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Corticospinal & corticobulbar tracts

the lumbar connections explain my post-surgery mobility issues, in part. I still don't have complete control over my legs, feet.plus a few other niggling things

Neurons are the brain’s rock stars. But without the glial cells — astrocytes, microglia and oligodendrocytes — there would be no show at all. A diagram by Arne Hurty for Stanford Medicine Magazine Fall 2009.

Neurons are the brain’s rock stars. But without the glial cells — astrocytes, microglia and oligodendrocytes — there would be no show at all. A diagram by Arne Hurty for Stanford Medicine Magazine Fall

KIN450-Neurophysiology - Synaptic Transmission

This is the sequence of events of synaptic transmission. It's a great chart to visualize what is happening. It goes from the action potential all the way to the neurotransmitters binding, and beyond.

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cellular respiration

Cellular respiration and photosynthesis compare and contrast essays Oct 2009 · This is my test essay. AP Bioloy- Compare and Contrast Photosynthesis with Respiration? Compare and Contrast Cellular Respiration and.

With references for transformations, triangles, quadrilaterals, parallel and perpendicular, polygons, similar and congruent, circles, angles, special right triangles, triangle congruencies (SSS, ASA, AAS, SAS, HL), trigonometry (SOH CAH TOA), naming and notation of points, segments, lines, rays, and angles, this word wall makes a great addition to a Geometry classroom.

With references for transformations, triangles, quadrilaterals, parallel and perpendicular, polygons, similar and congruent, circles, angles, special right triangles, triangle congruencies (SSS, ASA, AAS, SAS, HL), trigonometry (SOH CAH TOA), naming and notation of points, segments, lines, rays, and angles, this word wall makes a great addition to a Geometry classroom.

Ion currents responsible for ventricular action potentials. Sodium-channel blockers comprise the Class I antiarrhythmic compounds according to the Vaughan-Williams classification scheme. These drugs bind to and block the fast sodium channels that are responsible for the rapid depolarization (phase 0) of fast-response cardiac action potentials.

Ion currents responsible for ventricular action potentials. Sodium-channel blockers comprise the Class I antiarrhythmic compounds according to the Vaughan-Williams classification scheme. These drugs bind to and block the fast sodium channels that are responsible for the rapid depolarization (phase 0) of fast-response cardiac action potentials.