Name the characteristics of muscles.Name the muscle functions.Name the types of muscles and mention to characteristics of each.Name the organization of muscle tissue from largest to the smallest.Name the major parts of a muscle fiber.Name the three layers of connective tissue membranes in muscles and mention to their locations.Define the structure of a sarcomere.Explain the sliding filament mechanism.Name the stages of sliding filaments in order. Briefly explain each.Explain the structure of NMJ and name the steps of muscle stimulation in order.Name the sources of muscle energy and briefly explain each.Define a motor unit.Name the stages of a muscle twitch in order.Define wave summation, unfused and fused tetanus.Name the types of muscle contraction and briefly explain each.Chapter 12You should be able to:Classify the nervous system in to two major parts.Name the organs in CNS and PNS.Name the two major types of nerves and mention to their numbers.Mention to functions of sensory receptors.Name and briefly explain the three main functions of nervous system.Classify the neurons based on their functions.Explain the subdivisions of PNS and mention to their characteristics.Mention the characteristics of neurons.Name the major parts of each neuron and mention to their functions.Name the major parts of an axon.Mention to the function of myelin sheath.Classify the neurons based on their structures and name the most numerous one in CNS.Define the general function of neuralgia. Name the neuralgia in CNS and mention to their functions.Name the neuralgia in PNS and mention to their functions.Mention to the difference between myelinated vs. unmyelinated axons.Mention to the difference in gray and white matters locations in brain and spinal cord.Define resting membrane potential and mention to the number.Define graded potential vs. action potential.Explain depolarization and repolarization and the events that you have in each.Define absolute refractory period vs. relative refractory period.Name the types of impulse propagation in myelinated vs. Unmyelinated axons and explain the difference.Define a synapse.Name the types of the synapses and mention to the difference.Mention to the difference of the repair in CNS vs. PNS.Chapter 13You should be able to:Mention to the functions of CNS.Define a tract.Name the major parts of the brain and name the largest part.Name the types of protection in CNS.Explain the bony protection in CNS.Name the layers of meninges in order and mention to characteristics of each.Name the spaces between the layers of meninges and mention to their locations.Name the space which contains CSF.Define the blood brain barrier and mention to the components.Define CSF, mention to the functions and the characteristics of normal CSF.Define brain ventricles and name them.Name the connections between lateral and third and also third and fourth ventricles.Explain the formation and circulation of CSF.Define gyrus, sulcus and fissure.Name the lobes of cerebrum.Name the types of tracts in cerebrum and mention to characteristics of each.Define the basal nuclei, mention to their function and name them.Mention to the function of limbic system.Define sensory vs. motor vs. association areas in cerebrum.Name the sensory areas and mention to their functions.Name the motor areas and mention to their functions.Name the association areas and mention to their functions.Define hemisphere lateralization.Name the major parts of diencephalon and mention to their functions.Name the parts of brain stem and mention to the functions of each part.Mention to function of reticular formation.Name the functions of cerebellum.

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  • Name the characteristics of muscles.
  • Name the muscle functions.
  • Name the types of muscles and mention to characteristics of each.
  • Name the organization of muscle tissue from largest to the smallest.
  • Name the major parts of a muscle fiber.
  • Name the three layers of connective tissue membranes in muscles and mention to their locations.
  • Define the structure of a sarcomere.
  • Explain the sliding filament mechanism.
  • Name the stages of sliding filaments in order. Briefly explain each.
  • Explain the structure of NMJ and name the steps of muscle stimulation in order.
  • Name the sources of muscle energy and briefly explain each.
  • Define a motor unit.
  • Name the stages of a muscle twitch in order.
  • Define wave summation, unfused and fused tetanus.
  • Name the types of muscle contraction and briefly explain each.

Chapter 12

You should be able to:

  • Classify the nervous system in to two major parts.
  • Name the organs in CNS and PNS.
  • Name the two major types of nerves and mention to their numbers.
  • Mention to functions of sensory receptors.
  • Name and briefly explain the three main functions of nervous system.
  • Classify the neurons based on their functions.
  • Explain the subdivisions of PNS and mention to their characteristics.
  • Mention the characteristics of neurons.
  • Name the major parts of each neuron and mention to their functions.
  • Name the major parts of an axon.
  • Mention to the function of myelin sheath.
  • Classify the neurons based on their structures and name the most numerous one in CNS.
  • Define the general function of neuralgia.

 

  • Name the neuralgia in CNS and mention to their functions.
  • Name the neuralgia in PNS and mention to their functions.
  • Mention to the difference between myelinated vs. unmyelinated axons.
  • Mention to the difference in gray and white matters locations in brain and spinal cord.
  • Define resting membrane potential and mention to the number.
  • Define graded potential vs. action potential.
  • Explain depolarization and repolarization and the events that you have in each.
  • Define absolute refractory period vs. relative refractory period.
  • Name the types of impulse propagation in myelinated vs. Unmyelinated axons and explain the difference.
  • Define a synapse.
  • Name the types of the synapses and mention to the difference.
  • Mention to the difference of the repair in CNS vs. PNS.

Chapter 13

You should be able to:

  • Mention to the functions of CNS.
  • Define a tract.
  • Name the major parts of the brain and name the largest part.
  • Name the types of protection in CNS.
  • Explain the bony protection in CNS.
  • Name the layers of meninges in order and mention to characteristics of each.
  • Name the spaces between the layers of meninges and mention to their locations.
  • Name the space which contains CSF.
  • Define the blood brain barrier and mention to the components.
  • Define CSF, mention to the functions and the characteristics of normal CSF.
  • Define brain ventricles and name them.
  • Name the connections between lateral and third and also third and fourth ventricles.
  • Explain the formation and circulation of CSF.
  • Define gyrus, sulcus and fissure.
  • Name the lobes of cerebrum.
  • Name the types of tracts in cerebrum and mention to characteristics of each.
  • Define the basal nuclei, mention to their function and name them.
  • Mention to the function of limbic system.
  • Define sensory vs. motor vs. association areas in cerebrum.
  • Name the sensory areas and mention to their functions.
  • Name the motor areas and mention to their functions.
  • Name the association areas and mention to their functions.
  • Define hemisphere lateralization.
  • Name the major parts of diencephalon and mention to their functions.
  • Name the parts of brain stem and mention to the functions of each part.
  • Mention to function of reticular formation.
  • Name the functions of cerebellum.
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