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Anatomy nervous system 3
vestibulocochle
vagus
meninges
This nerve carries sound and movement messages from the inner…
This nerve carries massages that regulate heart rate, breathi…
___ cover the CNS, the are made up of three layers
vestibulocochle
This nerve carries sound and movement messages from the inner…
vagus
This nerve carries massages that regulate heart rate, breathi…
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Ch 9 Nervous System 3: Ear Anatomy
auditory canal
tympanic membrane
malleus
auricle
auditory canal
tympanic membrane
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Anatomy nervous system 3
Meninges
Dura mater
Arachnoid mater
Cerebrospinal fluid
Layered membranes between bony coverings and soft tissues of…
Outermost layer of meninges , though white fibrous connective…
Thin weblike membrane without blood vessels, contains CSF
Between arachnoid and pis maters, clear
Meninges
Layered membranes between bony coverings and soft tissues of…
Dura mater
Outermost layer of meninges , though white fibrous connective…
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Anatomy 3 Nervous System
Body's control center
Neurology
Central nervous system
Brain and spinal cord
The nervous system is the
The study of the nervous system
The central processing center. Main network of coordination a…
The central nervous system consists of
Body's control center
The nervous system is the
Neurology
The study of the nervous system
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Anatomy - Nervous System (3)
Cerebellum
Protection of the central nervous system
Mininges
Dura matter double-layered external co…
1. Two hemispheres with convoluted surfaces... 2. Provides invol…
1. Scalp and skin... 2. Skull and vertebral column... 3. Mininges…
Dura mater
1. Periosteum... 2. Meningeal layer
Cerebellum
1. Two hemispheres with convoluted surfaces... 2. Provides invol…
Protection of the central nervous system
1. Scalp and skin... 2. Skull and vertebral column... 3. Mininges…
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The Nervous System Anatomy
Central nervous system
Peripheral nervous system
Motor division
Sensory division
Part of the nervous system that is made up of the brain and s…
Part of the nervous system that consists of all of the nerves…
Carries messages from the Central Nervous System to the inter…
Carries messages from the sense organs (eyes, ears, receptors…
Central nervous system
Part of the nervous system that is made up of the brain and s…
Peripheral nervous system
Part of the nervous system that consists of all of the nerves…
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Anatomy -- The Nervous System #3
Axon
Axon Terminal
Dendrite
Myelin Sheath
Generally conducts impulses away from cell body.
Released neurotransmitters.
Conducts electrical currents toward the cell body.
Increases the speed of an impulse transmission
Axon
Generally conducts impulses away from cell body.
Axon Terminal
Released neurotransmitters.
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Anatomy: The Nervous System 3
I Olfactory
II Optic
III Oculomotor
IV Trochlear
Sensory; Olfaction [smell]
Sensory; Vision
Motor; Superior, Medial and Inferior Rectus Muscles Inferior…
Motor; Superior Oblique Muscle
I Olfactory
Sensory; Olfaction [smell]
II Optic
Sensory; Vision
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Anatomy nervous system 3
Cerebellum
Brain stem
Corpus callosum
Convolutions
Large mass of tissue located below the occipital lobe control…
Cerebrum, cerebellum and blank
Deep Bridge of nerve fibers that connects two cerebral hemisp…
Ridges on surface of cerebrum
Cerebellum
Large mass of tissue located below the occipital lobe control…
Brain stem
Cerebrum, cerebellum and blank
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Anatomy: Nervous System
Falx Cerebri
Falx Cerebri
Falx Cerebelli
Tentorium Cerebelli
Falx Cerebri
Falx Cerebri
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3 - Anatomy of the Nervous System
Forebrain
Telencephalon
Diencephalon
Midbrain
Most dorsal division of the brain. Contains Telencephalon and…
Largest division of the brain. Contains cerebral hemispheres,…
Contains thalamus, hypothalamus, and pituitary gland.
