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EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Resting Potential, Axon Hillock, Axon Terminal

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Name the cell types that create myelin and what part of the neuron are they associated: glial cells - oligodendrocytes and schwann cells on the axons.
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EXSC 224 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 - 8/18

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Potential energy - physiology harnesses the gradient to do something. Regulate protein function by regulating its shape. Information gathered by sensor
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EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Medulla Oblongata, Neural Tube, Epithalamus

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G protein-linked receptors - second messenger systems. Sits next to the membrane, inside the cell. Activation of g protein causes events, that activate
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EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: White Matter, Lateral Sulcus, Parieto-Occipital Sulcus

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One of the newest parts of the brain. No sensory input directly to frontal lobe. Goes from parieto-occipital sulcus to transverse cerebral fissure. Gyr
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SCEXSC 224ThompsonFall

EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Axon Hillock, Muscarine, Endorphins

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Time the neurotransmitter is in the area. Depolarizing stimulus - membrane potential rises toward 0. Kind of signal that leads to action potential if l
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EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Skeletal Muscle, Meninges, Cerebral Peduncle

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Myelinated fibers and their tracts - come to or leave the cerebral hemispheres. Connects gray matter of the two hemispheres. Know what happens when you
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SCEXSC 224ThompsonFall

EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Axon Hillock, Resting Potential, Schwann Cell

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Cell body - biosynthetic center and receptive region. Has nucleus - makes neurotransmitters (which usually secrete protein/ amino acid) Modify the prot
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SCEXSC 224ThompsonFall

EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Resting Potential, Axon Hillock, Axon Terminal

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Name the cell types that create myelin and what part of the neuron are they associated: glial cells - oligodendrocytes and schwann cells on the axons.
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EXSC 224 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 - 8/18

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Potential energy - physiology harnesses the gradient to do something. Regulate protein function by regulating its shape. Information gathered by sensor
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SCEXSC 224ThompsonFall

EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Medulla Oblongata, Neural Tube, Epithalamus

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G protein-linked receptors - second messenger systems. Sits next to the membrane, inside the cell. Activation of g protein causes events, that activate
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SCEXSC 224ThompsonFall

EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: White Matter, Lateral Sulcus, Parieto-Occipital Sulcus

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One of the newest parts of the brain. No sensory input directly to frontal lobe. Goes from parieto-occipital sulcus to transverse cerebral fissure. Gyr
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EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Axon Hillock, Muscarine, Endorphins

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Time the neurotransmitter is in the area. Depolarizing stimulus - membrane potential rises toward 0. Kind of signal that leads to action potential if l
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SCEXSC 224ThompsonFall

EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Skeletal Muscle, Meninges, Cerebral Peduncle

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Myelinated fibers and their tracts - come to or leave the cerebral hemispheres. Connects gray matter of the two hemispheres. Know what happens when you
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SCEXSC 224ThompsonFall

EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Axon Hillock, Resting Potential, Schwann Cell

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Cell body - biosynthetic center and receptive region. Has nucleus - makes neurotransmitters (which usually secrete protein/ amino acid) Modify the prot
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SCEXSC 224ThompsonFall

EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Skeletal Muscle, Meninges, Cerebral Peduncle

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Myelinated fibers and their tracts - come to or leave the cerebral hemispheres. Connects gray matter of the two hemispheres. Know what happens when you
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SCEXSC 224ThompsonFall

EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: White Matter, Lateral Sulcus, Parieto-Occipital Sulcus

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One of the newest parts of the brain. No sensory input directly to frontal lobe. Goes from parieto-occipital sulcus to transverse cerebral fissure. Gyr
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SCEXSC 224ThompsonFall

EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Medulla Oblongata, Neural Tube, Epithalamus

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G protein-linked receptors - second messenger systems. Sits next to the membrane, inside the cell. Activation of g protein causes events, that activate
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EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Axon Hillock, Muscarine, Endorphins

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Time the neurotransmitter is in the area. Depolarizing stimulus - membrane potential rises toward 0. Kind of signal that leads to action potential if l
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EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Resting Potential, Axon Hillock, Axon Terminal

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Name the cell types that create myelin and what part of the neuron are they associated: glial cells - oligodendrocytes and schwann cells on the axons.
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EXSC 224 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Axon Hillock, Resting Potential, Schwann Cell

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Cell body - biosynthetic center and receptive region. Has nucleus - makes neurotransmitters (which usually secrete protein/ amino acid) Modify the prot
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EXSC 224 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 - 8/18

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Potential energy - physiology harnesses the gradient to do something. Regulate protein function by regulating its shape. Information gathered by sensor
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MATH142 South Carolina Exam 1 Solutions

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