Lecture 8 Structure of the Nervous System web

Lecture 8 Structure of the Nervous System web - Exam I...

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Exam I Monday October 4th, in class PH 111, 1:40 – 3:00 PM 50 multiple choice questions No calculators needed Questions are from lecture material; the text book is a good supplement but topics in the book that are not covered in class, will NOT be tested Valid, verifiable excuse to take a make-up exam: Make-up exam: short answer / essay style questions If you miss the exam and do not have a valid excuse, you will receive a zero on the exam. This will count
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Structure of the Nervous System Chapter 7 Pages 168-173; 182-201
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Anatomical references Anatomical planes of section ipsilateral vs. contralateral = same side vs. opposite side
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Vertebrate Nervous System Organization 1. Central Nervous System (CNS) Brain (within the skull) Spinal Cord (within the vertebrae) 2. Peripheral Nervous System (PNS): Somatic division (conscious sensation & voluntary control of movement) Motor ‘efferents’ (nerves innervating skeletal muscle)
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Lecture 8 Structure of the Nervous System web - Exam I...

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