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Question 1: The ________ has a huge number of synapses.
Grey matterHuman brainProsencephalonWhite matter

Question 2: [12] To observe the structure of individual neurons, Cajal used a silver staining method developed by his rival, ________.
Charles Louis Alphonse LaveranCamillo GolgiSantiago Ramón y CajalRobert Bárány

Question 3: ________, neurons with both ends linked to alpha motor neurons.
Renshaw cellAstrocyteGamma motoneuronInterneuron

Question 4: ________ (axon hillock, axon terminals, axoplasm, axolemma, neurofibril/neurofilament)
Nervous systemNeuronSchwann cellAxon

Question 5: In fact, however, the two most common neurotransmitters in the brain, ________ and GABA, have actions that are largely consistent.
GlutamineNitrous oxideDizocilpineGlutamic acid

Question 6: ________ have single axons several meters in length running along the entire length of their necks.
HippopotamusGreater KuduGiraffeSteenbok

Question 7: The soma is usually about 10–25 micrometers in diameter and often is not much larger than the ________ it contains.
Cell (biology)Cell nucleusMitochondrionEndomembrane system

Question 8: The disintegration is dependent on Ubiquitin and ________ proteases (caused by influx of calcium ion), suggesting that axonal degeneration is an active process.
CalpainCaspase 2CaspaseThe Proteolysis Map

Question 9: The axon terminal contains synapses, specialized structures where ________ chemicals are released in order to communicate with target neurons.
DopamineNeuromodulationOxytocinNeurotransmitter

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  SMI32-stained pyramidal neurons in cerebral cortex.
  Drawing of a Purkinje cell in the cerebellum cortex done by Santiago Ramón y Cajal, clearly demonstrating the power of Golgi's staining method to reveal fine detail
  Drawing of a Purkinje cell in the cerebellum cortex done by Santiago Ramón y Cajal, clearly demonstrating the power of Golgi's staining method to reveal fine detail
  Drawing of a Purkinje cell in the cerebellum cortex done by Santiago Ramón y Cajal, clearly demonstrating the power of Golgi's staining method to reveal fine detail







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