Middle division of the brain, located dorsal of the Hindbrain…
Forebrain
Most dorsal division of the brain. Contains Telencephalon and…
Telencephalon
Largest division of the brain. Contains cerebral hemispheres,…
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Anatomy Unit 3: Nervous System
Sensory Input
Integration
Motor Output
Central Nervous System (CNS)
monitors internal/external changes (sensory receptors)
processes/interprets sensory info
causes a response by activating muscles/glands
brain, spinal cord... -interprets sensory input... -issues instruct…
Sensory Input
monitors internal/external changes (sensory receptors)
Integration
processes/interprets sensory info
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The Nervous System Anatomy
Central nervous system
Somatic nervous system
Peripheral nervous system
Autonomic nervous system
Nervous system subdivision that is composed of the brain and…
Subdivision of the PNS that controls voluntary activities suc…
Nervous system subdivision that is composed of the cranial an…
Subdivision of the PNS that regulates the activity of the hea…
Central nervous system
Nervous system subdivision that is composed of the brain and…
Somatic nervous system
Subdivision of the PNS that controls voluntary activities suc…
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AAMI Anatomy 3 Nervous System
What is the control center for the ent…
This system consists of the brain (enc…
which system evaluates incoming inform…
Which system integrates various impuls…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Central Nervous System (CNS)
What is the control center for the ent…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
This system consists of the brain (enc…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
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anatomy nervous system
functions of the nervous system
broca's area:44,45motor speech area
wernike's area:22 language association
auditory cortex:41 42 Hescyl's gyrus
sensory, analyze, motor output
broca's area
wernike's area
auditory cortex
functions of the nervous system
sensory, analyze, motor output
broca's area:44,45motor speech area
broca's area
Anatomy Unit 3-Nervous System
What are the 3 functions of the nervou…
Info gathered by sensory receptors abo…
Processing and interpretation of senso…
Action that refers to the activation o…
1. Sensory input... 2. Integration... 3. Motor output
Sensory input
Integration
Motor output
What are the 3 functions of the nervou…
1. Sensory input... 2. Integration... 3. Motor output
Info gathered by sensory receptors abo…
Sensory input
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Chapter 3- Anatomy of the Nervous System
central nervous system
peripheral nervous system
1. somatic nervous system... 2. autonomic…
somatic nervous system
the division of the nervous system that co1. ntains the brain…
the division located outside the skill and spine
The peripheral nervous system is composed of two divisions
interacts with the external environment
central nervous system
the division of the nervous system that co1. ntains the brain…
peripheral nervous system
the division located outside the skill and spine
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Anatomy- Exam 3- Nervous System
Three functions of nervous system?
CNS =
PNS =
Ganglia is...
1. Sensory Input- Receptor monitor stimuli inside and outside…
Brain + Spinal cord
Nerves + Ganglia
a collection of neuron cell bodies. Where they are clustered
Three functions of nervous system?
1. Sensory Input- Receptor monitor stimuli inside and outside…
CNS =
Brain + Spinal cord
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Chapter 3: Anatomy of the Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
Somatic Nervous System
Autonomic Nervous System
The division of the nervous system located within the skull a…
Located outside the skull and spine. Has two divisions: Somat…
Part of the peripheral nervous system. Interacts with externa…
The part of the peripheral nervous system that regulates the…
Central Nervous System
The division of the nervous system located within the skull a…
Peripheral Nervous System
Located outside the skull and spine. Has two divisions: Somat…
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Chapter 3: Anatomy of the Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
Somatic Nervous System
Afferent Nerves
brain and spinal cord
division of the nervous system consisting of all nerves that…
a subdivision of the peripheral nervous system. Enables volun…
nerves that carry sensory nerve impulses to the brain or to t…
Central Nervous System
brain and spinal cord
Peripheral Nervous System
division of the nervous system consisting of all nerves that…
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Chapter 3: Anatomy of the Nervous System
2 Divisions of the Nervous system
Central Nervous system
Peripheral Nervous system
Divisions of the Nervous System
Central NS (cns)... Peripheral NS (pns)
within skull and spine, encased in bone.
nerves located outside the brain and spinal cord ... -motor: mov…
CNS... -Brain... -Spinal cord... PNS (voluntary vs Involuntary)... -Som…
2 Divisions of the Nervous system
Central NS (cns)... Peripheral NS (pns)
Central Nervous system
within skull and spine, encased in bone.
