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Unformatted text preview: Introductory Lecture Syllabus TRACS site resources My web site Intro to neuroscience Neuroscience Effort and approach to understanding the nervous system Based on results obtained from Genetics Mol bio Cell bio Anatomy Physiology Behavioral studies psychology (Y)our challenge to integrate the diverse knowledge derived from these various levels of analysis into a more or less coherent understanding of brain structure and function . Course Emphasis Human CNS Cellular and molecular neurobiology Todays Goals Introduce and give overview of nervous system and organs comprising it Introduce cells comprising nervous system Nervous System What is it? Anatomical What does it do? Functional Anatomical Divisions Central Nervous System Brain (including retina) Spinal cord Peripheral Nervous System Everything else Functional Divisions Sensory Systems Motor Systems Cellular Components of...
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