Lecture1(1.4.11)

Lecture1(1.4.11) - ganglion cell Synaptic connections...

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Visual system
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Insect olfactory anatomy Antennal lobe Antenna + Mushroom Body
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Drawing of Cellular Layers in Retina by Cajal
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Golgi Stain of Rat Cerebral Cortex From Delcomyn, F. Foundations of Neurobiology , Freeman (1998), pp. 19.
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Cat spinal motoneuron Locust thoracic interneuron Rat cerebral pyramidal cell Amacrine cell (salamander retina) Human purkinjecell Rat thalamic relay neuron Kitten retinal
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Unformatted text preview: ganglion cell Synaptic connections between neurons Neuronal Network Types of Glial Cells Multichannel recordings Electrical properties of a neuron Short-term Synaptic Plasticity Facilitation Depression Facilitation + Depression Neuronal Network Neural circuits (knee-jerk reflex) From Purves, D. et al. Neuroscience , Sinauer (2004), pp. 14....
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course CBNS 120 taught by Professor Adams during the Winter '10 term at UC Riverside.

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