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Textbook Notes for HSC 350 at University of Saskatchewan (U OF S)

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HSC 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Dura Mater, Pia Mater, Subarachnoid Space

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Meningeal covering of the brain & spinal cord. It is seen in the brain & spinal cord. Cns is suspended in the 3 series of 3 membrane covering. The meni
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HSC 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Lateral Geniculate Nucleus, Optic Tract, Ganglion Cell

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In the dark, lots of sodium comes in through cgmp binding to the channel. When light comes in, it changes conformation of rhodopsin, activates g-protei
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HSC 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Glioma, Astrocyte, Homeostasis

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HSC 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Olfactory Receptor Neuron, Olfactory Receptor, Olfactory Nerve

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HSC 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Anterior Spinal Artery, Posterior Spinal Artery, Superior Sagittal Sinus

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Delivery of oxygen, glucose and other nutrients. The cerebrovasculature are only ~2% of total body weight. It consumes ~20% of the o used by the whole
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HSC 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Qualia, Thought Experiment, Bernard Baars

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Consciousness is described as in relation to arousal: state of responsiveness to the environment (i. e. awake, alert). Arousal is measured by the thres
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HSC 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Stria Vascularis Of Cochlear Duct, Vestibular Duct, Cochlear Duct

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Audition: the sense of balance, regulated by the vestibular system. The vestibular system informs our nervous system where our head and body are and ho
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HSC 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Vestibular Nerve, Otolith, Vestibular System

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The vestibular system has important sensory functions, contributing to the perception of self- motion, head position, and spatial orientation relative
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HSC 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Pars Compacta, Medium Spiny Neuron, Lateral Globus Pallidus

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