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CSCD 3235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-10: Quadrantanopia, Ataxia, Visual Agnosia

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Human neuroscience chapter 9 and 10 study guide. Fovea: area in the retina made of closely packed cone cells. Optic nerve: (2nd) cranial nerve that tra
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CSCD 3235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Carrier Wave, Excitatory Postsynaptic Potential, Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential

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Electrical synapse: conduct nerve impulses faster, but unlike chemical synapses, they lack gain (the signal in the postsynaptic neuron is the same or s
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CSCD 2209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-8: Lexical Item, Continuant, Minimal Pair

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CSCD 3235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Somatotopic Arrangement, Neuroplasticity, Dermis

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Somatic sensation: sensation from the skin, muscles, bones, tendons and joints. Initiated due to activation of a number of distinct somatic receptors t
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CSCD 3235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Nuclear Membrane, Main Source, Cerebral Cortex

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Golgi stain: stai(cid:374)s a(cid:454)o(cid:374)s, though o(cid:374)l(cid:455) (cid:1005)(cid:1004)% a(cid:374)d does(cid:374)"t sho(cid:449) (cid:374)
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CSCD 2209 Chapter 1: Homework: Natural Classes

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CSCD 3235 Chapter 6: Human Neuroscience Study Guide Neurotransmitters + Pathways

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Neurotransmitter synthesis: small nts are synthesized at the terminal buttons using enzymes manufactured in the cell body, while larger neurotransmitte
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CSCD 3235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3-4: Channelopathy, Repolarization, Saltatory Conduction

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Human neuroscience study guide chapters 3 & 4. Cations: an ion that has a positive charge and characteristically moves towards negative ions. Resting p
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CSCD 3235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Lateral Corticospinal Tract, Anterior Grey Column, Upper Motor Neuron

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Lateral pathways: lateral corticospinal tract, largest part of the corticospinal tract. Leave out of the tract and into the anterior horns of the spina
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