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Biology Exam - Neurobiology Study Guide

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Biology Exam - Neurobiology Study Guide 1. Stimulus and Response 2. Perception of stimuli – Sight and Sound 3. Innate and learned behaviour 4. Neurotransmitters and Synapses 5. The Human Brain

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Neuroscience Nervous system Biology Neurophysiology Cellular neuroscience Neurology Neuron Chemical synapse Neurotransmitter Excitatory synapse Neurotransmission Excitatory postsynaptic potential
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• Response: a change in an organism (an action) resulting from a stimulus • Reflex: a type of response to a stimulus that is rapid and involuntary (unconscious) o i.e. pulling your hand back when pricked by something sharp or touching a hot object The Reflex Arc Although reflexes require very simple coordination, they work by transferring stimuli through a very precise pathway of neurons, including at least three synapses. Synapses are the junctions between two nerve cells and any transmission across these junctions requires chemical neurotransmitters. This pathway is called a reflex arc. There are five steps to the reflex arc: receptors, sensory neurons, relay neurons, motor neurons and effectors: 1. Receptors – detect stimulus and transform it into electrical n...
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