Exam+Review_003_w08

Exam+Review_003_w08 - What do I need to know for the exam?...

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What do I need to know for the exam? Motor Control Contributions from: Galvani, Cajal, Brodmann, Sherrington Motor Behavior & Physiological Techniques RT; EMG; I-RCR; fMRI; EEG; ICMS; TMS CNS vs. PNS Glial cell fx: oligodendrocytes vs. Schwann cells
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What do I need to know for the exam? Action Potentials: Synaptic Transmission Role of Ca++; Ach Characteristics & types of sensory information Visual Pathways: Accommodation; rods vs. cones Optic nerve,-chiasm,-tract, LGN, V1 Dorsal vs. Ventral streams; damage Extraocular muscles & cranial nerves
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Unformatted text preview: What do I need to know for the exam? Anatomy & function of semicircular canals & otolith organs Information provided by cutaneous receptors (Merkels vs. Pacinian) Proprioception: anatomy & function Muscle spindles - intra- vs. extrafusal; length; 1a Golgi Tendon Organs - force; 1b Joint receptors - protective; extremes What do I need to know for the exam? Spinal cord: Dorsal vs. ventral horns afferent vs. efferent Reflexes: characteristics Spinal stretch reciprocal inhibition; monosynaptic Flexion withdrawal/crossed extension - polysynaptic...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course BIO 171 taught by Professor Josephinekurdziel during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.

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