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Parts of the nervous system

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									Nervous System reviewer
        Classify the following:
Write
A- central nervous system
B- peripheral nervous system
C- autonomic nervous system

1.carries all the messages sent between the
  central nervous system and the rest of the
  body
  B
        Classify the following:
Write
A- central nervous system
B- peripheral nervous system
C- autonomic nervous system

2. consists of the brain and the spinal cord

   A
       Classify the following:
Write
A- central nervous system
B- peripheral nervous system
C- autonomic nervous system

3.controls involuntary activity such as the
  action of the heart and glands, breathing,
  digestive processes, and reflex actions
   C
Identify the following:
            Write:
            A- cerebrum
            B- cerebellum
            C- brain stem

            1. C. brain stem
Identify the following:
            Write:
            A- cerebrum
            B- cerebellum
            C- brain stem

            2. A. cerebrum
Identify the following:
            Write:
            A- cerebrum
            B- cerebellum
            C- brain stem

            3. B. cerebellum
               True or False:
   Joy’s doctor prescribed her antibiotics
   for a week due to persistent skin allergy.
   After a week, she still takes the same
   medicine thinking that it will suppress
   her allergy from attacking again.
1. Improper use of antibiotics often leads to
   deafness. Therefore it destroys the sensory
   neurons/receptors in the ears that receive
   sound waves.
True
              True or False:
   Joy’s doctor prescribed her antibiotics
   for a week due to persistent skin allergy.
   After a week, she still takes the same
   medicine thinking that it will suppress
   her allergy from attacking again.
2. If she becomes deaf, she can’t “interpret”
   the sound. Sound does not reach her
   cerebellum.
False
                True or False:
   Christopher suffered from spinal cord
   injury after his car accident. This
   rendered him immobile and impaired his
   sensations.

3. He cannot distinguish whether a substance
   is cold or hot. His injury affected his parietal
   lobe.

True
             True or False:
  Christopher suffered from spinal cord
  injury after his car accident. This
  rendered him immobile and impaired his
  sensations.

4. The accident caused him immobile. This
   severely affected his cerebellum.

True
              True or False:
  Christopher suffered from spinal cord
  injury after his car accident. This
  rendered him immobile and impaired his
  sensations.

5. He cries everytime he remembers the
   happy days when his body was still able.
   This is stimulated by brain stem.

False
               True or False:
     Christopher suffered from spinal cord
     injury after his car accident. This
     rendered him immobile and impaired his
     sensations.

6.     The accident numbed his senses. This
     impaired his cerebrum.

True
              True or False:
  Gwen suffered from a major stroke
  caused by high cholesterol level
  blocking her major artery in the heart.
  She has been in coma for several
  months.

7. The nerve cells in her brain will undergo
  mitosis after her coma state.
False
               True or False:
  Jonathan broke the bone in his leg after
  his basketball tournament. He is now
  recuperating from injury.

10.The cerebellum will remain functional after
   recuperating from injury.

True
              True or False:
  Jonathan broke the bone in his leg after
  his basketball tournament. He is now
  recuperating from injury.

11. This condition is an example of a reflex
   action.

False
              True or False:
  Jonathan broke the bone in his leg after
  his basketball tournament. He is now
  recuperating from injury.

12. The sensory neurons in his legs will no
   longer transmit sensation to the brain.

False
Identify the following:
            Write:
            A- frontal lobe
            B- temporal lobe
            C- occipital lobe
            D- parietal lobe

            1. B
Identify the following:
            Write:
            A- frontal lobe
            B- temporal lobe
            C- occipital lobe
            D- parietal lobe

            2. D
Identify the following:
            Write:
            A- frontal lobe
            B- temporal lobe
            C- occipital lobe
            D- parietal lobe

            3. A
Identify the following:
            Write:
            A- frontal lobe
            B- temporal lobe
            C- occipital lobe
            D- parietal lobe

            4. C
Identify the part of the cerebrum
 stimulated for the ff. situations:
                Write:
                A- frontal lobe
                B- temporal lobe
                C- occipital lobe
                D- parietal lobe

                5. The irritating smell of
                  illegal drugs is
   B              powerful enough to
                  make you hallucinate.
Identify the part of the cerebrum
 stimulated for the ff. situations:
                Write:
                A- frontal lobe
                B- temporal lobe
                C- occipital lobe
                D- parietal lobe

                6. Alyanna’s well-
                  thought-of project
 A                earned her a high
                  grade in Science.
Identify the part of the cerebrum
 stimulated for the ff. situations:
                Write:
                A- frontal lobe
                B- temporal lobe
                C- occipital lobe
                D- parietal lobe

                7. Sam’s vision became
                  blurred when she
                  accidentally bumped
 C
                  with a hard metal.
Identify the part of the cerebrum
 stimulated for the ff. situations:
                Write:
                A- frontal lobe
                B- temporal lobe
                C- occipital lobe
                D- parietal lobe

                8. Baby Nelsey
                  screamed when she
 D                touched a slimy and
                  cold object.
 Path of the Nerve Impulse

Explain how a message is transmitted
 to and from the brain by arranging
   the events in the correct order.
A. The sensory receptors in the boy’s nose are stimulated by
   the chemicals from the burning rag.
B. The nerve impulse travels from one neuron to another until
   it reaches the spinal cord.
C. The brain interprets the message as ”a rag is burning”.
D. The motor neurons send a message to the leg and arm
   muscles.
E. The sensory receptors in the boy’s eyes are stimulated by
   light from the burning rag.
F. The message is received by the brain.
G. The axon conducts the message away from the cell body.
H. The boy’s arm move to put out the fire.
I. The dendrites of a sensory neuron pick up the message and
   conduct it toward the cell body.
J. The leg muscles contract. The boy starts running toward
   the burning rag.
1/2 A. The sensory receptors in the boy’s nose are stimulated by the
    chemicals from the burning rag.
 7 B. The nerve impulse travels from one neuron to another until it
    reaches the spinal cord.
 6 C. The brain interprets the message as ”a rag is burning”.
 8 D. The motor neurons send a message to the leg and arm muscles.
1/2 E. The sensory receptors in the boy’s eyes are stimulated by light
    from the burning rag.
 5 F. The message is received by the brain.
 4 G. The axon conducts the message away from the cell body.
9/10 H. The boy’s arm move to put out the fire.
 3 I. The dendrites of a sensory neuron pick up the message and
    conduct it toward the cell body.
9/10 J. The leg muscles contract. The boy starts running toward the
    burning rag.
Identify the parts of a neuron by writing
the correct letter.

A. Axon
B. Dendrite
C. Myelin sheath
D. Cell body
                     1.
              2.




                     4.


A.   Axon                 3.
B.   Dendrite
C.   Myelin sheath
D.   Cell body
           1.
      2.




           4.
1.C
2.A             3.
3.B
4.D
Write
A. true
B. false

  5. The role of the axon is to receive
     messages.

   B
Write
A. true
B. false

  6. The role of the dendrite is to send
     messages.


        B
Write
A. true
B. false

  7. The neurotransmitters are the
     chemicals that go between neurons.


    A
Write
A. true
B. false

  8. A synapse is the longer part of the
     neuron, extending out from the cell
     body.

   B
Write
A. true
B. false

  9. Another name for neuron is nerve cell.


     A
Write
A. true
B. false

10. A sensory neuron receives messages
   from the brain and spinal cord that
   enable movement of muscles in
   various parts of the body.

   A
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