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45. A neurotransmitter is released into a synapse by which part of a neuron?A. dendriteB. myelinC. cell bodyD. terminal button
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46. What is a neurotransmitter?
47. Transmission at synapses
48. What happens at a synapse?
49. In the great majority of cases, transmission of information at a synapse depends onA. mechanical vibration.B. electricity.C. magnetic fields.D. chemicals.
50. Nearly all illegal recreational drugs AND legal medical drugs (such as those used tocombat Parkinson's disease and depression) exert their effects at
51. Drugs that affect behavior—including both medical drugs such as Ritalin and illegaldrugs such as cocaine—exert their effects mainly by altering the
52. Nearly all medical and recreational drugs that modify people's experiences exerttheir effects at
53. Suppose a neuron is receiving a mixture of excitatory and inhibitory synapticmessages and producing a few action potentials. What will happen if someone injects adrug that blocks the inhibitory synapses?A. The neuron will produce more action potentials than before.B. The neuron will produce fewer action potentials than before.C. The neuron will produce the same number of action potentials as before but they willtravel at a lower velocity.D. The activity of the neuron will be unchanged.
54. Researchers have discovered that each neurotransmitter in the brain has

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