Drugs and the Neuroscience
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Serena is performing her first in vivo electrophysiology experiment and hopes to record an action potential. Her thesis adviser, Professor Arnulf explains to her, "Be patient, your cell will not fire an action potential until there is temporal and spatial ____."
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Professor Foxx is lecturing on the function of metabotropic receptors. She draws a flowchart (diagram illustrating a sequence of events) to demonstrate the function of these receptors. Which is the correct order displayed on the flowchart? i. metabotropic receptor
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Nerve impulses occur when a neuron undergoes a change from a resting potential to an action potential. Discuss this progression from a resting potential to an action potential and finally to a refractory period. Include in your answer a description of each phase (resting, action, refractory), such as the ion fluxes that occur at each stage and the resulting change in membrane potential.