Neurobiology is the branch of biology that deals with nervous system functions and structures. More particularly, neurobiology centres around the cells and tissues of the sensory system and manners by which they can frame structures and circuits (pathways) for controlling the body. This system incorporates common structures, such as the brain and spinal cord, and nerves. Neurobiology can be classified as a sub-discipline within the broader field of physiology. It is generally wide as a logical field, and can be connected to numerous creature types, including people, vertebrate (creatures with spines), and invertebrates (creatures without spines). The term 'neurobiology' is regularly utilized as a substitute for neuroscience, however the key refinement is that neurobiology is frequently constrained to simply the natural part of this framework, and not the interdisciplinary perspectives that we find in neuroscience.
- Track 1-1 History of Neurobiology
- Track 2-2 Modern Neuroscience
- Track 3-3 Neurobiology vs Neuroscience
- Track 4-4 Future Scope of Neurobiology