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Test #4 matching questions - Matchthefollowing: 18) Period...

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Match the following:  18) 
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Period  during  which the  neuron  cannot  respond to a  second  stimulus, no  matter how  strong. 
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A) 
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Relative  refractory  period 
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Repolarization
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D) 
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Action potential 1 9
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The interior  of the cell  becomes  less  negative  due to an  influx of  sodium ions. 
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Absolute refractory period
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The specific period during  which potassium ions  diffuse out of the neuron  due to a change in  membrane permeability.  2 1) 
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Also called a nerve impulse  transmitted by axons.  2 2) 
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An exceptionally strong  stimulus can trigger a  response.  Match the following:  3) 
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Numerous  nerve  impulses  arriving at a  synapse at  closely  timed  intervals  exert a  cumulative  effect. 
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Spatial  summation 
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Threshold stimulus
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2011 for the course BIO 2113 taught by Professor Gantt during the Spring '11 term at Chatt Tech.

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