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Jeopardy. Nervous System Classification. Brain Anatomy 1. Brain Anatomy 2. Brain protection. Nerve impulse. Nerves. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 100. 100. 100.

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Nervous

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Classification

Brain

Anatomy

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Brain

Anatomy

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Brain

protection

Nerve

impulse

Nerves

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Final Jeopardy Question

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Category 1

500 pts

  • The 2 subdivisions of MOTOR are
  • Somatic nervous system
  • Autonomic nervous

Back

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Category 1

400 pts

Motor (efferent) division carries an impulse from _________ to ________.

  • the central nervous system (brain/spine)
  • 2. muscles / glands

Back

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Category 1

300 pts

Sensory (afferent) division carries an impulse

from ________ to ________.

  • Nerve fibers or sense organs or “senses”
  • the central nervous system (spine/brain)

Back

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Category 1

200 pts

  • The Peripheral nervous system (PNS)
  • includes:
  • Nerves outside the brain and spinal cord

Back

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Category 1

100 pts

  • The Central nervous system
  • (CNS) includes
  • Brain & Spinal cord

Back

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Category 2

500 pts

The sections of sensory & motor regions of the brain and the amount of brain “power” they “supply” to different parts of the body can be visualized using the

homunculus

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Category 2

400 pts

The surface of the brain has ridges called _________ and shallow grooves called ___________

gyri- (“ji’ re”) & sulci- “(sul’ki”)

Back

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Category 2

300 pts

Provides coordination of body movements. Takes information for inner ear & the rest of the body

Cerebellum

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Category 2

200 pts

  • Contains important control centers including:
    • a. Heart rate control
    • b. Blood pressure regulation
    • c. Breathing
    • d. Swallowing
    • e. Vomiting

Medulla Oblongata

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Category 2

100 pts

  • Helps regulate body temperature, Controls water balance & Regulates metabolism

Hypothalamus

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Category 3

500 pts

A rapid, predictable, and involuntary responses to stimuli is called a

reflex

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Category 3

400 pts

Grey matter is found where in the brain?

Outer layers

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Category 3

300 pts

The Broca’s area is involved in our ability to _____________ & is located on the _____ side of the brain only.

Speak / left

Back

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Category 3

200 pts

Fissures (deep grooves) divide the cerebrum into how many lobes?

Four (4)

Back

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Category 3

100 pts

The largest part of your brain is called the

cerebrum

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Category 4

500 pts

Brain has the least permeable

capillaries of the body which causes

Brain-blood barrier

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Category 4

400 pts

  • Attaches the Meningeal layer to the brain & is web-like

Arachnoid layer

Back

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Category 4

300 pts

The general name of the coverings

of the brain

Meninges

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Category 4

200 pts

Cerebrospinal fluid is similar in composition to

Blood plasma

Back

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Category 4

100 pts

  • This forms a watery cushion to protect the brain

Cerebrospinal fluid

Back

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Category 5

500 pts

The ability to respond to stimuli

& convert to a nerve impulse is called

Irritability

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Category 5

400 pts

The exchange of ions which initiates an

action potential in the neuron

Depolarization

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Category 5

300 pts

Impulses travel faster when fibers have a…

myelin sheath

Back

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Category 5

200 pts

Once the Nerve Impulse reaches the axon terminal neurotransmitters are released across the

Synapse / synaptic gap/ cleft

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Category 5

100 pts

The nerve impulse is also known as

Action potential

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Category 6

500 pts

  • Spider-like phagocytes which
  • Dispose of debris

Microglia or glia

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Category 6

400 pts

Name the types of cells that cover a nerve cell to increase the speed of the nerve impulse

Schwann cell

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Category 6

300 pts

In a neuron this passes the message on

axon

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Category 6

200 pts

In a neuron this part brings the message in

dendrite

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Category 6

100 pts

  • The function of a neuron is to…

Transfer impulses or messages

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Final Jeopardy

The AUTONOMIC branch of the nervous system has two (2) subdivisions, what are they?

Time is up!

You have 45 sec!

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