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The Nervous System Fig 9-1 Types of Neurons fig 9.5 Sensory Neuron Interneuron or association neuron And Motor Neuron A Typical Motor Neuron fig 9.3 Myelin Sheath fig 9.4 Schwann Cell Wrapping an Axon Types of Glial cells in the CNS fig 9.2 The difference between an NERVE

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Sensory Neuron

Interneuron or association neuron

And

Motor Neuron

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Anim

The Na/K pump transports sodium out of

the neuron and brings K in. Fig 9.8

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Sodium Channels open and Sodium

rushes in fig 9.9

Anim

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Anim

The Action Potential moves

along the Axon fig 9.10

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Fig 9.11

The axon terminals of one neuron touch the

dendrites or cell body of the next neuron

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Fig 9.13

Anim

The Synapse fig9.12

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Fig 9.14

convergence

divergence

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A Reflex Arc

The Functional Unit of the Nervous System

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Parietal

Frontal

occipital

Temporal

Lobes of the Brain

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Parietal

Frontal

occipital

Temporal

Lobes of the Brain

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Sensory Neuron impulses cross over

in the spinal cord fig 9.22