And vice versa for the fibers that mediate the response to heatStudy explores the body's pain reactions May 21, 2009
Conventional wisdom was that nociceptive neurons in the skin can't tell the difference between heat and mechanical pain, like a pin prickStudy explores the body's pain reactions May 21, 2009
This tells us the fibers that mediate the response to being poked are neither necessary nor sufficient for a behavioral response to heatStudy explores the body's pain reactions May 21, 2009
Obtaining such proof required the ability to experimentally interfere with the insects' capacity to sense the pheromonePheromone linked with aggression found Dec 10, 2009
And it was absolutely obvious that neurons in different regions of the brain were being activated by the sound or activated by the wind, and these regions were different, even if we applied the two stimuli simultaneouslyFruit flies used to study neural circuits Mar 19, 2009
David Kent Anderson (born July 28, 1983 in Westlake Village, California) is an American football wide receiver for the Houston Texans of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Houston Texans in the seventh round of the 2006 NFL Draft. He played college football at Colorado State.
Anderson played wide receiver for Thousand Oaks High School alongside future UCLA Bruins quarterback Ben Olson. Anderson started in his sophomore year for the varsity team and earned 3 letters and multiple all-state honors.
Majoring in speech communication, Anderson was a standout wide receiver for the Colorado State Rams football team, finishing his career in 2005. He was listed as 5'11" weighing 195 lbs his senior year and wore number 4. Anderson played with notable quarterbacks Bradlee Van Pelt and Justin Holland and was coached by Sonny Lubick.