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INTERACTIVE ONLINE GAME

CREATED BY
DIYANA MARDHIAH BINTI RAZALI
NURSYAZMIN BINTI ABDUL TALIP
NOOR BAITY RAHAYU BINTI BAHARUDIN
NIK NURSYAHIDAH BINTI MOHD ROSLI
(STUDENTS OF UiTM NURSING BACHELOR)

RULE AND REGULATION

1) This game is a course requirement for BHS 410 Anatomy & Physiology II subjects.
2) This game is suitable for nursing students and other health science students.
3) This game contains 20 true and false questions, divided into easy, moderate, and hard.

4) No response time set.
5) Choose the correct answer.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After this online game, the student able to:
1) gain an understanding of the anatomy of the physiology of the central nervous system
2) enhance knowledge of the central nervous system
3) understand the primary purpose of the central nervous system

NERVOUS

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PHYSIOLOGY

QUESTION 01

The human nervous system is capable of a wide range of functions. What is the basic unit of the nervous system?

Neuron

Axon


Dendrite


QUESTION 02

Which part of the neuron is involved in sending an impulse to the synapse area or an effector?

Axon

Dendrite


Soma


QUESTION 03

Neurons that only travel from the body to the brain are called

sensory neurons

interneurons


motor neurons


QUESTION 04

Impulses that are going toward the CNS are called __________ and impulses going away from the CNS are called __________.

afferent; efferent

motor; sensory


efferent; afferent


QUESTION 05

The nervous system is composed of the ----------, ---------- and ----------.

brain, spinal cord, nerves

eye, pancreas, veins


heart, brain, kidneys


QUESTION 06

Maintain stable internal condition example includes fever and vomiting.

Homeostasis

Epidermis


Telekinesis


QUESTION 07

__________ neuron carry messages to the central nervous system.

Sensory

Motor


Response


QUESTION 08

Automatic life functions such as heartbeat and breathing are centred in the:

Limbic system


Cerebellum


Brain stem

QUESTION 09

The part of the neuron that takes in and receives messages is called the

synapse


axon


dendrite

QUESTION 10

Any message that is sent by the body or the brain using neurons is called an

stimulus


synapse


impulse

QUESTION 11

Whose job is it to carry nerve impulses away from a cell body in a neuron?

Axons

Dendrites


Spinal cord


QUESTION 12

Once a gated channel is open, and positive ions will enter through the channels to get inside the neuron. Which of the following can cause the gated channels to open?

Stimulus

Dendrite


Synapse


QUESTION 13

Which of the following statements is true?

An action potential occurs if there are more sodium ions than potassium ions inside an axon.

An action potential occurs if the membrane goes from +30 mV to –70 mV.


An action potential occurs if there are more potassium ions than sodium ions inside an axon.


QUESTION 14

What is the function of the nervous system?

Send and receive messages to respond to a change in an organism-environment

Brings oxygen into the body


Moves body part


QUESTION 15

Since depolarization results in positive ions entering the neuron, there will be a voltage change. Which of the following correctly depicts the voltage value going from a resting neuron to a depolarized neuron?

+10 mV to +30 mV


–70 mV to 0 mV

+30 mV to –70 mV


QUESTION 16

When discussing a neuron's activity, we discuss graded potentials and action potentials. A graded potential arises in all of the following EXCEPT

somas


axons

dendrites


QUESTION 17

Which of the following would be the best and most accurate way of describing an action potential?

If there are enough stimuli, the sodium ion channels (gates) will open simultaneously within the axon.


If there are enough stimuli, the sodium ion changes (gates) will open in succession down an axon.

If there are enough stimuli, the sodium ion channels (gates) will open only in the dendrite area. There have to be additional stimuli to get the channels to open in the axon area.


QUESTION 18

Hyperpolarization of a neuron occurs when the inside becomes more negatively charged than at a potential resting value. Which of the following will NOT cause hyperpolarization?

Massive entrance of sodium ions into the axon


Massive entrance of chloride ions into the axon


Massive entrance of sodium ions into the axon

QUESTION 19

Bundle of wire-like nerves threaded through the backbones, through which electrical messages travel between the brain and body.

Neuron


Nerves


Spinal cord

QUESTION 20

Which of the following statements is FALSE?

If the stimulus reaches the threshold level, depolarization will occur.


If the stimulus does not reach the threshold level, depolarization will not occur.


If the stimulus almost reaches the threshold level, depolarization will only occur halfway down the axon.

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