Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience 2004 Exercise # 2 1) Match these cellular elements to their equivalent circuit elements: Resistor Capacitor Battery Voltage source Lipid bilayer Ionic concentration gradient Ion channel Transmembrane voltage
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Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience 2004 Exercise # 2 1) Match these cellular elements to their equivalent circuit elements: Resistor Capacitor Battery Voltage source Lipid bilayer Ionic concentration gradient Ion channel Transmembrane voltage
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Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience 2004 Exercise # 3 1) Imagine that you are doing some experiments, but imagine a manipulation where you change the ionic concentration of sodium in the extracellular bath. Lets say now that the ionic concentrations
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Fall 2007 Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
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Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience 2004 Exercise # 1 1) What is the voltage at site 1? What is the voltage at site 2? What is the current at site 1? What is the current at site 2?
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2) What is the voltage at site 1? What is the voltage at
Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience 2004 Exercise # 1 1) What is the voltage at site 1? What is the voltage at site 2? What is the current at site 1? What is the current at site 2?
V volts 0 volts V/R amps V/R amps
All the voltage is dropped across