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What part of the neuron receives information and always travels towards the cell boby?
Dendrites.
What carries the impulse to other neurons or to effectors?
Axon.
What is the protective membrane that helps in re-generation of a neuron?
Neurilemma.
What should all pathways include?
Reception
Transmittion
Processing
What is the All or None Theory?
The neuron either responds fully or not at all.
What is the Threshold Stimuli?
The minium level of stimulus required to start an action potential.
What is the resting state?
Its set up by a Na and K pump. CAuse high concentration of Na outside and K inside.
What is happening when the neuron is stimulated enough to cause NA gates to open?
Depolarization.
What does CNS stand for?
Cental Nervous System.
What is summation?
The sum effects of all neurrotransmitters acting on a neuron.