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OCR F215 Module 4: The Brain and Nervous system

OCR A Level Biology F215 Module 4: The brain, nervous system and muscle contractions. Hope it helps!
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Neil Turner

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Transcript of OCR F215 Module 4: The Brain and Nervous system

Module 4: The Brain, Nervous System
and muscle contraction The Brain Glossary: – The brain, nervous system and muscle
contraction

Cerebrum
Medulla oblongata
Hypothalamus
Cerebellum
Autonomic motor neurone
Somatic motor neurone
Sympathetic subsystems
Parasympathetic subsystem Glossary and Objectives Types of Muscle and Muscle Contraction The Nervous system Label this diagram Cartilage
Ligament
Synovial fluid
Acetylcholine
Acetylcholinesterase
Sarcolemma
T tubule
Neuromuscular junction
Smooth muscle
Skeletal muscle
Myofibril
Sliding Filament theory
Myosin
Actin
Fight or flight
Stressor
old school video! Simple video! Complicated but good! Great weblink!
Loads of info Lesson notes and handouts Sympathetic and
parasympathetic Neuromuscular
junction Basic intro 3 types of muscles Lesson Handouts Muscle contraction Good info...
read it!!! SSSR Extra notes good detail! http://faculty.washington.
edu/chudler/auto.html http://i-biology.net/options/option-e-neurobiology-and-behaviour/e5-the-human-brain/ Some good weblinks!
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