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  1. SYNAPSE JEOPARDY BrainU 101, 2015 University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN

  2. Instructions • Split the group into two teams that will be presented with a table similar to: • The first team chooses a category value. The leader clicks on the selection to bring up the definition and the team tries to identify the correct concept. • If the team fails to answer correctly, the other team gets one opportunity to answer. If neither team guesses correctly, those points are not awarded. • The team with the correct answer wins the number of points on the chart. Play continues until time runs out or all items on the board have been selected. • The team with the most accumulated points wins!

  3. Synapse Jeopardygame board

  4. Neuron Parts100 points • The neuronal process that sends the signal or message away from the cell body toward target cells or neurons. Click here to reveal the correct concept Click to return to the table

  5. Neuron Parts100 points • The neuronal process that sends the signal or message away from the cell body toward target cells or neurons. Axon Click to return to the table

  6. Neuron Parts200 points • The bulbous part of the neuron, also called the soma, that contains the nucleus. Click here to reveal the correct concept Click to return to the table

  7. Neuron Parts200 points • The bulbous part of the neuron, also called the soma, that contains the nucleus. Cell Body Click to return to the table

  8. Neuron Parts300 points • Tree-like extension of the neuronal cell body; receives chemical neurotransmitter signals or messages from other neurons. Click here to reveal the correct concept Click to return to the table

  9. Neuron Parts300 points • Tree-like extension of the neuronal cell body; receives chemical neurotransmitter signals or messages from other neurons. Dendrite Click to return to the table

  10. Synapse Macro Structure100 points • The neuron that releases the neurotransmitter. Click here to reveal the correct concept Click to return to the table

  11. Synapse Macro Structure100 points • The neuron that releases the neurotransmitter. Pre-synaptic Neuron Click to return to the table

  12. Synapse Macro Structure200 points • The neuron whose dendrites receive the neurotransmitter. Click here to reveal the correct concept Click to return to the table

  13. Synapse Macro Structure200 points • The neuron whose dendrites receive the neurotransmitter. Post-synaptic Neuron Click to return to the table

  14. Synapse Macro Structure300 points • The space between neurons across which neurotransmitters diffuse. Click here to reveal the correct concept Click to return to the table

  15. Synapse Macro Structure300 points • The space between neurons across which neurotransmitters diffuse. Synaptic Cleft Click to return to the table

  16. Synapse Micro Structure100 points • A chemical, released by nerve terminals at a synapse, that crosses the synapse carrying information from the nerve terminal (pre-synaptic cell) to the dendrite (post-synaptic cell). Click here to reveal the correct concept Click to return to the table

  17. Synapse Micro Structure100 points • A chemical, released by nerve terminals at a synapse, that crosses the synapse carrying information from the nerve terminal (pre-synaptic cell) to the dendrite (post-synaptic cell). Neurotransmitter Click to return to the table

  18. Synapse Micro Structure200 points • A special molecule on a dendrite that tastes each specific neurotransmitter. Click here to reveal the correct concept Click to return to the table

  19. Synapse Micro Structure200 points • A special molecule on a dendrite that tastes each specific neurotransmitter. Receptor Click to return to the table

  20. Synapse Micro Structure300 points • Membrane-bound compartment which contains neurotransmitters. It releases its content into the synaptic cleft. Click here to reveal the correct concept Click to return to the table

  21. Synapse Micro Structure300 points • Membrane-bound compartment which contains neurotransmitters. It releases its content into the synaptic cleft. Synaptic Vesicle Click to return to the table

  22. Neuronal Signals100 points • The place where one neuron connects to another. It includes the nerve terminal of the first neuron, the place on the second neuron with receptors, and the space between them. Click here to reveal the correct concept Click to return to the table

  23. Neuronal Signals 100 points • The place where one neuron connects to another. It includes the nerve terminal of the first neuron, the place on the second neuron with receptors, and the space between them. Synapse Click to return to the table

  24. Neuronal Signals 200 points • An electrical signal that travels along the axon, away from the cell body to the axon terminal where it triggers the release of neurotransmitters. Click here to reveal the correct concept Click to return to the table

  25. Neuronal Signals 200 points • An electrical signal that travels along the axon, away from the cell body to the axon terminal where it triggers the release of neurotransmitters. Action Potential Click to return to the table

  26. Neuronal Signals 300 points • The set of neurons that are connected in sequence to produce a sensation, behavior, or function. Click here to reveal the correct concept Click to return to the table

  27. Neuronal Signals 300 points • The set of neurons that are connected in sequence to produce a sensation, behavior, or function. Neural Circuit Click to return to the table

  28. Synapse Jeopardy game board KEY