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Northeastern University Department of Biology BIOU587/BIOG287 Monday-Wednesday 2:50-4:30 Spring, 2007
 

Summary: Northeastern University Department of Biology
BIOU587/BIOG287 Monday-Wednesday 2:50-4:30 Spring, 2007
Comparative Neurobiology
Joseph Ayers
Office: 444 Richards Hall, x4044
Lab: Marine Science Center, East Point, Nahant MA 01908 (781) 581-7370 x309
Email: lobster@neu.edu http://www.neurotechnology.neu.edu/
Key Numbers: UG 04710; G 25963
This course will survey the Neuroethology and mechanisms of simple neural systems in invertebrates and
lower vertebrates. Lecture material will emphasize experimental approaches from the literature.
Date Topic Subject
Jan 8 INTRODUCTION Neuroscience and Neurotechnology
10 VISUALIZING and RECORDING from NEURONS Anatomical and Physiological Techniques
15 Martin Luther King Birthday No Class
17 SURVEY of NERVOUS SYSTEMS Invertebrates and Lower Vertebrates
22 BIOELECTRICITY I. Membrane Channels and Resting Potentials
24 BIOELECTRICITY II. Fast Membrane Conductances
29 BIOELECTRICITY III. Slow Membrane Conductances
31 SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION I. Conduction, Electrotonic Transmission
Feb 5 SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION II. Chemical Synapses, PSP's

  

Source: Ayers, Joseph - Marine Science Center & Department of Biology, Northeastern University

 

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