Core Concepts Resources

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Contents

Cells

  1. Brain Cell Structure
  2. Microscopy
  3. Stem Cells
  4. Treatment with Stem Cells

Health and Disease

  1. Drug Development and Ethics
  2. Invertebrate Research
  3. Risk Factors for Neuroscience-related Disorders
  4. Disease Interactions
  5. Addiction

Nervous System

  1. Senses
  2. Sensory Homunculus
  3. Structure and Function of the Nervous System
  4. Brain Regions
  5. Spinal Cord
  6. Language, Speech and Critical Periods
  7. Resting and Action Potentials
  8. Speed of Neurotransmission
  9. EPSPs and IPSPs
  10. The Synapse
  11. Neuroplasticity
  12. Reflexes
  13. Autonomic Nervous System
  14. Alzheimer's Disease
  15. Parkinson's Disease
  16. Depression
  17. Ageing in the Nervous System
  18. Effect of Ageing
  19. Perception
  20. Memory

Eye

  1. Structure and Function of the Eye
  2. Rods and Cones
  3. Eye Tests

Muscles and the Neuromuscular Junction

  1. Muscles and the Neuromuscular Junction
  2. The Heart and SAN

Methods relating to Brain Studies

  1. Methods
  2. Animal Research Methods
  3. Knockout Animals in Research
  4. Brain Development Studies

Homeostasis

Genetics

  1. Gene Technology
  2. The Human Genome
  3. Inheritance Patterns
  4. Natural Selection
  5. RNA Interference
  6. Epigenetics
  7. Pharmacogenetics

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