Ch 8

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Section 1

Question Answer
synaptic knob impulses pass fromaxon to dendrite or neuron cell body
nerve impulse conduction is faster in myelinated fibers
emotions and moods are under the control of the limbic system
neurons that carry impulses from CNS to muscle or glandsmotor neuron
memory, intellectual processes and will are functions ofassociated areas
neuron process carary impulse awayaxon
cerebrospinal fluid is secreted within ventricles bychoroid plexus
consist of brain and spinal cordcentral nervous system
encephalitis is inflammationmeninges and brain
centers for reasoning, voluntary actions, and sensations occur in thecerebrum
voluntary actions are controlled byprecentral gyri of frontal lobes
reflexes that occur without ones awarenessautonomic reflexes
autonomic regulation of homeostatis is under control ofhypothalamus
neuroglial cells that form myelin around myelinated neuron processes within CNSoligondendrocytes
coordination of body movements, balance, and posture are reflexively controlled bycerebellum
nerve impulse is conducted along neurondepolarization wave
neurons located entirely within CNSinterneurons
Not associated with formation of nerve impulsepumping out potassium ion
division of autonomic NS that prepares body for emergencysympathetic
nerve impulse transmitted up and down spinal cord bynerve tracts
not in medulla oblongatatemp control center
cerebral spinal fluid is locatedpia mater and arachnoid mater
cell bodies of spinal motor neuronsanterior horns
pathway in spinal reflexreceptor, sensory neuron, interneuron, motor neuron, effector

Section 2

Question Answer
cells producing protein fiber in conn tissuefibroblast
slow, untiring, involuntarysmooth
forms tendons and ligamentsfibrous conn tissue
Epithelium lining urinary bladdertransitional
producing waxceruminous gland
protection against bacteriastratum corneum
protect against abrasionkeratin
keep skin and hair pliablesebum
tissue characterized by contractile fibersmuscle tissue
contracts, enabling movement of bodymuscle tissue
skin is attached bysubcutaneous layer
smooth muscle: goose bumpsarrector pili muscle
conn tissue with liquid matrixblood
consisting of 2+ layersstratified epithelium
not associated with skinsynthesis of vitamin E
walls of intestine and bloodsmooth
nutrients in thedermis
protein fibers that impart great strengthcollagenous fiber
Watery perspriationeccrine sweat glands
tissue binds toghether other tissuesconn tissue proper
undergoes mitotic cell divisionstratum basale
oily secretionsebaceous gland
Protect from UVmelanin
tightly packd cellsepithelial tissue
tissue covers surface of organ/cavity/glandsepithelial

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