Question: 1.Gray Matter Consists Of A. Axons And Especially The Myelin Surrounding The Axons. B. Sensory Neurons Bring Information To The Brain. C, Motor Neurons Sending Information From The Brain D. Cell Bodies Of Neurons 2. (Ch.9.4; The Spinal Cord) The Dorsal Half Of The Spinal Cord A. Contains Gray Matter, Not Whit Matter B. Contains Cells That Directly Project …

Question: 1.Gray Matter Consists Of A. Axons And Especially The Myelin Surrounding The Axons. B. Sensory Neurons Bring Information To The Brain. C, Motor Neurons Sending Information From The Brain D. Cell Bodies Of Neurons 2. (Ch.9.4; The Spinal Cord) The Dorsal Half Of The Spinal Cord A. Contains Gray Matter, Not Whit Matter B. Contains Cells That Directly Project …

1.Gray matter consists of

a. Axons and especially the myelin surrounding the axons.

b. Sensory neurons bring information to the brain.

c, Motor neurons sending information from the brain

d. Cell bodies of neurons

2. (Ch.9.4; The Spinal Cord) The dorsal half of the spinalcord

a. contains gray matter, not whit matter

b. contains cells that directly project to the ventral root

c. contains white matter, not gray matter.

d. processes motor information

e. processes sensory information

3. (Ch. 9; Nervous System Anatomy) Ventral indicates

a. Towards the back of the body

b. Towards the middle of the body

c. Towards the sides of the body

d. Towards the front, or belly of the body

4. (Ch.9.4; The Spinal Cord) Which of the following structuresis used to convey motor information?

a. The part of the occipital cortex furthest to the back of thebrain

b. the dorsal white matter of the spinal cord

c. the second cranial nerve

d. the gray matter of the ventral horn in the spinal cord

e. the dorsal root ganglia near the spinal cord

5. (Ch.9.4; The Cord; Answer all that are correct.) Which of thefollowing describes the organization of the spinal cord?

a. The ascending (sensory) tracts of axons that are white matterare more lateral

b. The sensory information is the ventral side

c. The motor information is on ventral side

d. The descending (motor tracts of axons that are white matterare more medial