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YOUR NAME__________________________ Student ID#_________________ 1 NPB 100 MIDTERM 2 SPRING, 2009 Your signature___ KEY ___________________ Please check this box if you do not want your exam returned in the bins in the hallway… Question Score Total 1 14 2 22 3 16 4 10 5 25 6 7 7 6 TOTAL 100
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YOUR NAME__________________________ Student ID#_________________ 2 Question 1. (14 points) 1a. (2 points) What type of plasticity is seen at the synapse at the location of stimulus 2 when a tetanus is applied by stimulus 2 only?____ post-tetanic potentiation __________________ 1b. (2 points) Changes in cytoplasmic concentration of what ion causes the plasticity seen in question 1a? Calcium 1c. (2 points) Is the plasticity in question 1a due to presynaptic mechanisms, postsynaptic mechanisms, or both? Presynaptic 1d. (2 points) What type of plasticity is seen at the synapse at the location of stimulus 2 when a tetanus is applied by stimulus 1 only?_____ no plasticity _________________ 1e. (2 points) What type of plasticity is seen at the synapse at the location of stimulus 2 when a tetanus is applied by both stimulus 1 and stimulus 2? ___ associative LTP _________________ 1f. (2 points) Changes in cytoplasmic concentration of what ion causes the plasticity seen in question 1e? Calcium 1g. (2 points) Is the plasticity in question 1e due to presynaptic mechanisms, postsynaptic mechanisms, or both? Both GO ON TO NEXT PAGE
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YOUR NAME__________________________ Student ID#_________________ 3 Question 2 (22 points) You are studying a mutant sea slug which has the following circuit: DSI VSI-b C2 VSI-a Δ Sensory input 2a. (15 points) Fill in the grid on the next page for the mutant sea slug circuit. Use the following assumptions: Assumptions: Neurons have thresholds as shown on the grid.
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course NPB NPB 100 taught by Professor Campbell during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.

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