Quiz for PSB 3002 - Biological Bases of Behavior at Florida Atlantic (FAU)

Quiz Information

Material Type:Quiz 1
Class:PSB 3002 - Biological Bases of Behavior
University:Florida Atlantic University
Term:Spring 2005
  • Split-Brain Operation
  • Terminal Button
  • Myelination
  • Multipolar Neurons
  • Axoplasmic Transport
  • Node of Ranvier
  • Split Brain
  • Hyperpolarization
  • Dendritic Spine
  • Sensory Nerves
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Biological Bases of Behavior : Quiz 1 1. Most postsynaptic potentials produced by transmitter substances are terminated by a. acetylcholinesterase. b. reuptake. c. enzymatic deactivation. d. autoreceptors. 2. A brief, rapid reversal of the membrane potential from negative to positive and back is indicative of a. an action potential. b. neuronal death. c. sustained membrane reversal. d. a hyperpolarization. 3. The split-brain operation is performed to a. promote learning of a foreign language. b. increase neuronal activity. c. decrease epileptic seizures. d. determine if females are left-brained. 4. Microtubules a. carry electrical messages within the neuron. b. act like dendrites within the cell. c. provide external physical support to neurons. d. transport substances within a cell. 5. In a(n) _______ neuron, the somatic membrane projects one axon and many dendrites. a. bipolar b. multipolar c. unipolar d. apolar ...

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