What two parts make up this system? Let coordinates the actions of the animal and sends messages from one part of the body to another. It is composed of the brain and the spinal cord. What is the gastrointestinal system?
E All of the above 9. The nervous systems main components are what? Explain what LTP does to enhance communication between two neurons, on the postsynaptic end. More receptors, such as AMPA receptors, are added and existing ones are sensitized via phosphorylation. Dendritic spine number and surface area is increased as well.
Explain what LTP does to enhance communication between two neurons, on the presynaptic end. If the retrograde messenger theory is correct, presynaptic cells participate in the enhancement by increasing the probability of synaptic vesicle release.
Please remember the retrograde messenger is theoretical, I just thought it should be included here Critical Thinking: Vision[ edit ] 1.
Explain why you are normally unaware of your blind spot. Stare at a bright light for 10 seconds and then stare at a white sheet of paper. What do you observe and why? You should observe a negative afterimage.
What is it that makes things "disappear" when you are staring at them at night, and how do you make them reappear? There are no rods in the fovea, so little light is picked up when you stare directly at the object. Name what rods are sensitive to and also what cones are sensitive to.
Rods are more sensitive to lower light levels, but lack color-seeing ability. Cones work in brighter light and perceive color blue, green, red.
Explain how Deadly Nightshade works Normally, the parasympathetic nervous system constricts the pupil as needed with acetylcholine. The atropine in nightshade is a competitive agonist on the same receptor as the one that accepts acetylcholine.
Hearing[ edit ] 1. Explain how the pitch of sound is coded. How is the loudness of sound coded? What do the three semicircular canals in the inner ear enable us to do?This question is available under a CC BY license.
Attribution: Rice University. Attribution: Rice University. Textbook content produced by OpenStax College is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Unported License. Human Anatomy & Physiology Extra Credit Questions; Ziser 1 Extra Credit Critical Thinking Questions (Biol Intro to A & P) Most of the following questions are designed to go a little beyond the specific knowledge you are actually accountable for in The Nervous System.
Critical thinking is a higher order of thinking: it is the practice of using a number of different advanced thinking skills in a variety of complex ways.
Critical thinking focuses on thought: it looks at how facts are proven, arguments are formed, conclusions are reached, not just what the facts, argument or conclusion may be. 4. What is hip dysphasia? Abnormal growth of the hip or elbow.
5. What are two diseases that involve the thyroid gland? Describe each disease. Hypothyroidism- Where the impaired production or distribution of the thyroid hormone.
Hyperthyroidism-excessive secretion of . CRITICAL THINKING This handout is available in an alternative format on request WHAT IS CRITICAL THINKING?
Critical thinking is a higher order of thinking: it is the practice of using a number of different advanced thinking skills in a variety of complex ways. Critical Thinking Question CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS A PAPER SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE NURS ADVANCED PATHOPHYSIOLOGY IN THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THE PRAIRIE VIEW A & M UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NURSING BY Dr.
Rose, PhD 1.