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5 Matching Questions

  1. undershoot
  2. amine
  3. second order neurons
  4. parietal lobe
  5. goldman equation
  1. a - return to membrane potential to a more negative potential than at rest
    - n gate takes a long time to close
  2. b - processes sensory information from muscle and skin
  3. c - end in "-ine" or "-in"
    - made in axon terminus (synaptic vesicles)
    - DA, ACh, histanine
  4. d - used to calculate membrane potential
    - assumes that electrical field of the membrane potential is equal across the span of the membrane
  5. e - aka interneurons
    - gets information from the primary & can project info or modify locally activity of primary neurons
    - recieve synaptic input form DRG neurons
    - reside in dorsal horn and trigger reflex responses
    - also aascend to brainstem & thalamus
    - also reside in brain stem & are involved in perception

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. - a calcium dependent process
    - membrane bound individual vesicles fuse with the plasma membrane
    - spill the intracellular contents of the vesicle into the extracellular space, referred to as the synaptic cleft
  2. - facilitates current flow of ap
    - has high capacitance so the membrane stores charges and ions do not move acress the membrane
  3. - depolarization
    - threshold
    - rising phase
    - overshoot
    - falling phase
    - undershoot
    - refractory period
  4. - in PNS
    - myelinate only a single axon in the PNS
    - participates in the development & regeneration of the PNS
  5. - needed for vesicle exocytosis
    - binds to voltage sensitive calcium channel so that it is physically close to the two opposing membranes that will fuse after synaptotagmin binds calcium

5 True/False Questions

  1. glutomate- calculate membrane potential

          

  2. neurons with membranes that have a long time constant- lateral horns in the grey matter of the spinal cord
    - only at lower thoracic and upper lumbar levels
    - contain autonomic sypmathetic neuronal somas

          

  3. interaural intensity difference- your head blocks sound, so intensity is less in the ear away from the sound
    - your brain detects and computes this difference in intensity to localize sound direction

          

  4. criteria for NT1. substance must be in presynaptic neuron
    2. released by Ca+ dependent depolarization
    3. here must be receptors on post-synaptic membrane

          

  5. temporal summation- used to calculate membrane potential
    - assumes that electrical field of the membrane potential is equal across the span of the membrane

          

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