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Anatomy Nervous System; Exam #3
Plasma Membrane
Passive Transport
Active Transport
Diffusion
Physical barrier between a cell and the fluid that surrounds it
Does not require energy
Requires energy; against concentration gradient (low -> high)
net movement of a substance from where it is more concentrate…
Plasma Membrane
Physical barrier between a cell and the fluid that surrounds it
Passive Transport
Does not require energy
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Anatomy_test #3_Nervous system
central nervous system is composed of
peripheral nervous system is composed of
ganglia
nerve
brain and spinal cord
cranial nerves... spinal nerves... ganglia
cluster of neuron cell bodies
cable-like bundle of parallel axons.
central nervous system is composed of
brain and spinal cord
peripheral nervous system is composed of
cranial nerves... spinal nerves... ganglia
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Anatomy and Physiology: Nervous system 3
Introduction
3 Meninges Cover CNS
Epidural or subdural hematoma
Ventricles and Cerebrospinal Fluid
-The CNS consists of the brain and spinal cord ... -The brainste…
-Dura Mater... -Arachnoid ... -Pia matter
-Blood collecting outside or beneath dura mater... -Increase pre…
-There are 4 ventricles ... -The ventricles are interconnected c…
Introduction
-The CNS consists of the brain and spinal cord ... -The brainste…
3 Meninges Cover CNS
-Dura Mater... -Arachnoid ... -Pia matter
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anatomy- nervous system part 3
what protects the CNS
3 parts of meninges
dura matter
periosteum of dura matter
scalp, skin, skull, vertebral column, meninges, cerebrospinal…
dura matter, arachnoid layer, pia mater
double layered external covering, periosteum and meningeal la…
attached to the inner surface of the skull
what protects the CNS
scalp, skin, skull, vertebral column, meninges, cerebrospinal…
3 parts of meninges
dura matter, arachnoid layer, pia mater
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Anatomy Quiz #3 - The Nervous System
Which of the following are effectors?
Nerves are ____ of the nervous system?
About 90% of the neurons in the nervou…
Which glial cell is found wrapped arou…
Glands
Organs
Association (interneurons)
Schwann cells
Which of the following are effectors?
Glands
Nerves are ____ of the nervous system?
Organs
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AAMI Anatomy 3 Nervous System
What is the control center for the ent…
This system consists of the brain (enc…
which system evaluates incoming inform…
Which system integrates various impuls…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Central Nervous System (CNS)
What is the control center for the ent…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
This system consists of the brain (enc…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
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Chapter 3: Anatomy of the Nervous System
Neurons
The neuron cell membrane is composed o…
What are some of the different protein…
Channel proteins
Cells that are specialized for the reception, conduction and…
lipid bilayer
Channel proteins and Signal proteins
Proteins through which certain molecules can pass.
Neurons
Cells that are specialized for the reception, conduction and…
The neuron cell membrane is composed o…
lipid bilayer
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Anatomy Exam 3 Nervous System
Nervous System
Endocrine System
Functions the nervous system and endoc…
Sensory input and motor output
-Fast signal transmission... -----Electric signals... -Direct conne…
-Slower signal transmission... ------Hormone signals... -Indirect s…
-Monitors changes in environment... -----Internal and external... -…
Nervous System
-Fast signal transmission... -----Electric signals... -Direct conne…
Endocrine System
-Slower signal transmission... ------Hormone signals... -Indirect s…
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Anatomy Unit 3 - Nervous System
Major Functions of Nervous System
Sensory Input
Integration
Motor Output
Sensory Input... Integration... Motor Output
monitors changes that are happening inside and outside the body
interprets and processes sensory input and makes the decision…
nervous system effects a response by activating a muscle or g…
Major Functions of Nervous System
Sensory Input... Integration... Motor Output
Sensory Input
monitors changes that are happening inside and outside the body
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the Nervous System pt 3- anatomy
embryonic neural tube
cerebral hemispheres (left and right),…
cerebral hemispheres
fissures
The CNS develops from the _________. This becomes the brain a…
what are the 4 chambers within the brain that are filled with…
These are superior parts of the brain that include more than…
these divide the cerebrum into lobes
embryonic neural tube
The CNS develops from the _________. This becomes the brain a…
cerebral hemispheres (left and right),…
what are the 4 chambers within the brain that are filled with…
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Anatomy test 3 nervous system
central nervous system
peripheral nervous system
sensory nervous system.... what are two t…
motor nervous system.... what are two types
brain and spinal cord
nerves and ganglia. (everything else)
detects stimuli and transmits information from receptors to t…
initiates and transmits info from the CNS to effectors... -somat…
central nervous system
brain and spinal cord
peripheral nervous system
nerves and ganglia. (everything else)
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Anatomy Exam 3: Nervous System
what are the functions of the nervous…
central nervous system
peripheral nervous system
what are the cells of the nervous system
collect information... process and evaluate information... initiate…
brain... spinal cord
sensory division... -visceral sensory division... -somatic sensory…
neurons... neuroglia
what are the functions of the nervous…
collect information... process and evaluate information... initiate…
central nervous system
brain... spinal cord
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Chap 3: Anatomy of the Nervous System
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
Somatic Nervous System (SNS)
Afferent Nerves
The brain and the spinal cord.
