spikes 1_GHK_more_propag

spikes 1_GHK_more_propag - Na is zero what happens if P...

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1)one spike @ one point along an axon 2)multiple spikes @ one point along an axon 3)one spike propagating along an axon
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1) one spike @ one point 1) resting potential (E rest ) 2) Nernst equation for K ions (E K ) 3) Nernst equation for Na ions (E Na ) 4) leak K channels 5) leak Na channels 6) stimulus-gated channels 7) voltage-gated Na channels 8) voltage-gated K channels 9) changes in membrane permeability to Na & K ions 10)why spikes can be constant amplitude 11)ATPase 59 log @ room T GOLDMAN-HODGKIN-KATZ (GHQ) equation what happens if P
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Unformatted text preview: Na is zero? what happens if P Na >> P K ? E m 2) multiple spikes @ one point 1) absolute refractory period 2) Na channel gating: closed – open – inactivated 3) relative refractory period 4) increase of spike frequency with stimulus intensity 1) spike initiation zone 2) spike @ A is stimulus for spike @ B, etc. 3) dependence of conduction velocity on axon diameter 4) dependence of conduction velocity on capacitance 5) myelin, nodes of Ranvier, demyelination 3) one spike propagating along an axon...
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