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What are the three types of neurons?
Motor, sensory, and interneuron.
What are the 4 stages of the action potential?
Refractory periond, depolarization, repolarization, and undershoot.
What are the three types of neurons?
Motor, sensory, and interneuron.
What are the 4 stages of the action potential?
Refractory periond, depolarization, repolarization, and undershoot.
What are the 8 parts of the neuron?
Dendrites, Nucleous, cell body, nodes of ranvier, myelin sheath, end plate, axon, and neuralemma.
What is summation?
The sum effect of all neurotransmitters actiong on an neuron.
What is the all or none theory?
The neuron eitherresponds fully (threshold was reached) or not at all
What is action potential?
A rapid reversoal of charge across the axon membrane (membrane depolarized).
What are the four membrane potential graph?
rest, depolarized, repolarized, and under shoot.
What does pre/postsynaptic mean?
before and after.