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Electrical Signals in Animals

Electrical Signals in Animals

Electrical Signals in Animals. Chapter 45. Nerve net. (a) Hydra (cnidarian). Nervous Systems. Consist of circuits of neurons and supporting cells All animals except sponges have some type of nervous system Differ in the way that the neurons are organized into circuits

By jana
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EECS150 Fall 2000 Lab6 - Nasty Realities by Sammy Sy

EECS150 Fall 2000 Lab6 - Nasty Realities by Sammy Sy

EECS150 Fall 2000 Lab6 - Nasty Realities by Sammy Sy. Don’t let the title scare you. Even though the final project might be nasty, this lab is not. Sections. Some information on the electrical components in this lab Capacitance vs Propagation delay Reflection and Termination

By dyani
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The Basic – Sound, Electrical Signal,

The Basic – Sound, Electrical Signal,

The Basic – Sound, Electrical Signal, . Dr. Farid Farahmand CET 533. Sound. What is Sound? Periodic variation in air pressure Travels through media with different speed – air, metal, wood, etc. Sound waves Pressure waves that vibrate molecules in a medium

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CH 15 & 16

CH 15 & 16

CH 15 & 16. Waves. Section 1 & 2 Objectives. Explain how forces cause waves Explain how waves transfer energy Classify wave types Calculate a wave’s speed Identify properties of waves. The Basics. Waves transfer ENERGY and are caused by FORCES. PARTS OF A WAVE.

By july
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Sound is a wave

Sound is a wave

Sound is a wave. S8P4 a: Identify the characteristics of electromagnetic and mechanical waves. S8P4 d: Describe how the behavior of waves is affected by medium (such as air, water, solids). Vocabulary. Sound Vibration Vacuum Echolocation Sonar. Sound is a type of mechanical wave.

By vidar
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SENSORY NERVOUS SYSTEM

SENSORY NERVOUS SYSTEM

SENSORY NERVOUS SYSTEM . Dr. Ayisha Qureshi Assistant Professor MBBS, Mphil. Stimulus & Modalities. A stimulus is a change detectable by the body. Stimuli exist in a variety of energy forms, or modalities, such as heat, light, sound, pressure, and chemical changes .

By seamus
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The Brain and Behavior

The Brain and Behavior

The Brain and Behavior . Biopsychology= Bio explanation/cause for behavior. Or Physiological Psychology. Includes Electro/Chemical processes Brain Anatomy The Study of Biological Aspects of Behavior Hormonal aspects of behavior Hemisphere specialization . Phineas Gage- Frontal Lobe injury

By roxy
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Functional Organization of Nervous Tissue

Functional Organization of Nervous Tissue

Functional Organization of Nervous Tissue. The Nervous System. Components Brain, spinal cord, nerves, sensory receptors Responsible for Sensory perceptions, mental activities, stimulating muscle movements, secretions of many glands Subdivisions Central nervous system ( CNS )

By sileas
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Behavioral Ecology

Behavioral Ecology

Behavioral Ecology. Behavioral Ecology is defined as the study of animal behavior, including how it is controlled and how it develops, evolves, and contributes to survival and reproductive success. Behavior is usually referred to as the visible result of an animal’s muscular activity.

By tiana
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Sensation & Perception

Sensation & Perception

Sensation & Perception. Sensation: your window to the world Perception: interpreting what comes in your window. Sensation & Perception. Sensation: taking in information from environment Perception: how we organize & interpret sensory information

By seanna
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Levels of Organization

Levels of Organization

Levels of Organization. The structures of the human body are organized into levels of increasing complexity. Chemical  Cellular  Tissue  Organ  System  Organism. Feedback Systems. Aka feedback loop

By chaman
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Electrical Signals within the Nervous System ( lec 2)

Electrical Signals within the Nervous System ( lec 2)

Electrical Signals within the Nervous System ( lec 2). Electrical Signals within the NS. 1-Action potential 2-Electrotonic(graded) potential. Fig. 12.13. Myelination increase membrane resistance & decrease membrane capacitance . . Classification for Peripheral Fibers.

By kiet
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Heart Rate Lab

Heart Rate Lab

Heart Rate Lab. Heart Beat Measuring heart rate under d ifferent conditions. Do Investigating claims on your own. . Circulatory System. The Circulatory System. Takes 60 seconds for a blood cell to make a complete circuit of the body. 5.6 liters of blood being pumped at a time .

By heba
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BIOL 3151: Principles of Animal Physiology

BIOL 3151: Principles of Animal Physiology

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY. BIOL 3151: Principles of Animal Physiology. Dr. Tyler Evans Email: tyler.evans@csueastbay.edu Phone: 510-885-3475 Office Hours: M 8:30-11:30 or appointment Website: http ://evanslabcsueb.weebly.com /. LAST LECTURE. NEUROPHYSIOLOGY.

By honey
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NI DAQ, Nanopositioner ( Tilt mirror )

NI DAQ, Nanopositioner ( Tilt mirror )

NI DAQ, Nanopositioner ( Tilt mirror ). Control of the focal point location is done using a piezoelectric tilt mirror for the in plane motions. Reference: NARIONAL INSTRUMENT, “NI-DAQ 7, DAQmx C Reference Help ”, 2004 NARIONAL INSTRUMENT, “DAQ, 6534X User Manual”, 2001

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How the Ear Works

How the Ear Works

How the Ear Works. 6 th Grade Science. Parts of the Ear. The ear is divided into 3 main parts: Outer Ear Middle Ear Inner Ear. The Outer Ear* . Contains: pinna (lobe), ear canal, & ear drum. The Middle Ear*. Contains 3 bones: hammer, anvil, & stirrup. The Inner Ear*.

By denis
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From the Journal of Neuroscience Methods

From the Journal of Neuroscience Methods

Football Telemetry. Graduate Advisors : Aditya Balasubramanian, Jeff King, Brandon Gardner, Kausar Abbas, Prof. E. Nauman , Prof. L. Leverenz , Prof. T.Talavage Undergraduate Team: Cody Cousins, Brent Harman, Hyunwoo Kim , Christopher Mark, Shuozhengyang Wang, Shiyu Wang, Hanye Xu.

By kadeem
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Senses

Senses

Senses. Alex Wiemann. Sensory Receptors. Eye Anatomy. Rhodopsin. Retinal pigment that senses light Part of the system that changes light photons into electrical signals that can be processed by the brain. Resources. http://www.med.upenn.edu/cpob/images/ eye_anat.jpg

By kenny
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Warmup January 21, 2014

Warmup January 21, 2014

Warmup January 21, 2014. Write the function of each organelle: n ucleolus endoplasmic reticulum r ibosomes Golgi complex cytoplasm. Warmup : January 22, 2014. What is homeostasis? The maintenance of a constant internal body temperature 2. How is the human body organized?

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Nervous Tissue

Nervous Tissue

Nervous Tissue. The brain, spinal cord, and nerves. Characteristics:. Communication by electrical signals Neuroglia are cells that support other nerve cells. They nourish, protect, and insulate neurons. Functions:. Coordinate and control body activities Response to environment

By tress
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