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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierFall

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sehar, Retina, Diffraction

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27 Sep 2015
67
People in europe knew very little about africa: this is similar to how we know things about the brain. If the brain was simple, it would not have the c
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierFall

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Illuminance, Proprioception, Phosphodiesterase

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27 Sep 2015
52
In the resting state, rods and cones are depolarized. Bipolar cells: they can either be bipolar cells that preserve the effects seen in photoreceptors
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierFall

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stellate Cell, Occipital Lobe, Receptive Field

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27 Sep 2015
39
It is the first visual area in the cortex. In humans it is medial and near the occipital cortex: v1 is tucked inside the cortex even though it is a ver
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lower Motor Neuron, Alpha Motor Neuron, Gamma Motor Neuron

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16 Mar 2012
37
The motor system consists of all our muscles and neurons that control them; complex patterns of behaviour can be generated without the participation of
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierFall

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Lamellar Corpuscle, Dorsal Root Ganglion, Dorsal Root Of Spinal Nerve

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27 Sep 2015
50
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierSpring

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Amacrine Cell, Retina Horizontal Cell, Ganglion Cell

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4 Jan 2018
0
Synapse with either rods or cones: one group of bipolar cells receiving rod information and another receiving cone information and passes on info to th
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ganglion, Cell Membrane, Optic Chiasm

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17 Mar 2012
34
Describe the sensory transduction of the taste of bitter within a taste cell. Both are gpcr, not exactly the same, ca ions released from intracellular
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierSpring

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electromagnetic Radiation, Ciliary Body, Refraction

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4 Jan 2018
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierFall

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Medial Rectus Muscle, Smooth Pursuit, Stereopsis

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21 Feb 2016
43
Saccades and fixations used to target and pinpoint eye only moves during very brief movements most of time you are fixating; thats what gives jerky app
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierFall

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Motor Control, Motor Program, Cytosol

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6 Oct 2015
37
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierFall

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Retina

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21 Feb 2016
53
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Lecture 2.docx

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19 Oct 2013
32
Describe the sensory transduction of the taste of bitter within a taste cell: g-protein receptors. G -protein secondary messenger: activates ca2+ chann
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