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Nerve Tissues Quiz:

 

1. Which of these terms represents clusters of nerve cell bodies located outside the CNS?

Nuclei
Cell bodies
Ganglia
Neuroglia

 

2. Which of these terms represents clusters of nerve cell bodies located within the CNS?

Nuclei
Cell bodies
Ganglia
Neuroglia

 

3. Which of these structures receives “incoming” energy information for a neuron?

Dendrite
Axon
Axonal sheath
Dendritic terminals

 

4. Which of these structures transmits “outgoing” energy information for a neuron?

Dendrite
Axon
Axonal sheath
Dendritic terminals

 

5. Which of these cells are the supporting cells of the NS?

Neurons
Ganglia
Nuclei
Neuroglia

 

6. Which term refers to neurons that have one short process that extends from their cell body and divides into sections?

Unipolar
Bipolar
Multipolar
Segmental

 

7. Which term refers to neurons that have two processes extending from their cell body?

Unipolar
Bipolar
Multipolar
Segmental

 

8. Which term refers to neurons that have one axon and multiple dendrites extending from their cell body?

Unipolar
Bipolar
Multipolar
Segmental

 

9. Which of these refers to neurons that carry impulses towards the CNS?

Afferent
Efferent
Internuncial
Obligatory

 

MATCH THE STATEMENT WITH THE BEST ANSWER CHOICE FOR QUESTIONS 10-12:

 

10. Bundles of nerve fibers.

Motor neuron
Internuncial neuron
Bipolar
Fascicle
Efferent neuron

 

11. A neuron that connects “incoming” with “outgoing”.

Motor neuron
Internuncial neuron
Bipolar
Fascicle
Efferent neuron

 

12. A neuron with one axon and one dendrite.

Motor neuron
Internuncial neuron
Bipolar
Fascicle
Efferent neuron

 

MATCH THE STATEMENT WITH THE BEST ANSWER CHOICE FOR QUESTIONS 13-15:

 

13. The CT sheath that surrounds one nerve fiber.

Motor neuron
Perineurium
Endoneurium
Unipolar neuron
Sensory neuron

 

14. CT that binds groups of nerve fibers together.

Motor neuron
Perineurium
Endoneurium
Unipolar neuron
Sensory neuron

 

15. A neuron that receives “incoming” information.

Motor neuron
Perineurium
Endoneurium
Unipolar neuron
Sensory neuron

 

NOTE: You are responsible forvisual identification of the microslides of various neural tissues and cells.Practical applications such as these are an inherent part of each laboratoryactivity and exam.