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1 What is a membrane potential? What maintains membrane potential? Which ions are higher outside, which inside? Cells are electrically ___________ inside relative to outside 1 Action potential arrives 2 Vesicle fuses with plasma membrane _______ of presynaptic neuron ______SYNAPTIC NEURON ________ ________ _______ 3 Neurotransmitter is released into synaptic cleft SYNAPSE _______ ________ ______SYNAPTIC NEURON Ion channels molecules? 4 _______________ binds to receptor 5 Ion channel ______ Receptor Ions Neurotransmitter 6 Ion channel ________ Neurotransmitter broken down and released Neurons communicate at synapses label the figure describe the sequence of events what results? which neurotransmitters are amino acids? are these mainly in the CNS, PNS, or neuromuscular junction? which neurotransmitters are biogenic amines? in what diseases are these important?
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2 electric and chemical signals are converted at the synapse Presynaptic terminal
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