Lecture 19. Coordination and Control in Animals - 1. Systems of Coordination. Irritability is a characteristic of living organisms. Ability to respond to a stimulus. The stimulus is received by a receptor.
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Coordination and Control
in Animals - 1
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An action potential is a temporary reversal of the electrical.
potential along the membrane for a few milliseconds.
Some "poisons" interfere with transmission:
- consists of the diencephalon and cerebrum
- thalamus and hypothalamus are the parts of the diencephalon.
- cerebrum, the largest part of the human brain, covered by a thin layer of gray matter known as the cerebral cortex,
- divide the cortex into four lobes: occipital, temporal, parietal, and frontal