CH 11 OBJECTIVES - FUNDAMENTALS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND NERVOUS TISSUE

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I CHAPTER OBJECTIVESChapter 11: Fundamentals of the Nervous System and NervousTissueAfter attending this series of lectures and studying the text and lecturepresentations and notes the student should be able to:1.Describe the functions of the nervous system.2.Outline the organization of the nervous system.3.Describe the functions of the supporting cells of the central nervous system(CNS). Include the functions of astrocytes, microglia, ependymal cells,oligodendrocytes, satellite cells, and Schwann cells.4.Accurately label the lecture diagram of a neuron and describe the functionsof the parts.5.Provide a functional definition of each of the following: dendrite, axon, tract,nerve, ganglia, nuclei, myelin sheath, neurilemma, node of Ranvier, whitematter, gray matter.6.Explain both the structural and functional classification of neurons.7.Define voltage, current, resistance, and Ohm’s Law.
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Term
Fall
Professor
Conrad
Tags
Physiology, Anatomy, neuron plasma membrane, synaptic integration functions

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