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3.1 An electron micrograph of an axodendritic synapse
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3.2 The three types of synaptic connections between neurons
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3.3 Axon terminal of a neuron
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Box 3.1 Just Say NO (Part 1)
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Box 3.1 Just Say NO (Part 2)
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3.4 Features of neurotransmission using neuropeptides
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3.5 Processes involved in neurotransmission at typical synapse using classical neurotransmitter
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3.6 The life cycle of the synaptic vesicle
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3.7 Terminal and somatodendritic autoreceptors
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3.8 Neurotransmitter inactivation
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3.9 Structure and function of ionotropic receptors
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Chapter 3 Opener
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3.10 Structure of metabotropic receptors
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3.11 Functions of metabotropic receptors (Part 1)
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3.11 Functions of metabotropic receptors (Part 2)
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3.12 The mechanism of action of second messengers
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3.13 Activation of trk receptors
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3.14 Summary of the mechanisms by which drugs can alter synaptic transmission
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3.15 Comparison of synaptic versus endocrine communication
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Schematic of anterior and posterior pituitary gland. Note that so-called neurosecretory cells (dark blue)
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3 Chapt 3 - 3.1 An electron micrograph of an axodendritic...

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