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Name the three types of neurons?
sensory,interneuron,motor
A motor neuron will stimulate an effector if?
it has a sufficient excitatory impulses are received from association neurons
Name the ion that rushes in during action potential?
sodium (NA)
Name all of the parts of a neuron?
Dendrites,Nuleuos,Cellbody,Nodes Of Ravier,Myelin Sheath,End Plate,Axon, and Nearalema
Name three different kinds of neural transmitters?
Acetyicholine,Dopamine,Seratonin
What is a Summation?
It's the sum effect of all neurotransmitters acting on a neuron.
What is a Synapse?
A space between a neurons axon and its target.
What is the All or None theory?
The neuron either responds fully (threshhold was reached) or not at all.
What is the role of cholinesterase in neuron transmission across the synapse?
To destroy acetyicholine
What does pre/possynaptic neuron mean?
Presynaptic neuron are before the cleft and possynaptic are afer the cleft