The 5 Brain waves and its Connection with Flow State
Read this article to discover electric patterns also known as the five brain waves. Learn their frequencies and their relationship with the Flow State here
Visual System (sensory System) Part 4
Binding Mechanism Information about the form, depth, motion, and color of objects in a visual field is conveyed by separate neuronal pathways to the brain. This information is processed by different cell groups in the cortex. A mechanism, which has […]
Nerves in Nature: Exploration in Photography #1
Nature photography mirroring the human nervous system. The first installment of this exploration in nature and the human body through art and photography.
The Cranial Nerves (Organization of the Central Nervous System) Part 4
Cranial Nerves of the Pons and Midbrain Associated With the Control of Eye Movements Abducens Nerve (Cranial Nerve VI) Components: GSE. The abducens nerve is a pure motor nerve whose principal function is to move the eye laterally (i.e., abduct […]
Image from page 45 of "The ecological relations of roots" (1919)
Identifier: ecologicalrelati00weav Title: The ecological relations of roots Year: 1919 (1910s) Authors: Weaver, John E. (John Ernest), 1884-1966 Subjects: Roots (Botany) Plant ecology Publisher: Washington, Carnegie institution of Washington Contributing Library: The Library of Congress Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context…
Auditory and Vestibular Systems (sensory System) Part 2
Central Auditory Pathways The central auditory pathways are shown in Fig. 17-6. The central processes of bipolar neurons in the spiral ganglion form the cochlear nerve, which joins the vestibular nerve to form the vestibulocochlear nerve (cranial nerve VIII). The […]
Cranial nerves | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org
The cranial nerves are the 12 paired sets of nerves that arise from the cerebrum or brainstem and leave the central nervous system through cranial foramina rather than through the spine. The cranial nerves are numbered one to twelve, always using...
Identification: Nature's Restaurant: A Complete Wild Food Guide - Fields, Forests & Wetlands Foods of Eastern North America
Identification Notes. Leaf Arrangement (Phyllotaxis), Simple vs. Compound Leaves, Compound Leaf Arrangement, Variability & Taste Variations.