Section1-3 - Organization of the nervous system gross...

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1 Organization of the nervous system gross anatomy directions Cerebral Cortex Brain Stem Midbrain Thalamus Cerebellum Corpus Collosum Corpus Callosum Organization of the nervous system gross anatomy directions Anterior (rostral) Posterior (caudal) Dorsal (of forebrain) Ventral (of forebrain) Dorsal Ventral Lateral Medial Dorsal Ventral Dorsal (back) Ventral Dorsal Ventral Dorsal (back) Ventral
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2 Sensory information enters the brain through the CRANIAL NERVES or the spinal cord Typical Ascending Organization Receptor Brainstem Midbrain Thalamus Cortex Cranial nerve or spinal cord Cochlea Auditory nerve Cochlear nuclei Inferior colliculus Medial geniculate Auditory cortex (temporal lobe) Flow of Auditory information Auditory nerve Cochlear nuclei Other brainstem nuclei Inferior colliculus (midbrain) Medial Geniculate nucleus (Thalamus) Auditory cortex (Temporal lobe) Thalamus Temporal lobe Santiago Ramón y Cajal 1906 Nobel Prize Neuron Doctrine : Nervous system made of of discrete cells (1852-1934)
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3 Electrical Activity in Neurons is IONIC ION : molecule having fewer/more electrons than protons
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