signals from the CNS to effector cells.
  17. Electrical synapse
  18. a neurotransmitter, the neurotransmitter crosses the synaptic cleft, and the neurotransmitter binds to a specific receptor on the surface of the receiving (postsynaptic) cell.
  19. The signal can go only one way at any one synapse because only the sending neuron releases neurotransmitter, and only the receiving cell has receptors for the neurotransmitter.
  20. Neurotransmitters are nitrogen-containing small molecules
  21. For a neurotransmitter to be affected by an specific neurotransmitter it has to have specific receptors for that neurotransmitter?
  22. Is important in the brain and at synapses between motor neurons and muscles cells.
  23. Is an amino acid which acts as a neurotransmitter in the central nervous system.
  24. Dopamine is?
  25. Nitric oxid is?
  26. Conducts data to and from other brain centers; helps maintain homoeostasis; coordinates body movement.
  27. What does the Medulla Oblongata do?
  28. Control breathing
  29. Receives and integrates auditory data; coordinates visual reflexes; sends sensory data to higher brain centers.
  30. Coordinates body movement; plays role in learning and remembering motor responses.
  31. Serves as input center for sensory data going to the cerebrum, output center for motor responses leaving the cerebrum; sorts clocks.
  32. Function as homeostatic control center; controls pituitary gland; serves as biological clock.
  33. The cerebrum?

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