Learning objective questions What are reflexes and how do they work?
What is a reflex?
What is a cranial reflex?
What is a spinal reflex?
What is the difference between a somatic and an autonomic reflex?
What is a reflex arc? What are the 5
Lecture 3: Ossification
Ossification is the process by which bones form
Occurs in three situations (main)
- Infant growth through adulthood
- Remodelling and repair
As people become older, joints become ossified
Also can occur in pathologi
Lecture 2: Osseous Tissue/ Bone Tissue
Learning objective questions Osseous tissue
What does osseous tissue contain?
What cells are present in osseous tissue? What do each of these cell types do?
What are the two types of osseous tissue? Where can thes
Learning objective questions The skeletal system
What are the components of the skeletal system?
What are the functions of the skeletal system?
How can bones be classified based on shape?
What is the structure of long bones? Describe the sev
Learning objective questions What is the structure and function of the ANS?
What is the main source of sensory input to the autonomic nervous system
Where are the cell bodies of first order autonomic motor neurons located?
Where are th
Lecture 5: Why are neurons excitable
Cells typically have a large amount of sodium ions outside than inside
Membrane potential refers to the difference in voltage between the inside and
outside of the cell
A charge difference between
Lecture 7: What is the structure and function of the PNS
Learning objective questions What is the structure of the PNS?
Recall What are the components of the PNS?
What is a nerve?
What is the structure of a nerve?
What are cranial nerves?
How are axo
Lecture 4: what are the components of the nervous system
Learning objective questions What are the components of the nervous system?
What are the major divisions of the nervous system?
What are the major components of the central nervous system (CNS)?
Lecture 6: How do neurons communicate
Learning objective questions How do neurons communicate?
What is an action potential?
Where are action potentials initiated?
What are voltage-gated ion channels?
What is the action potential threshold? What is it