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SYNAPSES AND NEURONAL INTEGRATION

SYNAPSES AND NEURONAL INTEGRATION

SYNAPSES AND NEURONAL INTEGRATION. DR. ZAHOOR ALI SHAIKH LECTURE –10 . SNAPSES AND NEURONAL INTEGRATION. A Neuron may terminate on one of THREE structures: 1) MUSCLE 2) GLAND 3) ON ANOTHER NEURON – JUNCTION BETWEEN TWO NEURON IS CALLED SYNAPSE. SYNAPSE.

By birch
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NEURAL TRANSMISSION

NEURAL TRANSMISSION

NEURAL TRANSMISSION. Neurons Electrical and Chemical Transmission. Neurons . Neurons. Glial Cells. Astrocytes Contact blood vessels and neurons transport chemicals from blood to neurons Oligodendrocytes Myelinate CNS axons Schwann cells Myelinate PNS axons

By jereni
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January 15, 2014

January 15, 2014

January 15, 2014. Journal: What is the difference between dendrites and the axon terminal?. How Neurons and Synapses Work. Excitable Cells. Neurons, glands, and muscle cells Can carry an electrical charge when stimulated. Local Potential.

By inez
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Control of the central nervous system/control of the peripheral nervous system

Control of the central nervous system/control of the peripheral nervous system

The two functional divisions of the peripheral nervous system are the afferent and efferent divisions . What are their respective functions?. Control of the central nervous system/control of the peripheral nervous system Control of neurons/control of neuroglia

By mandell
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Topic 5 Synaptic Transmission Lange

Topic 5 Synaptic Transmission Lange

Topic 5 Synaptic Transmission Lange. Biology 463 - Neurobiology. Introduction. Synaptic Transmission The synapse is the “space” between neurons or neurons and other cells Information transfer occurs from one neuron to the next at a synapse

By neal
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Chemical and Electrical Synapses

Chemical and Electrical Synapses

Chemical and Electrical Synapses. Two Kinds of Synapses. Chemical Electrical Both types of synapses relay information, but do so by very different mechanisms. Much more is known about chemical than about electrical synapses.

By paloma-bradley
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What is a synapse? 6.5.6

What is a synapse? 6.5.6

What is a synapse? 6.5.6. A junction that permits a neuron to pass a signal, electrical or chemical, to another cell Electrical Synapses Two neurons are close together , with gap junctions An impulse travels from one membrane to the next Causes a ction p otential in the second neuron

By liberty-spencer
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CH7: escape behavior in crayfish behavior features & functional anatomy neuronal architecture

CH7: escape behavior in crayfish behavior features & functional anatomy neuronal architecture

PART 3: MOTOR STRATEGIES #15: ESCAPE BEHAVIOR IN CRAYFISH. CH7: escape behavior in crayfish behavior features & functional anatomy neuronal architecture adaptive modulation summary: chapter 7. BEHAVIOR & FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY. walking is normal mode of locomotion

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