Nervous Tissue

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Question # 1 The basic cells that the body uses for rapid communication and control are

    A) neurons.
    B) neuroglia.
    C) chondrocytes.
    D) formed elements.
    E) nerves.

Question # 2 Accessory cells in nervous tissue are called

    A) neurons.
    B) neuroglia.
    C) chondrocytes.
    D) formed elements.
    E) nerves.

Question # 3 Outgoing messages are conducted by

    A) an axon.
    B) any process that is long enough to reach the receptor.
    C) numerous dendrites.
    D) the intervention of the neuroglia.
    E) chondrocytes.

Question # 4 Clusters of neuronal processes are called

    A) dendrites.
    B) chondrocytes.
    C) neuroglia.
    D) nerves.
    E) axons.

Question # 5 Receptors transmit to the central nervous system by way of

    A) sensory neurons.
    B) neuroglia.
    C) dendrites only.
    D) motor neurons.
    E) axons only.

Question # 6 Impulses are received by nerve cells through

    A) an axon.
    B) any process that is long enough to reach the receptor.
    C) numerous dendrites.
    D) the intervention of the neuroglia.
    E) chondrocytes.