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cell size comparisons

cell size comparisons

Nuclei of the Thalamus

Nuclei of the Thalamus

The thalamus is the gateway to the cerebral cortex; assists with motor control and relaying signals to the cerebellum; and plays a role in memory and emotional responses via the limbic system

The thalamus is the gateway to the cerebral cortex; assists with motor control and relaying signals to the cerebellum; and plays a role in memory and emotional responses via the limbic system

Diagram of the structures involved in the stretch reflex arc. I is an inhibitory interneuron; E indicates an excitatory presynaptic terminal; Ia is a primary intrafusal afferent fiber; Ca2+ denotes activator calcium stored in the sarcoplasmic reticulum of skeletal muscle; RyR channels indicates the Ca2+ release channels.

Diagram of the structures involved in the stretch reflex arc. I is an inhibitory interneuron; E indicates an excitatory presynaptic terminal; Ia is a primary intrafusal afferent fiber; Ca2+ denotes activator calcium stored in the sarcoplasmic reticulum of skeletal muscle; RyR channels indicates the Ca2+ release channels.

Great Layout of Aphasia Types

Great Layout of Aphasia Types

sliding filament theory - Google Search

sliding filament theory - Google Search

Thyroid

Thyroid

muscle contraction

muscle contraction

Skeletal Muscle fill-in sheet

Skeletal Muscle fill-in sheet

This figure shows the different steps in which carbohydrates are metabolized and lists the number of ATP molecules produced in each step. The different steps shown are glycolysis, transformation of pyruvate to acetyl-CoA, the Krebs cycle, and the electron transport chain.

This figure shows the different steps in which carbohydrates are metabolized and lists the number of ATP molecules produced in each step. The different steps shown are glycolysis, transformation of pyruvate to acetyl-CoA, the Krebs cycle, and the electron transport chain.