Cranial Nerves / Gallman
David Maduram 1 / 1
Cranial nerves are components of the peripheral nervous system that originate in the
brain and upper cervical spinal cord. They are called cranial nerves because they exit the
CNS through the cranium
Olfactory and Limbic
OLFACTORY PATHWAYS AND LIMBIC SYSTEM
The sense of smell is much less essential than vision, audition or the somatic senses, and will
therefore receive less emphasis in this course. However, since olfactory dy
Nerves which originates from the
brain is called cranial nerves.
There are 12 pairs of cranial nerves.
Name of the Cranial Nerves
I. Olfactory n.
II. Optic n.
III. Occulomotor n.
IV. Trochlear n.
V. Trigeminal n.
VI. Abducent n.
General Research Interests
Abood, PhD Mary E.
Anatomy and Cell Biology
Temple University School of
Akiyama, PhD, Tasuku
Assistant Professor, Anatomy and
Unspecialized free nerve endings called nociceptors
Cell bodies are in DRG
Transduce info from a variety of sources
Axons transmit relatively slowly, usually lightly myelinated or unmyelinated
A are lightly myelinated (fas
Found in all nervous systems, although in limited areas in human CNS
Much more common in invertebrate CNS
Electrical synapses permit direct ion flow from one cell into the next
Presynaptic cell is di
John C. Fiala, Kristen M. Harris
Division of Neuroscience in the Department of Neurology, Childrens Hospital, Boston MA
To appear in Dendrites, edited by G. Stuart, N. Spruston, M. Husser. 1999.
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Instructor: Dr. Sheree Logue
Nicotinic Receptors in the Dorsal and Ventral Hippocampus Differentially Modulate Contextual
A study by Kenney, Roybuck and Gould examines the possibility of the variation along
CELLULAR COMPONENTS OF NERVOUS TISSUE
Nervous Tissue is composed of two major cell types, each of which has a distinct
Neurons (Figs. 12.1, 12.2) have amplified electrical excitability and have axonal processes
which can initiate a
Fundamentals of Neuroscience Exam I Study Guide
Lecture 1 Chapter 1
1. Dualism: In the mind-body problem, this is the theory that there are two types of being (two
a. Physical: the kind we observe directly or indirectly and w
Lobes, the Cerebral Cortex, and Cortical
Regions of the Brain