L7 - Sensory System - different rates Rapid Slow Slow Very...

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-Quiz 3 will be at the end of class -Quiz 4 is a take home quiz
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-paper is posted on bspace -can work in small groups -multiple answers for each question -turn in at discussion on 9/23, 9/24 or 9/25
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Figure 10-2
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Figure 10-7a
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Figure 10-8a
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Touch is important for emotional well-being
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What molecules transduce mechanical signals into electrical signals?
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Touch is important for avoiding harmful situations
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Touch is important for everyday tasks
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Hypersensitivity to touch is the major complaint in the clinic -tissue injury -cancer -diabetes
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Touch cells adapt to persistent stimuli Rapid Slow
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Different receptors adapt at
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Unformatted text preview: different rates Rapid Slow Slow Very Rapid Different receptors adapt at different rates Rapid Slow Slow Very Rapid The Pacinian Corpuscle is a rapidly adapting receptor cell on off Capsule Rebound The capsule of the Pacinian corpuscle is responsible for its rapid adaptation Rebound The Pacinian Corpuscle responds to vibrations on the skin Figure 10-12a Figure 10-12b Figure 10-12c Figure 10-10 RAT Naked Mole Rat The star-nosed mole as a model system of somatosensory mechanotransduction Guinness Book of Records: Fastest Mammalian Forager Eastern American mole Star-nosed mole Catania and Remple, 2005 The star-nosed mole as a model system of somatosensory mechanotransduction PC Marasco, et al., PNAS 2006 NF200 SP Immunolabeling of substance P & neurolament 200...
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