A division of the nervous system consisting of all nerves tha…
The division of the peripheral nervous system that controls t…
Sensory nerves that carry messages from all parts of the body…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
The brain and the spinal cord.
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
A division of the nervous system consisting of all nerves tha…
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Anatomy Exam 3 - Nervous System
Neurulation
Neural Plate
Neural Groove
Neural Tube
Nervous system development
Forms from the neuroectoderm, which appears in the third week…
Groove with raised neural folds on each side
Formed when the neural folds close around week four
Neurulation
Nervous system development
Neural Plate
Forms from the neuroectoderm, which appears in the third week…
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Anatomy Exam 3 (Nervous System)
Nervous System (2 parts)
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
Developmental Anatomy of the NS
- Central Nervous System... - Peripheral Nervous System
- brain & spinal cord
- all nerves that branch off the CNS
...
Nervous System (2 parts)
- Central Nervous System... - Peripheral Nervous System
Central Nervous System (CNS)
- brain & spinal cord
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Anatomy Lab 3- Nervous System
auricle/pinna
external auditory canal/meatus
tympanic membrane
middle ear cavity
outer ear
lens like structure
...
auricle/pinna
outer ear
external auditory canal/meatus
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Exam 3 Anatomy- The nervous system
Force-Velocity Relationship
electromyography (EMG)
clinical gait analysis
Muscle fatigue
eccentric: muscle force is proportional to velocity of muscle…
visualize electrical activity in muscle ... more electrical acti…
EMG used to investigate which muscle group is used in certain…
results from: altered intracellular ion levels, low ion level…
Force-Velocity Relationship
eccentric: muscle force is proportional to velocity of muscle…
electromyography (EMG)
visualize electrical activity in muscle ... more electrical acti…
71 terms
Anatomy Exam 3: Nervous System
Functions of Nervous System
Afferent nerve fibers
Efferent nerve fibers
Central Nervous System
Communication pathway: ... Sensory input (see break lights)... Inte…
conduct signals TO CNS (sensory)
conduct signals AWAY from CNS (motor/effector neurons)
Brain and spinal cord only. Dorsal body cavity surrounded by…
Functions of Nervous System
Communication pathway: ... Sensory input (see break lights)... Inte…
Afferent nerve fibers
conduct signals TO CNS (sensory)
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Nervous System- Anatomy Exam 3
Neuron cell body
Do neural cells have centrioles?
Synapse
What is gray matter?
1-biosynthetic center where proteins, dna, and enzymes are... 2-…
No! They don't divide as much as other cells- esp. at full gr…
site where a neuron communicates with another cell
a collection of cell bodies
Neuron cell body
1-biosynthetic center where proteins, dna, and enzymes are... 2-…
Do neural cells have centrioles?
No! They don't divide as much as other cells- esp. at full gr…
83 terms
Anatomy Unit 3-The Nervous System
sensory input
integration
motor output
central nervous system (cns)
monitors internal and external changes (sensory receptors)
processes and interprets sensory info
causes a response by activating muscles or glands
interprets sensory input and issues instructions based on pas…
sensory input
monitors internal and external changes (sensory receptors)
integration
processes and interprets sensory info
60 terms
Anatomy Test 3: Nervous System
Neurons, supporting cells
Neurons
Supporting Cells
Astrocytes
The two principal cell types of the nervous system are what?
excitable cells that transmit electrical signals
cells that surround and wrap neurons, insulate, guide young n…
most abundant, cling to neurons and their synaptic endings, a…
Neurons, supporting cells
The two principal cell types of the nervous system are what?
