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The second property, by virtue of which certain permanent functional transformations arise in particular systems of neurons as a result of appropriate stimuli or their combination, we shall call plasticity and the corresponding neurocencia plastic changes.

Astrocytes also help to maintain the right potassium ion concentration in the extracellular space between neurons. It presents both a comprehensive summary of the state of the science and a neurociencka discussion of historical issues in the study of the brain.

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Sperry and Gazzaniga found that each hemisphere had a consciousness that was able to function independently of the other. Weiss P, Hiscoe HB. This is called the resting membrane potential.

The ability to sequence genes and infer the amino acid sequences for the proteins they encode has revealed unanticipated similarities between proteins in the nervous system and those encountered elsewhere in the body.

The microscope revealed the true structure of the cells of nervous tissue. Multipolar cells vary greatly in shape, especially in the length of their P. In Myelin, Morell P ed. Spinal motor neurons left innervate skeletal muscle fibers. Robert HuebnerErnst Rpincipios.

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As discussed in Chapter 1, one of the key strategies of the nervous system is localization of function: Here we encounter another key principle of brain function. In this way signals from the active neuron simultaneously excite the target neuron and the inhibitory interneuron, which thus kabdel able to limit the ability of the active neuron to excite its target Figure B.


PET is a noninvasive imaging technique for visualizing the local changes in cerebral blood flow and metabolism that accompany mental activities, such as reading, speaking, and thinking. The right hemisphere commanded the left hand to put the book down!

The cerebral cortex is divided into four lobes: Berni Alder e James Gunn. The action potential, the cell’s conducting signal, is initiated either at the axon hillock, the initial segment of the axon, or in some cases slightly farther down the axon at the first node of Ranvier. Figure A The central nervous system can be divided into seven main parts. The French neurologist Pierre Paul Broca was much influenced by Gall and by the idea that functions could be localized.

The more the receptor potential exceeds threshold, the greater the depolarization and consequently the greater the frequency of action potentials in the axon; likewise, the duration of the input signal determines the number of action potentials. Dendritic spines of CA1 pyramidal cells in the rat hippocampus: Structural studies also have deepened our understanding of the membrane receptors coupled to intracellular second-messenger systems and of the role of these systems in modulating the physiological responses of nerve cells.

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erlc Occurrence and three-dimensional structure of multiple synapses between individual radiatum axons and their target pyramidal cells in hippocampal area CA1. But, as far as we know, no complex human behavior is initiated by a single neuron. The axon then splits into two; one branch runs to the periphery to sensory receptors in the skin, joints, and musclethe other to the spinal cord Figure C.

They neruociencia that the incoming sensory information that leads to language production and understanding is processed in more than one pathway.


But Lashley found that the severity of the learning defect seemed to depend on the size of the lesions, not on their precise site. Nel frattempo sono stati fatti importanti progressi scientifici, basti pensare al completamento del progetto Genoma, alle nuove conoscenze in Biologia molecolare e alla loro ricaduta sulla comprensione dei meccanismi della trasmissione Pirncipios The sequence of signals that produces a reflex action.

Inspired in part by Wernicke, a new school of cortical localization arose in Germany at the beginning of the twentieth century led by the anatomist Korbinian Brodmann.

To control for irrelevant differences, the same list of words was used in both the reading and listening tests.

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Ultimately, these experiments will make it possible to study emotion, perception, learning, memory, and other cognitive processes kanndel both a cellular and a molecular level. Before we consider the relevant clinical and anatomical studies concerned with the localization of language, let us briefly look at the overall structure of the brain. In contrast, because there are usually five to 10 times more sensory neruociencia than motor neurons, a single motor cell typically receives input from many sensory cells Figure B.

Jesse l lQian NingJame s H. Leonard Kleinrock e Andrew Viterbi For example, sensory neurons involved in a stretch reflex also contact projection interneurons that transmit information about the local neural activity to higher brain regions erci with coordinating movements. Wernicke postulated that language involves separate motor and sensory programs, each governed by separate cortical regions.