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CHAP 9: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
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Communication between Neurons
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Each neuron specializes in speci c types of neurotransmitters and contains vesicles full of them within its synaptic knobs When an action potential reaches the synaptic knobs and calcium is present, the vesicles containing neurotransmitters fuse with the membrane by exocytosis and release their contents to the synapse The neurotransmitter will bind to the receptors on the postsynaptic neurons
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The Central Nervous System
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The CNS is composed of the brain and spinal cord The brain and spinal cord both consist of many neurons and supporting glial cells White matter within the brain and spinal cord consists of myelinated axons Gray matter consists of clusters of cell bodies of neurons Cranial bones and vertebrae protect the CNS, as do protective membranes called the meninges Between the meninges, and within cavities of the brain, there is cerebrospinal uid This uid has some critical functions, such as providing nutrients, removing wastes, and providing cushioning and support for the brain
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STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE BRAIN
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The brain processes conscious thought and sensory information, it coordinates motor activities of skeletal muscle and other organ systems within the body, and it maintains vital functions such as heart rate and ventilation The brain can be divided into the structures seen in Figure 93: cerebrum, cerebellum, brain stem, and diencephalon The cerebrum in particular has extremely diverse functions The right and left hemispheres process information in different ways The right side of the brain tends to specialize in spatial and pattern perception, while the left side of the brain tends to specialize in analytical processing and language The connection of the two hemispheres via the corpus callosum is essential to integrating the functions of both sides of the brain The functions of each of the parts of the brain including the cerebrum can be seen in Table 91
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PART IV: REVIEWING PCAT BIOLOGY
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corpus callosum skull meninges
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Cerebrum
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FIGURE 93: Brain structure The cerebrum of the brain is divided into right and left hemispheres connected by the corpus callosum
The Spinal Cord and Re ex Actions
The spinal cord serves as a shuttle for messages going towards and away from the brain It also acts as a re ex center that can process certain incoming messages and provide an autonomic response without processing by the brain A re ex arc is a set of neurons that consists of a receptor, a sensory neuron, an interneuron, a motor neuron, and an effector The receptor transmits a message to a sensory neuron, which routes the message to an interneuron located in the spinal cord The interneuron processes the message in the spinal cord and sends a response out through the motor neuron The motor neuron passes the message to an effector, which can carry out the appropriate response
The Peripheral Nervous System
The PNS is composed of pairs of nerves that are bundles of axons There are 12 pairs of cranial nerves branching off the brain stem and 31 pairs of spinal nerves branching off the spinal cord The nerves that exist in the PNS are categorized into one of two divisions: the somatic nervous system or the autonomic nervous system
Table 91:
Structure
Major Structures of the Brain and Their Functions Function The cerebrum is the largest portion of the brain; it is divided into a right and left hemisphere as well as into four lobes (frontal, parietal, occipital, and temporal) Within the cerebrum there are speci c areas for each of the senses, motor coordination, and association areas All thought processes, memory, learning, and intelligence are regulated via the cerebrum The cerebral cortex is the outer tissue of the cerebrum The cerebellum is located at the base of the brain It is responsible for sensory-motor coordination for complex muscle movement patterns and balance The brain stem is composed of several structures; it ultimately connects the brain to the spinal cord
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