Ch.2 - Functional Neuroanatomy The Nervous System and...

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Functional Neuroanatomy The Nervous System and Behavior Three Customary Orientations for Viewing the Brain and Body Sizes of Some Neural Structures and Units of Measure and Magnification
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Variety in the Form of Nerve Cells
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The Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems The Nervous System Peripheral (PNS) o Autonomic (ANS) Sympathetic Parasympathetic o Somatic* Sensory Motor Central (CNS) o Spinal Cord Cervical Thorasic
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Lumbar Sacral o Brain Brainstem Hindbrain Midbrain Forebrain Cerebrum * aka skeletal nervous system; spinal nerves General Principles of the ANS Innervate glands, smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, internal organs (viscera) involved in sexual activity (complex interaction of sympathetic, parasympathetic systems). Two systems – sympathetic and parasympathetic. Typically dual innervation – antagonistic actions, leading to a physiological balance. Homeostasis
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