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Human Anatomy & PhysiologyNamePer:Dr. Achilly and Ms. BoylePPT #3 - Action Potentials 2021Part I- Define these key terms related to action potentials:A.Resting PotentialB. Depolarization:C. RepolarizationD.Hyperpolarization:E.Saltatory Conduction:Part II- Complete the steps of Action Potential:1)A neuron is stimulated when a ______ binds to a receptor.2)Some Sodium (Na+) gates open around the _______ of the neuron.3)Sodium travels ____________ through open channels.I. What 2 forces act on Sodium to make it travel?and4)If enough Na+ gates open, then the cell’s potential becomes _________.5)When the potential hits the ___mV threshold, _______ open to allow _____ to rush _____ the cell.6)The potential becomes more _____ until it reaches the __ mV threshold.7)Then, voltage-gated ____ channels all close.8)Meanwhile, a few voltage-gated K+ (Potassium) channels have opened, allowing K+ to _______
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