Neurotransmitters are degraded or taken Describe the mode of action of

Neurotransmitters are degraded or taken describe the

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6. Neurotransmitters are degraded or taken Describe the mode of action of excitatory and inhibitory neurotransmitters.
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Lesson 10: Organisms Sense Their EnvironmentoCompare and contrast the three categories of vertebrate sensory receptors. oExplain the 4 steps involved in conveying sensory information to the CNS. oDescribe how stimulus-gated ion channels work. oExplain the relationship between intensity of stimulus and frequency of action potentials. oExplain how mechanoreceptors are involved in hearing and balance.
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noxious substances and tissue damage free nerve endings o Thermoreceptors temperature changes contain TRP ion channels responsive to hot and cold skin and hypothalamus o Proprioceptors & Baroreceptors monitor the position and movement of the body muscle tension muscle spindles Golgi tendon organs Blood Pressure (Baroreceptors) carotid sinus aortic arch o Sound Detection outer, middle, inner ear sound waves strike tympanic membrane which sends vibrations to the bones of the middle ear oval window transfers sound to inner ear o Transduction- The Cochlea spiral-shaped complex structure that is fluid filled sound waves are converted into pressure waves cochlear duct organ of corti pressure waves vibrate the basilar membrane sensory hair cells stereocilia embedded in tectorial membrane o action potentials o Motion receptors invertebrates have statocyst: detect gravity & motion vertebrates utricle: horizontal movement saccule: vertical movement semicircular canals: detect angular motion
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