Neurobiology focuses on the organization and function of nervous tissues and systems. The course begins with an anatomical overview, followed by an examination of neural system function at the level of signaling and synaptic transmission, sensory systems, and central system integration and control. With this foundation, the course explores brain development and plasticity. Additional hours are required to monitor experiments. (also listed as BIOL 3457.) (Offered every year). Prerequisites: BIOL 3313, NEUR 2310, and CHEM 2319, 2119
4 credits
Upper Division
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