PSYC 211- Midterm 1 Review

Which of the following accurately represents the ow

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Unformatted text preview: à༎ docked vesicles fuse with the pre- synap1c membrane à༎ neurotransmiaer is released into the synap1c cleR and binds to receptors on post- synap1c membrane à༎ EPSP or IPSP in post- synap1c neuron d) Ca2+ channels open to allow for calcium to enter the cell à༎ this depolariza1on causes docked vesicles to fuse with the pre- synap1c membrane à༎ neurotransmiaer is then released into the synap1c cleR and binds to receptors on post- synap1c membrane à༎ EPSP or IPSP in post- synap1c neuron 10. Which of the following statements is false? a)  An example of an enzyme that deac1vates a neurotransmiaer to stop the signal at a synapse is acetylcholinesterase (AChE) b)  The reuptake of neurotransmiaer by the pre- synap1c neuron is much more common than enzyma1c deac1va1on because it does not cost the neuron any energy. c)  Autoreceptors on the pre- synap1c neuron allow the neuron to regulate how much neurotransmiaer is released d) The membrane poten1al at the post- synap1c neuron’s axon hillock is the determining factor for whether or not an ac1on poten1al will occur 10. Which of the following statements is false? a)  An example of an enzyme that deac1vates a neurotransmiaer to stop the signal at a synapse is acetylcholinesterase (AChE) b)  The reuptake of neurotransmiaer by the pre- synap1c neuron is much more common than enzyma1c deac1va1on because it does not cost the neuron any energy. c)  Autoreceptors on the pre- synap1c neuron allow the neuron to regulate how much neurotransmiaer is released...
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