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Unformatted text preview: + channel? 6. What are the basic features of the action potential? What does it look like and is it the same in all neurons? How do the features you listed arise from the functioning of the voltage-gated channels above? What channels are involved and how do they function? 7. How does an action potential propagate? Can it go in only one direction, or is it bi-directional? Why? How can action potential movement be sped up? 8. Is transmission across a synapse the same as transmission along the axon? What kinds of receptors or channels are involved? What types of neurotransmitters are used? David H. Bos (2010). This material can be used for non-profit educational purposes, if properly attributed. All other uses are prohibited unless written permission is granted....
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