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Transcript
Neuron Label
Word Bank
Dendrite
Myelin Sheath
Node of Ranvier
Axon
Chromatophilic Substance
(x2)Microglial Cells
Astrocyte
Nucleus
NAME____________________________________________ Period_____________
NERVOUS SYSTEM WORKSHEET
1. There are three different kinds of neurons or nerve cells. Match each kind with its function.
Motor neuron
Sensory Neuron
Kind of Neuron
Relay Neuron
Function
The nerve cell that carries impulses
from a sense receptor
to the brain or spinal cord.
The nerve cell that connects sensory
and motor neurons
The nerve cell that transmits
impulses from the brain
or spinal cord to a muscle or gland
2. Match the descriptions in the table below with the terms in the list.
Synapse
Axon
Myeline sheath
Nerve impulse
Sense receptor
Response Reflex
Cell Body
Dendrite
Nerve
Neurotransmitter
Axon terminal
Term
Description
The long fiber that carries the nerve impulses.
A bundle of axons.
The connection between adjacent neurons.
The chemical secreted into the gap between
neurons at a synapse.
A rapid automatic response to a stimulus.
The covering of fatty material that speeds up
the passage of nerve impulses.
The structure at the end of an axon that
produces neurotransmitters to transmit the
nerve impulse across the synapse.
The high speed signals that pass along the
axons of nerve cells.
The branching filaments that conduct nerve
impulses towards the cell.
The sense organ or cells that receive stimuli
from within and outside the body.
The reaction to a stimulus by a muscle or
gland.
The part of the nerve cell containing the
nucleus.