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BIOL 3840HAnimal Physiology IITrent University WI 2019Exercise 1 - APs from Medial Neurons and Threshold Potential  (9 marks)1. (a) Include your group’s data that you recorded in Table AN-4-L4 (also provided below) so that your  TA can see your recordings. (4 marks)Table AN-4-L4: Amplitude of Action Potentials Generated by Stimulus Pulses of Different Amplitudes.StimulusStimulus Amp (V)Action Potential Amplitude (mV)Medial NeuronInitial Trial Stimulus3Threshold for Medial Neuron(b) When was threshold reached? Was it at 3 V, or higher, or lower? (2 marks)2. Does the amplitude of the action potential in the medial neuron increase when the stimulus

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