PSYC 211- Midterm 1 Review

C autoreceptors on the pre synap1c neuron allow the

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Unformatted text preview: urotransmiaer is released into the synap1c cleR and binds to receptors on post- synap1c membrane à༎ EPSP or IPSP in post- synap1c neuron b)  An ac1on poten1al reaches the terminal bouton à༎ Ca2+ channels open to allow Ca2+ to leave the cell 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 c) An ac1on poten1al reaches the terminal bouton à༎ Ca2+ channels open to allow Ca2+ to enter the cell 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 9. Which of the following best describes the steps that occur at a synapse? a)  An ac1on poten1al reaches the terminal bouton à༎ Cl- channels open to allow Cl- to enter the cell 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 b)  An ac1on poten1al reaches the terminal bouton à༎ Ca2+ channels open to allow Ca2+ to leave the cell 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 c) An ac1on poten1al reaches the terminal bouton à༎ Ca2+ channels open to allow Ca2+ to enter the cell...
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