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CARLSON_SHORT_CH05_F_KC - Midterm Review with TAs Tuesday...

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Midterm Review with TAs Tuesday February 4th 5:30-8:30 PM St Bio N2/2 Format will be example multiple choice questions and explanations Based on particular problem areas, and your questions Email your TAs early and often about things you're having trouble with Come prepared to ask questions
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FAQ Peptide and Lipid transmitters were not covered in class, and will not be on the test. Exclusion list has been updated. If someone produces an exclusion list for the 10th edition I will upload it. Example questions will go up on MyCourses on Wednesday
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There is more information in the book than we can cover in class. If we talk about it in class, you are also responsible for the relevant material in the book. This applies to ideas or concepts, not just book sections. You are responsible for both lecture content and book content, but only on concepts we covered in class. If the idea wasn't mentioned at all, it won't be tested. Example: We talked about serotonin, but didn't discuss serotonin receptors at all. You don't need to know about different kinds of serotonin receptors. FAQ
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Chapter 5 Methods and Strategies of Research
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Methods and Strategies of Research Experimental Ablation Recording and Stimulating Neural Activity Neurochemical Methods Genetic Methods
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Experimental Ablation
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Radio Frequency Lesion
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Experimental Ablation
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Rat Brain and Skull
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Stereotaxic Atlas
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Experimental Ablation
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Stereotaxis Apparatus
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Experimental Ablation: Histological Methods
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Microtome
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