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LS_2_Lec_8_Brain - Life Sciences 2 Central Nervous System...

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Life Sciences 2 Central Nervous System Chapter 47 Dr. Joseph Esdin Types of Neurons • Afferent neurons • Interneurons • Efferent neurons
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Neural Pathway Skin receptors Sensory neuron Interneuron Motor neuron Effector Organization of the NS Central nervous system Peripheral nervous system Brain Spinal cord Afferent division Efferent division Sensory stimuli Visceral stimuli Somatic Autonomic Skeletal muscles Parasympathetic Sympathetic smooth muscles
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Organization of the Nervous System • The central nervous system (CNS) has two major parts: the brain and the spinal cord • The brain receives somatic information and visceral information • The brain sends efferent commands that could be somatic or autonomic Cells of the Nervous System • Neurons • Glial cells
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Cells of the Nervous System Oligodendrocyte Schwann Microglial Blood capillary Neuron Brain
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Right lateral ventricle Third ventricle Fourth ventricle Left lateral ventricle Central canal Cerebrospinal Fluid Interventricular
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This note was uploaded on 08/15/2011 for the course LS 2 taught by Professor Pires during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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