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I need help with the Physioex exercise 3 questions
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2. what is meant by the term graded potential?
5. what part of a neuron was investigated in this activity?

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I need help with the Physioex exercise 3 questions
Apr 7, 2012

2. what is meant by the term graded potential?

Graded potentials are brief, localized changes in the membrane potential that can be either depolarizing or hyperpolarizing.

5. what part of a neuron was investigated in this activity?

The trigger zone was investigated. This is where the axon hillock and the initial segment come together.



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