10 - Sensory, Motor, Integrative System*

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Chapter 16 Sensory, Motor, and Integrative Systems Pages 569 – 573; 575; 578 – 586; 588 – 593 1. Sensation Perception: A. Sensory Modalities i. General Senses
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ii. Special Senses B. The Process of Sensation Sensory Receptor Stimulus Selectivity i. Stimulation of the Sensory Receptor ii. Transduction of the Stimulus iii. Generation of Impulses iv. Integration of Sensory Input
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C. Sensory Receptors: Fig. 16.1 i. Types of Sensory Receptors Free Nerve Endings Encapsulated Nerve Endings Separate Cells
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ii. Graded Potentials Generator potentials Receptor potentials iii. Different Groupings of Receptors: Table 16.1 Exteroceptors Interoceptors Proprioceptors iv. Type of Stimulus Detected Mechano Thermo Noci
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Photo Chemo Osmo D. Pain Sensations i. Nociceptors ii. Localization of Pain Referred Pain: Fig. 16.3 iii. Analgesia
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Somatic Sensory pathways: i. First order neurons ii. Second Order Neurons iii. Third Order Neurons
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Unformatted text preview: A. Posterior Column-Medial Lemniscus Pathway to the Cortex: Fig. 16.5 Posterior Columns: Medial Lemniscus B. Anterolateral Pathways to the Cortex Lateral Spinothalamic Tract Anterior Spinothalamic Tract 2. Somatic Motor Pathways: Fig.16.9 Lower Motor Neurons Pathways i. Lower Circuit Neurons ii. Upper Motor Neurons iii. Basal Ganglia Neurons iv. Cerebellar Neurons A. Upper Motor Neuron Pathways Direct: Fig. 16.10 ALS B. Modulation of Movement by the Basal Ganglia Parkinson disease Huntington disease C. Modulation of Movement by the Cerebellum: Fig. 16.12 3. Integrative Functions of the Cerebrum A. Wakefulness and Sleep Role of Reticular Activating System: Fig. 16.13 Sleep: Fig. 16 Fig. 16.11 B. Learning and Memory Short term memory Long term memory Amnesia Long term potentiation...
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2011 for the course BIO 302 taught by Professor De during the Spring '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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