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Can you check my answers? 1. C 2. E 3. G 4. A 5. D 6. J 7. B 8. F 9. I 10. H

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For questions 1-10, fill in the blank with the letter of the description that best matches the term. Descriptions A. A type of neuron that sends information away from the central nervous system to muscles or glands B. A type of neuron that sends information from the sensory receptors toward the central nervous system C. Long fibers that carry signals away from the cell body D. The fatty material surrounding some axons E. Short, highly branched fibers that carry signals toward the cell body F. Gaps in the myelin sheath G. The space between two cells H. A type of neuron that sends information between sensory and motor neurons I. The reversal of the electrical potential in the plasma membrane of a neuron J. A type of chemical released from the tip of an axon into the synaptic cleft when a nerve impulse arrives 1. Axon (1 point) 2. Dendrite (1 point) 3. Synaptic cleft (1 point) 4. Efferent neuron (1 point) 5. Myelin sheath (1 point) 6. Neurotransmitter (1 point) 7. Afferent neuron (1 point) 8. Node of Ranvier (1 point) 9. Action potential (1 point) 10. Interneuron (1 point)
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#8 is actually F. Here's an article:
And #3 is actually G. The synapse is the space in between two neurons.
Right. Girl.On.Fire actually has all the right answers posted, already.
Yeah she is right i just took that class.

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