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BIO 343 - Neuroscience

This course is a study of the mammalian nervous system, with special emphasis on the human brain. This course covers the fundamentals of 1. The structure and function of the neuron, including action potentials, neurotransmitter, and the effects of hormones and drugs on the brain, 2. The organization and function of neural systems including basic neuroanatomy, the senses, and motor movement, and 3. Brain behavior interactions including learning and memory, attention, sleep, and emotions. Prerequisite: BIO231/232

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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