Medical Physiology

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Medical Physiology
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2011-05-25 23:00:06
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  1. How does signals travel from one neuron to the other in the nervous system?
    From the Axon of the preceding neuron to dendrites on cell membranes of subsequent neurons.
  2. The channeling and processing of information by the nervous system is called what?
    The integrative function of the nervous system.
  3. What is the role of synapses in processing of information?
    Synapses determine the directions that the nervous system signals will spread through the nervous system.
  4. Where are sensory information stored?
    Most storage occurs in the cerebral cortex.

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