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1 Mastering Biology packaged with new Campbell textbook from the bookstore. “register at: www.masteringbiology.com click “new student.” enter the required information. COURSE ID enter: SchroederS09 Access to the online e-Book, reading quizzes, tutoring, videos, MP3 lecture videos, etc! On-Line Learning Materials Biology Book Lecture Professor Julian Schroeder I. Propagation of A.P. II. Synaptic Transmission III. Neurotransmitters IV. Postsynaptic Potentials
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2 I. PROPAGATION OF A.P. Figure 48.14 A. Propagation • Video action potential
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3 I. PROPAGATION OF A.P. B. No back propagation of A.P. because: 1) Voltage-dependent K+ channels 2) A.P. starts from cell body 3) Refractory Period Recovery time for Na+ channel (like dominos, all or none event) C. A.P. Velocity 1) Max. 120 m/sec 2) Saltatory Conduction: A.P. jumps to nodes of Ranvier I. PROPAGATION OF A.P. Figure 48.15
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4 1) Action Potential (A.P.) conducts along axon 2) Postsynaptic Potentials (P.S.P.)
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course BIOLOGY bild 2 taught by Professor Schroeder during the Spring '09 term at UCSD.

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