GR - The Nervous System - Neurons and Synapses VI

GR - The Nervous System - Neurons and Synapses VI - Guided...

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Guided Reading - The Nervous System: Neurons and Synapses VI 1. Neurotransmitter release from synaptic vesicles is caused by Ca 2+ -synaptotagmin complex interruption of the SNARE complex. True False 2. Nitric oxide A. is a chemical messenger activating adenylate cyclase. B. stimulates the dilation of blood vessels. C. is produced from L-asparagine. D. All of the choices are correct. 3. Action potentials would be conducted most rapidly by A. a 10 mm diameter myelinated axon. B. a 10 mm diameter unmyelinated axon. C. a 40 mm diameter myelinated axon. D. a 40 mm diameter unmyelinated axon. 4. Acetylcholine can induce hyperpolarization by A. binding to nicotinic receptors. B. binding to muscarinic receptors. C. binding to a-adrenergic receptors. D. binding to b-adrenergic receptors. 5. As the intensity of a stimulus increases, more axons will become activated. This process is called A. threshold.
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