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Basal Ganglia

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Department
Biological Sciences
Course
55-101
Professor
Habetler
Semester
Fall

Description
Outline of Lecture 51 (03-12 A; Hendry) Basal Ganglia I. Introduction to Basal Ganglia - Function of basal ganglia is to initiate and control force and speed of movements - Basal ganglia is made of striatum (caudate nucleus, putamen, ventral striatum) and globus pallidus (internal and external segments) - The subthalamic nucleus and substantia nigra are closely associated with the basal ganglia II. Connections of the basal ganglia S1 caudate SAA VL M1 { GPi (for body) VA thal. SMA putamen SNr (for eyes) { PMA Limbic ventral striatum III. A model for functional basal ganglia circuitry + GABA GABA + SMA cortex Gluputamen GPi VA thal. + D1 + PMA SNpc D2
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