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The chemicals inside these ‘little bladders’ are called neurotransmitters and these are the chemicals that cross the synaptic gap and pass on the message from one neuron to another. 26 The Brain and the Nervous System When the action potential arrives at the pre-synaptic terminal this causes calcium channels to open in the terminal’s membrane (remember, these are ‘holes’ in the semi-permeable membrane that temporarily open to allow certain ions – in this case calcium – into the inside of the neuron).
PAGE 2 The average adult human brain is actually around the size of a grapefruit or a small melon and is pinkishgrey in colour. It has many folds and creases and looks a little like a large walnut. PAGE 3 Panel 1 These days we are quite accustomed to seeing the brain as the source of our thoughts and actions. However, this was not always the dominant idea. Ancient cultures, including the Egyptian, Indian and Chinese, considered the heart to be the seat of thoughts and emotions. The ancient Greek philosophers Hippocrates (460–370 BC) and Galen (AD 130–200) both suggested the brain as the source of these phenomena whilst Aristotle (384–322 BC) believed the brain was there to cool the passions of the heart!
While not fUlllj understood, the mechanism of transduction involves PHorOPIGMEt'iTS chemicals which change when exposed to light. When light hits these photo pigments, thelj change chemiCalllj which causes a nerve impulse to be sent. 36 .. Vision and Audition and cones are There are a number of differences between rods and cones. ",. S. directlLj and FOV~A The peripheral retina - the area surrounding the Fovea - contains both rods and cones. The retina is made up of rods and cones and a network of other nerve cells.