Lecture 12 - Organization of the Nervous System Bio416K Spring 2010

Lecture 12 - Organization of the Nervous System Bio416K Spring 2010

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Basic Divisions of the Nervous System Chapter 9 – Central Nervous System N=8 N=12 N=5 N=5 N=1
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STIMULUS RECEPTOR CNS Integrating Center MOTOR NEURON Efferent Path EFFECTOR RESPONSE SENSORY NEURON Afferent Path Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems Interneuron
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Anatomic Classifications of Neurons Figure 8.3
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Neuron and Neuroglial Cell Bodies in the CNS
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Neuroglial Cells in Nervous System Four in CNS: Two in PNS: Oligodendrocytes, Astrocytes, Schwann cells, Satellite cells Microglia, Ependymal cells Figure 8.5
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Neuroglial Cells in PNS - Schwann cells, Satellite cells
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Neurilemma
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Regeneration of a Nerve Fiber on a Peripheral Nerve
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Neuroglial Cells of the CNS
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Neuroglial Cells of the CNS
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Astrocytes Help Create Blood Brain Barrier
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Neuroglial Cells of the CNS
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Ventricles of the Brain Interventricular foramen Cerebral aqueduct or mesencephalic duct
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Cerebrospinal Fluid Pia mater
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Hydrocephalus in the Newborn
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Bone and Meningeal Layers Protect the Delicate CNS Tissue
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Unformatted text preview: 1. 2. 3. Partitions of Dura Mater in the Cranial Cavity Bridge Veins Subdural Hematoma Meningeal Layers of the Spinal Cord Spinal Tap Four Major Regions of the Brain 1. Cerebrum 2. 3. 4 . Four Major Regions of the Brain Major Functions of the Four Regions of the Brain Lobes of the Cerebral Hemispheres Insula Embryonic Nervous System Neural Tube Specializes into the Six Major Regions of CNS Textbook pages 299-2301 ~ 3-4 weeks ~ 4-5 weeks Neural Tube Specializes into the Seven Major Regions of Nervous System Neural Tube Specializes into the Six Major Regions of CNS NERVOUS SYSTEM Central Nervous System (CNS) Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) Sensory (afferents) Motor (efferents) Somatic motor Autonomic Sympathetic Parasympathetic Organization of the Nervous System Enteric Nervous System...
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Lecture 12 - Organization of the Nervous System Bio416K Spring 2010

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