Unformatted text preview: What have we seen cAMP, or Ca++, or IP3, mediate through the lectures? What have we seen cholinergic and adrenergic stimulation mediate through the lectures? There are quite a few examples of such phenomena, which are NOT mediated by one of these? Be able to predict the movement of water and ions in response to electrochemical gradients. We have also seen several different types of action potentials: neuronal/skeletal, ventricular/atrial pacemaker, smooth muscle types. What molecules and ions (moving in which direction) underlie the depolarization, repolarization, plateau phase (if any) of these? How do these action potentials differ, how are they similar? There are a similar set of questions (and answers) for the various graded potentials we’ve seen, EPSPs, IPSPs. How do the physiological examples fit into these molecular and cellular phenomena Cystic fibrosis, cholera, salivary secretion, 1/1...
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- Spring '07
- detailed physiological examples, basic cellular principles, various graded potentials