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physical support

repair

K+ metabolism

help maintain blood brain
barrier.
Cell type>?
Astrocytes
astrocyte marker
GFAP
GFAP marker for what cell
astrocyte
name the cell:
physical support

repair

K+ metabolism

help maintain blood brain
barrier.
astrocyte
ependymal cell location
inner lining of ventricles
cell type which comprises inner lining of ventricles
ependymal
microglia fnx
phagocytosis
oligodendroglia fnx
central myelin production
cells responsible for central myelin production
oligodendroglia
schwann cell fnx
peripheral myelin production
microglia embryonic origin
mesoderm
effect of HIV infection of microglia
multinucleated giant cells
oligodendrocyte appearance by nissl stain
small nuclei
dark chromatin
little cytoplasm
cell type destroyed in multiple sclerosis
oligodendroglia
acoustic neuroma neoplastic cell type
schwann
layers of peripheral nerve
outside in:
epineurium
perineurium
endoneurium
location and function of meissner's corpuscles
dermis of palms, soles, and digits of skin

light discriminatory touch of hairless skin
pacinian corpuscle location and function
deeper layers of skin at ligaments, joint capsules, serous membranes, mesenteries. pressure, coarse touch, vibration, tension
merkel's corpuscle locationi and function
dermis of fingertips, hair follicles, hard palate

light crude touch

(cup shaped)
structure which secretes endolymph
stria vascularis
stria vascularis significance
secretes endolymph
utricle detects what?
horizontal linear acceleration
saccule detects what?
verticle linear acceleration
semicicular canals detect what?
angular acceleration
base of cochlea detects what
low frequency sound
apex of cochlea detects what
high frequency sound
hearing loss in the elderly
high frequency -> low frequency
what structures form the blood brain barrier
1 tight junctions between capillary endothelium

2 basement membrane

3 astrocyte processes
mechanism of glucose crossing of blood brain barrier
carrier mediated transport