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COMPLETION Complete each of the following statements. 1.____________________ our conscious interpretation of

Question : COMPLETION Complete each of the following statements. 1.____________________ our conscious interpretation of : 1417050

 

COMPLETION

Complete each of the following statements.

1.____________________ is our conscious interpretation of the external world as created by the brain from a pattern of nerve impulses delivered to it from sensory receptors.

2.An incoming pathway for subconscious information derived from the stomach is called a(n) ____________________ afferent, whereas an incoming pathway for information propagated to the conscious levels of the brain is called a(n) ____________________ afferent.

3.A generator potential in a receptor begins with the influx of ____________________ ions into the cell.

4.____________________ refers to the phenomenon by which a stimulus of the same intensity does not elicit a receptor potential of the same magnitude.

5.Each sensory neuron responds to stimulus information within its ____________________, which is a circumscribed region of the skin surface surrounding it.

6.____________________ are the receptors that experience the least amount of adaptation.

7.____________________, a neurotransmitter unique to pain fibers, is released from afferent pain terminals.

8.The intensity of a stimulus is coded by the ____________________ of the action potentials sent along the related afferent neuron.

9.____________________ attach the lens to the ciliary body.

10.Light is a form of electromagnetic radiation composed of particle-like individual packets of energy called ____________________ that travel in wavelike fashion.

 

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