Quiz : T/F multiple choice/ Next Friday : Covers lecture of Thursday(last week) and
Tuesday (this week) ,
Reading quiz . .
35 multiple 10 short answer : midterm
Letter to your RF due Thursday 10/1
(2-3 Paragraphs) to introduce yourself to the T
Lab3 - Video Response
10 22 2015
1. Based on what you know about how neurons communicate, why do you think this
toxin has these effects?
Sodium ion takes critical role in depolarization of neurons. Without the opening of
sodium gate, t
Know main functions of brain parts like basal ganglia what they do? slide with all
parts in color
Brain function 1~8 Principle short response
Part unique to neurons and some shared with others
Different zones of neuron / conducting zone,
Electroneutrality : in a system the positive charges and negative charges cancel each
In a cell, we have macroscopic electroneutrality; in the whole system of body, every
positive has pair of negatives. However, in cell, in microscopic view, th
Scot Chandler Director
1. Shakespeare : knew neuroscience; King leer : descent into madness. Knew how to
sculpt the audience with neuroscience.
2. Descartes : concept of dualism / brain : is the physical part of brain different fr
For Midterm (Meldrum)
Heavens / Stars/ Planets/ Earth
Pope / Cardinals / Bishops, Abbots / Priests, monks, nuns
King / aristocracy / knights, scholars, rich / everybody else Mideival European
socity was a set of static hierarchies.
A place defined b
Brain checks the sensory information around it
Brains Primary Funcitons all in the powerpoint
1. Creating a sensory Reality
Each species has a view of the world that helps it survive
2. Integrating information
REALLY HELPFUL ADVICE SHE HAD: DO NOT READ EVERYTHING JUST SKIM TRHOUGH
THE GENERAL TOPICS AND THE THINGS THAT ARE MENTIONED IN THE LECTURE. ; JUST
SHOW SOME EFFORT THAT YOU TRIED.
WHAT YOU SHOULD BE READING FOR NEXT 2 WEEKS IS JUST THE POWER POINT OF
Resting potential is slightly closer to Ek(=slightly more negative) because there are
leakage channels of K that even at resting potential the Potassium permeability is higher
than Sodium; which makes the resting potential slightly more negative.