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The Human Central Nervous System: Neuroanatomy, cell and molecular mechanisms, mechanisms of signaling, and development are thoroughly described in the context of the cognitive approaches to behavio We are especially indebted to John H.

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These cells develop initially as bipolar cells; later the two cell processes fuse to form one axon that emerges from the cell body. Parallel processing also occurs in a single pathway when different neurons in the pathway perform similar computations simultaneously.

There the action potential causes transmitter release, which triggers a synaptic potential in the muscle.

Selected Readings Bear DM. The total number of action potentials in a given period of time determines exactly how much neurotransmitter will be released by the cell.

Curr Opin Neurobiol 7: Release of function in the nervous system. To illustrate the role of the cerebral cortex in cognition, we will trace the development of our understanding of the neural basis of language, using it as an example of how we have progressed in localizing mental functions in the brain.

The Modifiability of Specific Connections Contributes to the Adaptability of Behavior That neurons make specific connections with one another simple reflexes can undergo modification that lasts minutes, and much learning results in behavioral change that can endure for years. The stretching of a muscle produces a receptor potential in the terminal fibers of the sensory neuron the dorsal root ganglion cell.


Elsevier; 3rd edition Language: Initially molecular biology enriched our understanding of ion channels and receptors important for signaling. Because astrocytes are highly P. We also are indebted to Amanda Suver and Harriet Lebowitz, ndurociencia development editors, and to the manager of art services, Eve Siegel, for their help in producing this edition.

Later in this chapter we shall describe the physiological basis of this principle.

The visual pathways activated by receptor cells in the retina that respond to light are completely distinct from the somatic sensory pathways activated by sensory cells in the skin that respond to touch nerociencia to pain. Thus, the right hand, the one most humans use for writing and skilled movements, is controlled by the left hemisphere, the same hemisphere that controls speech.

Principiios, deaf people can become aphasic for sign language as a result of lesions in the left hemisphere. We have even begun to define the molecular mechanisms underlying the developmental processes responsible for assembling functional neural circuits.

Berni Alder e James Gunn. Finally, the 80, genes of the human genome are nearly sequenced. The brain analyzes and interprets patterns of incoming electrical signals and in this way creates our everyday sensations of sight, touch, taste, smell, and sound. This recommendation is of particular importance ptincipios connection with new or infrequently used drugs.

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Bull Soc Anthropol 6: Unlike other tissues, whose cells have simple shapes and fit into a single field of the d microscope, nerve cells have complex shapes; the elaborate patterns of dendrites and the seemingly endless course jandel some axons made it extremely difficult initially to establish a relationship between these elements.

The common neural representation neuroviencia then relayed from Wernicke’s to Broca’s area, where it is transformed from a sensory auditory or visual representation into a motor representation that can potentially lead to spoken or written language. Fast transport of materials in mammalian nerve fi- bers. Still others are specialized for information from the special senses: In white matter left they provide the myelin, and in gray matter right perineural oligodendrocytes surround and support the cell bodies of neurons.


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Most presynaptic terminals end on the postsynaptic neuron’s dendrites, iandel the terminals may also end on the cell body or, less often, at the beginning or end of theaxon of the receiving cell Figure As noted earlier, the action potential is an all-or-none impulse that is actively propagated along the axon, so that its amplitude is not diminished by the time it reaches the axon terminal.

These things that we suffer all come from the brain, when it is not healthy, but becomes abnormally hot, cold, moist, or dry, or suffers any other unnatural affection to which it was not accustomed. kandep

These processes include the specification of cell fate, cell migration, axon growth, target recognition, and synapse formation. They found that different lesions within Wernicke’s area give rise to different failures to comprehend. In addition, we thank the following colleagues, who made constructive comments on various chapters: This new approach gave rise to ethology, the study of animal behavior in the natural environment, and later to experimental psychology, the study of human and animal behavior under controlled conditions.

Individual nerve cells, the basic units of the brain, are relatively simple in their morphology. Such a comprehensive approach depends on the view that all behavior is the result of brain function.