(a) Contrast unipolar, bipolar, and multipolar neurons structurally. (b) Indicate where each is most likely to be found.
Lecture 6- Chapter 4 (continued) atmosphere and surface radiation/ energy balance A little review… Energy pathways o Scattering Changing directions of energy movement, without altering its wavelength (7% of earths reflectivity) o Refraction Change in speed and direction of light o Absorption Assimilation of energy by molecules and conversion to different wavelength o Transmission Energy that passes through atmosphere or water without transformation (no change in wavelength) 1. Light entering the atmosphere bends in a process known as ________. a. Reflection b. Distention c. Refracti