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Jeremy Chau J2Chau@ucsd.edu BILD 2 Discussion Section 10/18/10 Synaptic Transmission 1. Chemical synapses 2. Structure a. Pre-synaptic nerve terminal : Definition: Synaptic Vesicle b. Post-synaptic Neurons : 3. A chemical Synapse and Role of Ca2+ in synaptic transmission :
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Jeremy Chau J2Chau@ucsd.edu 4. Ways to remove NT from synaptic cleft: 5. Model Example: Vertebrate a. Neuromuscular Junction (NMJ)
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Drugs : a. Nerve Gas/ Insecticides = b. Snake venoms = c. Curare = b. Question If you were exposed to nerve gas and the function of nerve gas is to functions by blocking acetylcholinesterase, how will this affect your muscle functions and your ability to breathe? Jeremy Chau J2Chau@ucsd.edu Sensory and Motor Pathways:...
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