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Lecture 12 - 021011

Lecture 12 - 021011 - Midterm exams that were not picked up...

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1 Average- 81.13 Stdev- 20.39 Midterm exams that were not picked up at the end of lecture on Tuesday February 8th, are in a box on the table of the North entrance Lobby of the Muir Biology Building (1 st floor). Grading is done on a curve as discussed in lecture. Please ask any questions in lecture for the benefit of the whole class. Midterm scores: Regrades -Exams were handed out at the end of last lecture (Tuesday). -Exam Key is posted in North Lobby of Muir Biology building (North Entrance) on the glass windows. - Regrade Policy: All regrade requests will need to be handed in directly at the end of the lecture next week on Tuesday Feb 15 th . Late hand-ins will not be accepted. Staple a detailed explanation why which question should be regraded to your exam and sign it. TA will collect regrades at end of lecture Lecture Professor Julian Schroeder
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2 I. Signaling Input II. Mammalian Eye III. Visual Integration IV. Hearing I. SIGNALING INPUT A. Receptor Types - mechano receptors - chemo receptors - electromagnetic receptors - thermo receptors - pain receptors
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3 How does the Generator Potential work?
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