Flashcards in Chapter 13- Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, And Spinal Reflexes Deck (48)
The central nervous system consists of the...
Brain and spinal cord
In the peripheral nervous system,...
1. Neuron cell bodies are located in ganglia
2. Spinal nerves connect to the spinal cord
3. Cranial nerves connect to the brain
The axons of motor neurons that extend into the periphery to control somatic and visceral effectors are contained in a pair of...
The regions of the spinal cord that are based on the regions of the vertebral column are...
Cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and sacral
The cervical enlargement of the spinal cord supplies nerves to the...
Shoulder girdle and arms
If cerebrospinal fluid was withdrawn during a spinal tap, a needle would be inserted into the...
The white matter of the spinal cord contains...
Large numbers of myelinated and unmyelinated axons
The meninx that is firmly bound to neural tissue and deep to the other meninges is the...
The area of the spinal cord that surrounds the central canal and is dominated by the cell bodies of neurons and glial cells is the...
The posterior gray horns of the spinal cord contains...
Somatic and visceral sensory nuclei
The delicate connective tissue fibers that surround individual axons of spinal nerves comprise a layer called the...
The branches of the cervical plexus innervate the muscles of the...
Neck and extend into the thoracic cavity to control the diaphragm
The brachial plexus innervates the...
Shoulder girdle and arm
Divergence is the "neural circuit" that permits...
The broad distribution of a specific input
When sensory information is relayed from one part of the brain to another, the pattern is called...
The final step involved in a neural reflex is...
A response by an effector
The goals of information processing during a neural reflex are selection of...
An appropriate motor response and the activation of specific motor neurons
Reflexes arcs in which sensory stimulus and the motor response occur on the same side of the body are...
The basic motor patterns of innate reflexes are...
A professional skier making a rapid, automatic adjustment in body position while racing is an example of an.........reflex.
When a sensory neuron synapses directly on a motor neuron, which itself serves as the processing center, the reflex is called an.........reflex.
The sensory receptors in the stretch Reflex are the...
When one set of motor neurons is stimulated, those controlling antagonistic muscles are inhibited. This statement illustrates the principle of...
All polysynaptic reflexes share the same basic characteristics, which include...
1. They involve pools of interneurons
2. They are intersegmental in distribution
3. They involve reciprocal inhibition
As descending inhibitory synapses develop,...
The Babinski response disappears
The highest level of motor control involves a series of interactions that occur...
In centers in the brain that can modulate or build upon reflexive motor patterns
The designation C3 relative to the spinal cord refers to the third...
The specialized membranes that provide physical stability and shock absorption are the...
Spinal nerves are classified as mixed nerves because they contain...
Both sensory and motor fibers