Chapter 7 The Other Sensory Systems. Audition. Our senses have evolved to allow us to detect and interpret biologically useful information from our environment . However, we do not detect all sensory information in the world. Some sensory information lies beyond our ability to detect it.
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The Nervous System. Millions of interconnected neurons form the nervous system Human nervous system two major parts: central nervous system and peripheral nervous system. Central Nervous System. Brain Spinal cord. Peripheral Nervous System. All neurons outside the CNS
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Intro to Psychology. Neurophysiology, Neuroanatomy. The Brain. The brain is a combination of two types of cells, glial cells and neurons The brain consists of 100 billion neurons and 10 12 total cells. Neurons. Cells in the brain that communicate with each other
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Designing and Constructing a Set of Fundamental Cell Models: Application to Cardiac Disease. James B.Bassingthwaighte University of Washington Seattle. Physiome and Physiome Project.
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Plus: The Neuromuscular Junction: where it all happens: This IS Muscle Physiology !. Those Myofiloments : How They Move: The Basis of Muscle Contraction. Figure 11.4. The Case of the Shrinking Sarcomere.
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Neural Integration. Chapter 15. Introduction. Through the chapters covered to date we have looked at the nervous system from its component pieces However, our nervous system typically acts as an integrated whole, gathering sensory inputs, processing information and effecting a motor response
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The Nervous System Fig 9-1 Types of Neurons fig 9.5 Sensory Neuron Interneuron or association neuron And Motor Neuron A Typical Motor Neuron fig 9.3 Myelin Sheath fig 9.4 Schwann Cell Wrapping an Axon Types of Glial cells in the CNS fig 9.2 The difference between an NERVE
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Introduction to the pharmacology of CNS drugs. Domina Petric , MD. I. Ion channels and neurotransmitter receptors. The membranes of nerve cells contain two types of channels :. Voltage - gated channels.
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General Intestinal Histology. Activities of the Gastrointestinal Tract. Motility Secretion Digestion Absorption. Intestinal Autonomic Nervous System. Parasympathetic Nervous System. Vagovagal or Long reflex. The Enteric Nervous System. Peptide Secretion. Criteria for GI Hormones.
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Understanding 12 Lead EKGs A Practical Approach Brenda M. Beasley, RN, BS, EMT- Paramedic Michael C. West, RN, MS, EMT- Paramedic Chapter 3 Basic Electrophysiology Basic Electrophysiology Objectives State the two basic myocardial cell groups
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Chapter 49. Table of Contents. Section 1 Neurons and Nerve Impulses. Section 1 Neurons and Nerve Impulses. Chapter 49. What is a neuron?. The scientific name for a nerve cell is made up of a cell body, dendrites, and axons.
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How is the nervous system organized?. General structure of a neurone. Neurone structure. What happens during the resting state?. Understanding resting potential. Action potential. What happens during an action potential?. Changes during an action potential. How does the axon change?.
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Synaptic transmission. Communication between neurons and other body cells: Other neurons, glands, and muscles. Chemical communication. Neurotransmitters Neuromodulators and ectopic synapses Hormones Pheromones. Structure of the synapse. Terminal button and presynaptic membrane
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