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Figure Functional hierarchy of the peripheral nervous system
Figure 48.2 Structure of a vertebrate neuron
Figure 48.4 Structural diversity of neurons
Figure 48.5 Schwann cells
Figure 48.1 Overview of a vertebrate nervous system
Figure 48.3 The knee-jerk reflex
Figure 48.6 Measuring membrane potentials
Figure 48.7 The basis of the membrane potential
Figure 48.8 Graded potentials and the action potential in a neuron
Figure 48.9 The role of voltage-gated ion channels in the action potential (Layer 1)
Figure 48.9 The role of voltage-gated ion channels in the action potential (Layer 2)
Figure 48.9 The role of voltage-gated ion channels in the action potential (Layer 3)
Figure 48.9 The role of voltage-gated ion channels in the action potential (Layer 4)
Figure 48.9 The role of voltage-gated ion channels in the action potential (Layer 5)
Figure Propagation of the action potential
Figure Saltatory conduction
Figure A chemical synapse
Figure Integration of multiple synaptic inputs
Figure Summation of postsynaptic potentials
Table 48.1 The Major Known Neurotransmitters
Figure Diversity in nervous systems
Figure The nervous system of a vertebrate
Figure 48.16x Spinal cord
Figure The main roles of the parasympathetic and sympathetic nerves in regulating internal body functions
Figure 48.20x1 Cerebral cortex, gray and white matter
Figure Embryonic development of the brain
Figure The main parts of the human brain
Figure 48.20x2 Cerebral cortex
Figure Structure and functional areas of the cerebrum
Figure Mapping language areas of the cerebral cortex
Figure Primary motor and somatosensory areas of the human cerebral cortex
Figure The limbic system
Figure The reticular formation
Fugure 48.22a Electroencephalogram (EEG) electrodes
Figure 48.22b-d Brain waves recorded by an electroencephalogram (EEG)
Figure Activity rhythms in a nocturnal mammal, the northern flying squirrel
Figure How do developing axons know which way to go?
Figure 48.28x1 Brain MRI
Figure Neural progenitor cell
Figure 48.0x1 Aplysia neuron
Figure 48.0x2 Frog neuron
Figure 48.2x Neurons
Figure 48.0 A neuron on a microprocessor
Figure 48.0 A neuron on a microprocessor. Figure 48.1 Overview of a vertebrate nervous system.
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