1. At what point does the nerve cell strip switch to represent the opposite side of the body?
- Pons (bridge)
- Lower motorneurone
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2. What do a train of action potentials create?
- Tetanic contraction
- A sequence of twitches
- A muscle twitch
- Graded contractions
3. A single neuron through the nerve can...
- Cause many movements
- Interact with many muscle fibres
- Interact with a single muscle fibre
- Cause a single movement
4. Are lower motorneurones (in the peripheral nerves) spontaneously active?
- No, they receive input from upper motorneurons, sensory neurons and neurons that control posture
- Yes, aswell as receiving input from other neurons they can also initiate movements
5. What is duchenne muscular dystrophy caused by abnormalities in?