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VISĀ 429. Intro to Neurobiology. 3 Hours.

Students will be introduced to the neuroanatomy and neurophysiology of marine invertebrates and vertebrates. The following aspects of neurobiology will be covered in lectures and laboratory exercises: neurons and glia, passive properties of neurons; resting potentials; action potentials; synaptic transmission; neurotransmitters and receptors; sensory transduction; muscle innervation and contraction; sensorimotor integration; and neurophysiological bases of behavior. In addition, students will use computer simulations that allow a more in-depth exploration of cellular neurobiology than is possible in standard laboratory classes. Preq: Introductory Biology; Recommended: General Chemistry and General Physics.

Neuroscience

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...Neuroscience PY 468 Cognitive Neuroimaging VIS 429 Intro to Neurobiology VIS 456 Visual Neuroscience Total...