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  • Why Do We Do This?

    its release by the axon endings C) act as a transmitting agent D) stimulate the production of serotonin 1) 2) The term central nervous system...

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  • Nervous System Basics

    value of the membrane potential that must be reached to produce an action potential * Action potential – the brief electrical impulse...

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  • Unit 1 Module 1 Definitions

    membrane – one that has a potential difference across it. This is the resting potential Depolarisation – the loss of polarisation across the membrane. It...

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  • Ohm's Law

    always serve to conduct impulses (with dendrites conducting impulses toward the cell body and axons conducting...

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  • Simple Neuro Study Guide

    parts of a nerve cell a. Dendrites b. Cell Body c. Axon 2. Types of nerves: a. Afferent Neurons=sensory, conduct impulses TO the brain b....

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  • Introduction to Neurology

    movement, stretch (proprioceptors), various chemicals and acidity (chemoreceptors). Convert different types of stimuli into electrical nerve...

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  • Heart Nerve Muscle Important Solved SEQs By Medical Study Center

    Solved SEQs By Medical Study Center Ref: Guyton Q.1. a). What is saltatory conduction? Enlist its advantages? 1+1 marks b)....

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  • Study 20Guide 1

    System: extend away from the brain and spinal column - Sensory Nerve Fibers: Send sensory input from receptors to the CNS - Motor Nerve Fibers: Carry...

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  • Nervous system

    or glands’ motor response Neurons Neurons and neuralgia compose nervous system Nerves made up of bundles of nerve fibers Neurons transmit nerve...

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  • Ionic Mechanism + Propagation of Action Potentials

    hence the membrane returns to Ek. Explanation of the (ionic) mechanisms underlying generation of the action potential leads directly to understanding...

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  • Myelinating Schwann Cells

    for more conduction to occur as opposed to those with smaller diameters. Some species evolved to have wider axons such as the giant squid that...

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  • Twitch Muscle Fibers

    details of a single muscle twitch which can be separated into three phases; the latent period, the period of contracting, and the period of relaxation....

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  • ch 11 nervous system

    most common are: Acetylcholine (Ach) – Norepinephrine – GABA (Gamma aminobutyric acid) – Dopamine – Serotonin – THE ACTION POTENTIAL (NERVE...

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  • Physiology

     increases  as  the  concentration  gradient  increases.   B9.  Non-­‐myelinated  neurons  use  saltatory...

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  • A&P II Nervous Tissue

    ! • To keep controlled conditions within limits that maintain life health and homeostasis ! - Regulates body activities by responding via nerve...

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  • Anatomy

    1. CNS- brain, spinal cord. PNS – spinal nerves, cranial nerves, ganglia, sensory receptors. 2. Excitable cells – conduct nerve impulses....

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  • Physiology Notes, Cell Structure and Metabolism

    muscle or gland) Neuron Anatomy Cell body Houses nucleus and organelles Dendrites Project from cell body Signals towards cell body Axon...

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  • Neurons and Glia

    (for skeletal support)Structurally, axons have mitochondria but NO ribosomes *More axons in nervous system than dendrites | Transmits information...

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  • Propagation of Ap

    Neurons (Ch.6) • Receptors receive stimuli, and convert them to nerve impulses • Alternating graded and all-or-none signals on the membrane...

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  • Neuronal Communication

    the info gets integrated known as the integration zone, the axon a nerve fiber carries the output information of the cell in electrical...

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