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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Corpus Callosum, Brainstem, Iceberg

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19 Mar 2013
22
Had in mind to eventually be able to put his brain in a bottle. Seemed crazy at the time, but people are using brainwaves today. Without sensory or mot
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Anterior Cerebral Artery, Middle Cerebral Artery, Posterior Cerebral Artery

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19 Mar 2013
17
General features of the forebrain, including 3 major parts. Disease condition that is characteristic of these structures. The neocortex - creates reali
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Neurosphere, Camillo Golgi, Subventricular Zone

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19 Mar 2013
28
3 main types of brain cells: stem cells, neurons and glia. 5 types of neurons and 5 types of glia. There are brain diseases specifically related to neu
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Gastric Inhibitory Polypeptide, Gastrin, Strychnine

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19 Mar 2013
19
We can explain our behavior between balances of two chemicals: epinephrine and acetylcholine. Many neurotransmitters, perhaps about 100 belonging to th
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Tight Junction, Latrodectus, Pineal Gland

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19 Mar 2013
24
Drugs can act as agonists, or antagonists (decreases) 5 classes of drugs based on behavioural effects. There is no one-to-one action of a drug as most
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Angioma, Visual Cortex, Doreen Kimura

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19 Mar 2013
22
Founded the mni and pioneered elective brain surgery. Useful for removing damaged parts of the brain. Pioneered human brain stimulation as a way of ide
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Semipermeable Membrane, Human Genome Project, Fluid Compartments

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19 Mar 2013
15
The sequence of action by a cell to produce and export a protein. The four kinds of proteins active in and around the cell membrane. 3 levels of functi
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus, Homo Floresiensis

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19 Mar 2013
19
Large number of species of hominids until quite recently and now there is only one species. The sophistication of tool use correlates with their brain
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Dorsal Root Ganglion, Proprioception, Dorsal Root Of Spinal Nerve

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20 Mar 2013
34
When he was eighteen, working as butcher, cut his finger. Finger got red, got fatigued, had trouble walking, couldn"t get out of bed, no one knew what
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Lateral Geniculate Nucleus, Superior Colliculus, Suprachiasmatic Nucleus

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19 Mar 2013
23
How does the nervous system solve many different problems at the same time (red truck speeding) Solved by having different neural structures for each f
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Superior Colliculus, Brainstem, Pineal Gland

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19 Mar 2013
20
There"s a dragon in all of our brains because we have a brainstem. The brain stem is the main brain of a fish, amphibian, or reptile. It has centers fo
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Gerald Edelman, Konrad Lorenz, Harry Harlow

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19 Mar 2013
21
His discovery: if you took baby geese and hatched them, they"d follow you around and imprint on you thinking you were the mother goose. Something about
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