Distribution ratios of na and k in the extracellular

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Unformatted text preview: Textbook Table 11- 17 Table 11- 17 Table 11- 17 Table 11- 17 Insertion Textbook Table 11- 18 Table 11- 18 Table 11- 18 Table 11- 18 Appendicular Muscles: Muscles that Move the Ankle Muscle Gastrocnemius Soleus Fibularis group Tibialis posterior Location Action + + + + + + Appendicular Muscles: Muscles that Move the Toes Muscle Flexor digitorum longus Flexor hallucis longus Extensor digitorum longus Extensor hallucis longus Location Action + + + + Origin Chapter 12: Neural Tissue Know the organization of the nervous system, its subdivisions of the CNS and PNS as well as their subdivisions and important structural components • • Know the basic functions of the CNS and PNS Know the anatomical and/or physiological differences between the classifications of the following PNS functional divisions: o Afferent division o Efferent division o Somatic nervous system • • • • • • • • • o Autonomic nervous system Have a good physiological understanding of the differences between “afferent” and “efferent” information/nerves etc. Know the anatomy of a typical multipolar neuron including the functional roles of the following components: o Dendrites o Soma (cell body) o Nissl bodies o Neurofilaments o Neurofibrils o Initial segment o Axon hillock o Axon o Collaterals o Telodendria o Synaptic nob Know the following: o different functional classes of neurons (sensory, motor, interneurons) o different functional classes of sensory neurons o differences between the 3 different types of sensory receptors Know the functions of neuroglia of the CNS and PNS for the different types of neuroglial cells Know the important physiological functions and be able to distinguish between the following potentials: o resting membran...
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