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Chapter 12 Functional Organization of Nervous Tissue outline

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CHAPTER 12 FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF NERVOUS TISSUE CHAPTER OVERVIEW : The nervous system and its various roles in the maintenance of homeostasis are described. The functional divisions of the nervous system are defined. The structure and function of the types and parts of neurons and synapses are described in detail. The neural reflex arc is discussed and the function of neuronal circuits is considered. OUTLINE (three fifty-min. lectures): Seeley, A&P, 5/e Chapt. Object. Topic Outline, Chapter 12 Figures & Tables Transparency Acetates 1 I. Divisions of the Nervous System, p. 360 Fig. 12.1, p.361 TA-220 A. Central Nervous System (CNS) 1. Brain 2. Spinal Cord B. Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) 1. Nerves a. Cranial Nerves b. Spinal Nerves 2. Ganglia 3. Functional Subdivisions of the PNS Fig. 12.2, p.361 Fig. 12.3, p.362 TA-221 TA-222 a. Afferent or Sensory b. Efferent or Motor 1). Somatic Nervous System 2). Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) a). Sympathetic Division b). Parasympathetic Division II. Cells of the Nervous System, p. 362 2 A. Neurons Fig. 12.4, p.363 TA-223 1. Neuron Cell Body Predict Quest. 1 2. Dendrites
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