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Unformatted text preview: Spelling
will
count
on
this
exam.

You
must
spell
out
the
abbreviation
at
least
once
 per
question,
or
it
will
be
counted
as
a
spelling
error.

 
 Examples:
 “lateral
geniculate
nucleus”,
not
“LGN”
 “striate
cortex”
or
“primary
visual
cortex”,
not
V1
 “parvocellular
layer”,
not
P‐layer
 “Organ
of
Corti”,
not
OC
 “medial
nucleus
of
the
trapezoidal
body”,
not
MNTB
 
 You
may
use
abbreviations
for
neurotransmitters,
some
molecules,
ions,
units,
and
 parts
of
the
brain
for
which
we
only
used
abbreviations
in
lecture.
If
the
 abbreviation
does
not
appear
on
the
list
below
(under
Accepted
Abbreviations),
 then
you
should
assume
that
it
will
not
be
accepted.
 Accepted
Abbreviations:
 MT
 IT

 V4
 V2
 AMPA
 GABA
 mGluR6
 K+ 
 Ca2+
 Na+
 Cl‐
 cAMP
 cGMP
 Hz,
kHz
 ms



(abbreviation
for
milliseconds)
 mV


(abbreviation
for
millivolts)
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2010 for the course BIO SCI BIO N110 taught by Professor Leon,chance&parker during the Spring '09 term at UC Irvine.

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