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The Nervous System: Overview and Action Potential

by: BioSucks

Prep for the BIOL 472 Midterm!

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    The peripheral nervous system contains...

  2. 2

    Afferent nerves ...

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    The autonomic nervous system...

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    A parasympathetic response is...

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    The nissel substance...

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    astrocytes...

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    oligodendrocytes myelinate in the...

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    satellite cells...

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    Schwann cells...

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    Phagocytic cells are

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    cells that producmale cerebral spinal fluid...

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    perikaryon + glia =

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    myelinated nerve cell processes (axons) + glia

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    mass of nerve cell bodies

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    nucleus

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    Nerve tracts

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    Dorsal roots in the spinal cord..

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    Motor signals travel through..(spinal nerves)

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    Ascending tracts...

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    Arachnoid matter...

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    Pia matter...

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    Dura matter...

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    The pia and arachnoid matter are separated...

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    cervical plexis

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    phrenic nerves

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    brachial plexus

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    conus medullaris

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    filum terminales

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    cauda equina

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    lumbar pleus

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    Lumbar nerves branch out...

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    The order of the anatomical regions in the spinal cord are...

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    The sacral plexus connects

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    Sciatic nerve

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    You can become a quadriplegiac by slicing

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    Transsection above this area is normally fatal, and results in a loss of the control of breathing

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    Mapping pattern for body sensation, each dictated by specific spinal nerves

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    Enterovirus destroys motor horns, causing paralysis

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    CNS meninges

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    forms the blood/brain barrier

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    choroid plexus

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    Dense layer that is continuous with periosteum of the skull

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    Smell, sight, hearing, cognitive reasoning, etc.

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    sense of smell (part of the telencephalon division of the brain)

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    gyrus

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    corpus collosum

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    Depression in the brain

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    The telencephalon contains

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    The diencephalon

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    The hypothalamus...

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    The pineal gland (diencephalon)...

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    The mesencephalon is the division of the brain...

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    corpora quadrigemina

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    The superior collicul (part of the corpora quadrigemina in the mesencephalon)...

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    The forth division of the brain that contains the cerebellum (which coordinates muscle movement) is...

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    Part of the myelencephalon, this controls basal body function

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    Nerves that communicate directly from the brain to the body and back

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    occipital lobe (part of the cerebral cortex)

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    temporal lobe (part of the cerebral cortex)

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    Precentral gyrus (part of the cerebral cortex)

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    Central sulcus (part of the cerebral cortex)

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    postcentral gyrus (part of the central sulcus)

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    pariental lobe (part of the central sulcus in the cerebral cortex)

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    Frontal lobe (in central sulcus of the cerebral cortex)

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    Broca's Area (part of the cerebral cortex)

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    Prefrontal cortex

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    Left breain

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    Sleep is activated by....

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    Delta waves...

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    Charaterized by a flat EEG, apnea (lack of spontaneous breathing)

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    Movement of a solute down its concentration gradient

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    Force that would need to be applied to prevent the migration of water

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    osmolality

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    The net movement of water due to osmosis

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    isotonic solution

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    higher concentration of solute out of the cell,water moves out of the cell

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    Cell bursts

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    Within each separate solution, the concentration of anions and cations are equal

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    Molecule moving down its concentration gradient coupled with one moving up

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    The sodium potassium pump is

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    Na+

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    K+

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    Permeability of potassium at rest

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    Permeability of soduim at rest

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    Permeability of sodium at rest

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    Strenght Duration Curve-Reobase

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    strenght duration curve-utilization time

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    Chronaxie (strenght duration curve)

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    Excitability and chronaxie are inversly related

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    Why study giant squid axons?

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    Threshold

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    Depolarization

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    Resting potential

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    Na+/K+ Pump

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    M gate

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    N gate

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    H gate

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    Hyperpolarization

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    Relative refractory period

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    Tetrodotoxin

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    Ouabain

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