Kiss n Go, Clathrin MediatedCompare the NTs ACh, Glutamate, GABA and Glycine in terms of their effectsUnderstand summation (Temporal vs. Spatial)Distinguish ionotropic vs. metabotropicKnow the highlighted items from Slide 17, BIOL245.20 comparing graded and membrane potentials
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Haley Barnes 8Be able to identify somatosensory vs. special sense, visceral vs. sensory stimuliDefine sensory homunculusDefine sensory receptor types Slide 14, BIOL 245.21Be able to classify a sensation by modality, form and mechanismKnow how a Pacinian corpuscle works (video provided)Give examples of phasic vs. tonic receptors that we discussed and understand their physiology (be able to identify the graphs of their function)Hearing:oKnow the anatomy of the ear and what is found in outer, middle, inner earoUnderstand the physiology of hearing using the following terms: stapes, oval window, round window, basila membrane, tectorial membrane, scala vestibuli, scala tympani, hair cells, vestibulocochlear nerveoBe able to clear state how pitch and amplitude are encodedVision: Slides 35-38, BIOL245.22 and in-classquestions
Haley Barnes 9When considering nervous system organization, know:oWhat makes up CNS and PNS and the groupings/caterories of the regions of the nervous systemoWhat types of neurons are found in various locationsoKnow that there are a fixed number of neurons through from the CNS to effectorsSlides 7-14, BIOL245.23 with the in-class assignmentwill prepare you very well for the final lecture of this section:oFor the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems know examples of how effectors ‘act’ under each branch of the ANS (also know situations where there is a response for one and not the other (e.g. cardiac contraction strength))oKnow what is meant by preganglionic neuron, post-ganglionic neuron, autonomicganglion, the types of neurons, neurotransmitters, and receptors in each locationoMemorize the alpha and beta, and muscarinic receptor effects - also understanding the value of receptor diversificationoNote differences between ionotropic and metabotropic Ach receptors (Slide 13, BIOL245.23)
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