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BIPN100handout6 - BIPN 100 Dr. Fortes Handout 6 Weihao...

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BIPN 100 – Dr. Fortes Weihao Zheng Handout 6 whzheng@ucsd.edu OH: Tuesday 6:30-7:30pm @ CLICS first floor Reflexes (Feb 6 th ) 1). Monosynaptic vs. Polysynaptic reflex: a). Monosynaptic: b). Polysynaptic reflex: 2). Autonomic vs. somatic reflex: a). Autonomic: b). Somatic: 3). Spinal vs. cranial reflex: a). Spinal: b). cranial: 4). Conditioned vs. Learned reflex: a). Conditioned: Example: b). Learned reflex: Example: 5). Muscle Spindles: embedded between skeletal muscle fibers; sense length of skeletal muscle. a). Tonically active sensory neurons b). increases AP frequency c). synapse with alpha and gamma motor neurons d). increase tension decrease APs to alpha motor neurons e). Gamma motor neurons innervate contractile portion of intrafusal fibers 6). Golgi Tendon (GT): a). b). AP to interneurons in spinal chord; EPSPs **Inhibitory interneuron 1
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BIPN 100 – Dr. Fortes Weihao Zheng Handout 6 whzheng@ucsd.edu OH: Tuesday 6:30-7:30pm @ CLICS first floor 7). Examples of reflex:
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course BIPN 100 taught by Professor French during the Spring '07 term at UCSD.

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