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Northeastern University Department of Biology BIOU587/BIOG287 Mon, Wed, Thur: 4:35-5:40 135 SH Spring, 2005
 

Summary: Northeastern University Department of Biology
BIOU587/BIOG287 Mon, Wed, Thur: 4:35-5:40 135 SH Spring, 2005
Comparative Neurobiology
Joseph Ayers
Marine Science Center, East Point, Nahant MA 01908
(781) 581-7370, Email: lobster@neu.edu http://www.neurotechnology.neu.edu/
Key Numbers: Ugrad 14125; Grad 23932
This course will survey the neurophysiology and mechanisms of simple neural systems in invertebrates and
lower vertebrates. Lecture material will emphasize experimental approaches from the literature.
Date Topic Subject
5-Jan NEUROTECHNOLOGY Biomimetics
6 CELLULAR NEUROANATOMY Cells and Systems
10 VISUALIZING NEURONS Anatomical Techniques
12 RECORDING from NEURONS Physiological Techniques
13 SURVEY of NERVOUS SYSTEMS I Invertebrates
17 Martin Luther King Birthday
19 SURVEY of NERVOUS SYSTEMS II Spinal Cord and Brainstem
20 SURVEY of NERVOUS SYSTEMS III Mammalian Brains
24 ARCHITECTRONICS of GANGLIA & BRAINS Ganglionic Structure and Function
26 BIOELECTRICITY I. Membrane Channels

  

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

 

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