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Student_Submitted_Q_Makeup_Exam - CH. 1 1.) What are the...

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CH. 1 1.) What are the primary targets for synaptic input from other neurons, and are distinguished by their high content of ribosomes? a.) Neuroglia b.) Synaptic cleft c.) Dendrites d.) Axons 2.) Which glial cells are restricted to the Central Nervous System? a.) Astrocytes b.) Schwann Cells c.) Oligoden drocytes d.) Both A and B e.) Both B and C a.) Viscerla motor systems b.) Somatic motor system c.) Enteric system d.) Autonomic motor system CH. 2 4.) The amplitude of the AP is independent of the _______________. a.) Concentration b.) Magnitude of current c.) Frequency d.) None of the above 5.) The membrane becomes extraordinarily permeable to Na + during which phase of action potential? a.) Undershoot phase b.) Overshoot phase c.) Rising phase d.) Both A and B are correct 6.) The ion substitution experiments carried out by Hodgkin and Katz provided convincing evidence that t he resting membrane potential results from ________________. a.)
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course CHEM 2341 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Texas State.

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