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Which are the two classes of cells that we find in the nervous system?
a) Neurons and glia b) Neurons and grey matter c) Glia cells and white matter d) Neurons and kidney
What's the name of the connection between neurons?
a) Neurotransmitter b) Nerves c) Synapses d) Meninges
What's the name given to the chemical that transmits a nerve impulse across the synaptic cleft from one neuron to the next?
a) Glia cell b) Sodium c) Potassium d) Neurotransmitter
Which bones protect the central nervous system from injury?
a) Skull and spinal column b) Skull and fibula c) Skull and spinal cord d) Spinal cord and spinal column
What are the main parts of the central nervous system?
a) Spinal column and brain b) Encephalon and spinal cord c) Encephalon and brain d) Brain and spinal cord
Which is the biggest part of the encephalon?
a) The nerves b) The cerebellum c) The spinal cord d) The brain
What's the grey matter?
a) The axons of the neurons b) The axons of the glia cells c) The bodies of the neurons d) The dendrites of the neurons
What's the white matter?
a) The axons and dendrites of the neurons b) The axons of the glia cells c) The bodies of the neurons d) The bodies of the glia cells
Where can we find the grey matter in the spinal cord?
a) In the outside b) In the left c) In the inside d) In the right
Where can we find the grey matter in the brain?
a) In the inside b) In the outside c) Under the brain d) On the top of the brain
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