Nervous - Why is is it important for organisms to respond...

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6/6/11 Why is is it important for organisms to respond to
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6/6/11 Regulation (life process) is maintained by the:
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6/6/11 Regulation (life process) is maintained by the:
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6/6/11 Functional Cell in the Nervous System is the
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6/6/11 Neurons send Electrochemical Signals
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6/6/11 Nervous Tissue Organization
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6/6/11 Signal Transmission is
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6/6/11 Chemical in the Electrochemical
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6/6/11 …but what’s going on in the axon?
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6/6/11 Electrical in the Electrochemical
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6/6/11 Resting Potential of a Neuron
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6/6/11 Oscilloscope Reading
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6/6/11 Action potential is an All-or- Nothing event once the
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6/6/11 So……How do you explain the differences in the
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6/6/11 Its simple……stimulation of more or less neurons.
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6/6/11 Nervous System Organization
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6/6/11 Organisms evolved from simple to complex.
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6/6/11 Decentralized Nervous System
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6/6/11 Phylum: Cnidaria Nervous system cephalization- not much nerve cells scattered around mouth no organization or brain nerve net cells and sensory cells coordinate muscle fiber action hormone glutathione produces feeding response
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6/6/11 Why is a nerve net an inefficient design for more
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6/6/11 Centralized Nervous System
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6/6/11 Why is a nerve net an inefficient design for more
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6/6/11 Considering the structure of the Planaria
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