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UCFPSB 3002Daniel Mc ConnellFall

PSB 3002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Vitreous Body, Ultraviolet, Color Vision

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Introduction to sensation and perception: five senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch, expert disagree and say we have more than just these, v
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PSB 3002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Extrafusal Muscle Fiber, Alpha Motor Neuron, Intrafusal Muscle Fiber

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PSB 3002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sublingual Administration, Insufflation, Ventricular System

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Intraperitoneal (ip) injection: injected through the abdominal walls into the peritoneal cavity (the space that surrounds the stomach, intestines, live
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PSB 3002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Vestibular Duct, Tectorial Membrane, Basilar Membrane

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PSB 3002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Deep Brain Stimulation, Transmission Electron Microscopy, Bregma

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Immunocytochemical method is used to make the molecules of. Pha-l visible under a microscope: periaqueductal gray matter (pag): contain labeled axons a
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PSB 3002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Dura Mater, Choroid Plexus, Pia Mater

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Ipsilateral: structures on the same side of the body: ex. Soft, spongy, and lies beneath the dura mater. Inner layer: pia mater: closely attached to th
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PSB 3002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Luigi Galvani, Pineal Gland, Brainstem

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Noted that the brain contained hollow chambers (the ventricles) that were filled with fluid and hypothesized that this fluid was under pressure. When t
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PSB 3002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Axon Terminal, Golgi Apparatus

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Proceeds in one direction: from the terminal button to the membrane: axon: long, slender tube, covered by a myelin sheath. Receive glucose from capilla
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