Exercise_1 - 4 Imagine this represents one piece of dendrite If you injected a voltage V o at site 1 how much voltage remains at site 2 How much

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Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience 2004 Exercise # 1 1) What is the voltage at site 1? What is the voltage at site 2? What is the current at site 1? What is the current at site 2? 2) What is the voltage at site 1? What is the voltage at site 2? How much current flows down the R1 resistor? How much current flows down the R2 resistor? How much current flows at site 1? R V 1 2 V 1 R 1 2 R 2
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3) Draw the I-V curve of an ohmic device Draw the I-V curve of a rectified device
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Unformatted text preview: 4) Imagine this represents one piece of dendrite. If you injected a voltage V o at site 1, how much voltage remains at site 2? How much voltage is “dropped” via the leak current out of the membrane? What might be a way to drop less voltage? Biologically, what would this mean? Can you think of another way to lessen the attenuation of the voltage at site 2? What would that entail, biologically? R a V o 1 R m 2...
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2009 for the course NEURAL Stats taught by Professor Bauer during the Spring '09 term at NYU.

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Exercise_1 - 4 Imagine this represents one piece of dendrite If you injected a voltage V o at site 1 how much voltage remains at site 2 How much

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