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Lecture 1

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diencephalon thalamus and hypothalamus
transverse fissure deep cleft between cerebellum and cerebrum
central sulcus separates frontal and parietal (separates anterior and posterior)
lateral seculus separates frontal temporal and parental
glia cells that are not neurons
grey matter in CNS spinal cord, cerebral and cerebellar cortices, nuclei in brinastem and cerebrum
grey matter in PNS ganglia (ganglion) knots of grey matter
mulitpolar vast majority of neurons
bipolar 2 branches, "special senses"
pseydounipolar starts as a unipolar and later becomes fused
pryamidal cortical nuerons, projections neurons
stellate in spinal cord or brain (star shaped)
astrocyte helps neurons, in CNS ONLY, custodial staff of CNS
oligodendrocyte myelination of MULTIPLE axons in the CNS
schwann cell myelination of INDIVIDUAL axons in the PNS
nissl stain binds to DNA/RNA
Myelin stain binds to phospholipids
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