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3-neurons_development - Class 3 Neurons Development...

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Class 3 – Neurons, Development Readings: Zillmer: Chapter 4 pp. 94-102 (top) Chapter 4, box 4.1 Ch. 5 pp 116-119 Review list: 1. What are the parts of a neuron? What is the main function of the neuron, and which special neuron parts help with this? 2. What makes the difference between an unipolar, bipolar and multipolar neuron? 3. What is the difference between a motor neuron and a sensory neuron? What’s an interneuron? 4. What is a myelin sheath? What difference does it make if an axon is myelinated or not? 5. What are the types of glial cells? What is the function of microglia, astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, and Schwann cells? 6. How are oligodendrocytes the same and different? 7. What is the difference in composition between white and gray matter? Where is gray matter found in the brain? 8. What is the relationship between fibers, tracts and pathways? 9. What in general is multiple sclerosis? 10. What is the general disease mechanism in MS? Which cells get attacked
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