Neurons
excitable cells that transmit electrical signals
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Chapter 3: Anatomy of the nervous system
Whats the Central nervous system?
Whats the peripheral system (PNS)?
What are the 2 divisions of PNS?
Whats the somatic nervous system?
Part of the nervous system that contains the skull and spinal…
nerve tissue outside the brain and spinal coloum
Somatic and auto nervous system
receives sensory information from the sensory organs and cont…
Whats the Central nervous system?
Part of the nervous system that contains the skull and spinal…
Whats the peripheral system (PNS)?
nerve tissue outside the brain and spinal coloum
60 terms
Anatomy Exam 3: The Nervous System
What is the nervous System?
What are the anatomical divisions of t…
What are the functional divisions of t…
What does the sensory division do?
Primary coordinating and controlling system of the body. Uses…
Central(Brain, spinal cord) and Peripheral(nerves,sensory rec…
Sensory and Motor division
carries impulses from sensory receptors into the Central Nerv…
What is the nervous System?
Primary coordinating and controlling system of the body. Uses…
What are the anatomical divisions of t…
Central(Brain, spinal cord) and Peripheral(nerves,sensory rec…
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Unit 3 Anatomy - nervous system
Sensory input (overlapping function)
Integrative (overlapping function)
Motor output (overlapping function)
CNS
Afferent nerves monitor changes occupant in both inside and o…
Control center gathers information and decides what should be…
Efferent nerves respond to signals by activating effector
Brain and spinal cord
Sensory input (overlapping function)
Afferent nerves monitor changes occupant in both inside and o…
Integrative (overlapping function)
Control center gathers information and decides what should be…
61 terms
Anatomy test 3 (nervous system)
Nervous system
Two major divisions of the nervous sys…
CNS
PNS
Controls other systems ... Acts quickly to stimulate rapid respo…
Central Nervous System (CNS) ... Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
Brain and the spinal cord
Nerves outside the central nervous system
Nervous system
Controls other systems ... Acts quickly to stimulate rapid respo…
Two major divisions of the nervous sys…
Central Nervous System (CNS) ... Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
26 terms
Anatomy vocab - nervous system 3
Meninges
Dura matter
Epidural hemorrhage
Subdural hemorrhage
3 3 layers of membrane that surround the brain/spinal cord
Tough/fibrous ... Outermost layer... In brain and spinal cord ... (Bra…
Above... Blood leak between dura matter and cranium
Below... Blood in lower layer of dura mater and subdural space
Meninges
3 3 layers of membrane that surround the brain/spinal cord
Dura matter
Tough/fibrous ... Outermost layer... In brain and spinal cord ... (Bra…
86 terms
Anatomy - Nervous System
soma (cell body)
axon
dendrite
neurilemma
consists of a single nucleus surrounded by cytoplasm
neuron process that carries impulses away from the cell body.
neuron process that transmits signals toward the cell body an…
additional sheath external to myelin that is formed by schwan…
soma (cell body)
consists of a single nucleus surrounded by cytoplasm
axon
neuron process that carries impulses away from the cell body.
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Anatomy Lab Exam #3 (NERVOUS SYSTEM)
rest and digest
fight or flight
Dendrites
Nucleus
The parasympathetic branch of the autonomic system is also kn…
The sympathetic branch of the autonomic system is also known…
Name this part of a neuron.
Name part H of this neuron.
rest and digest
The parasympathetic branch of the autonomic system is also kn…
fight or flight
The sympathetic branch of the autonomic system is also known…
Anatomy Exam 3 - Nervous System
stimulus
sensory receptors
integration
motor output
a change (e.g., temperature changes) in something outside or…
monitor changes (e.g., falling temperature)
processing and interpreting stimuli to decide "what to do..."…
response, "what is done" (e.g., shivering)
stimulus
a change (e.g., temperature changes) in something outside or…
sensory receptors
monitor changes (e.g., falling temperature)
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