Last Modified: 2011-06-28
Related Textbooks:Physiology of Behavior (10th Edition)
cell body>>>>terminal buttons
nourish the cell
manufacture and recycle nuerotransmitters
*sodium-potassium transporter protein
*protein channels that filter ions to create a charge.
-closed by the end of AP
-Allow one type of ion to pass
-Na flows into cell
-Na is fast
-Channels close at different times
-no action potential
-No sequence of Na+ K+
-has cable properties
2.calcium channel opens
3. Ca2+ enters terminal via Diff and E.F's
4.Vesicles fuse with terminal membrane
5.Neurotransmitter inside vesicle is released into synaptic cleft
-glia cells perform re uptake
-enzymes break neurotransmitter down
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