PHYG+311+Lecture+7+Haghighi+Fall+2013 lecture 19 (practice)

PHYG 311 Lecture 7 Haghighi Fall 2013 lecture 19(practice)

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Unformatted text preview: le. Assume that the EPSC will closely resemble a square pulse. (Hint: if you can’t calculate the amplitude of the EPSC, explain your strategy and then assume a reasonable number and proceed to (c). c) If the average conductance change associated with a quantum is 4 nS at the I-M synapse, calculate quantal content at this synapse? Figure 1: Representative EPSP recorded from M in response to stimulation of I. Muscarinic Response Phosphatases Counteract the Action of Kinases Passive Propagation of Synaptic Signals at the NMJ Principles of Neural Science, 4th edition Distance between the synapse and the axon hillock determines whether a neuron will fire an AP Inhibitory Synapses: Principles of Neural Science, 4th edition Distance between the synapse an the axon hillock can determine whether a neuron will fire an AP Excitatory Synapses: Principles of Neural Science, 4th edition Etherington et al., ( 2010) Synaptic Integration. DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0000208.pub2...
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2013 for the course PHGY 311 taught by Professor Cooper during the Fall '08 term at McGill.

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