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SETON HILL UNIVERSITY / Anatomy and Physiology / BIOL 214 / Explain what signal transmission is.

Explain what signal transmission is.

Explain what signal transmission is.

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School: Seton Hill University
Department: Anatomy and Physiology
Course: Anatomy and Physiology I
Professor: Bassett
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: neurotransmitters, chemical, postsynaptic, presynaptic, CNS, PNS, depolarizing, hyperpolarizing, Ionotropic & Metabotropic Receptors, summation, spatial, temporal, strychnine, glycine, acetylcholine, glutamate, GABA, Tyrosine, dopamine, serotonin, norepinephrine, Epinephrine and Norepinephrine, ATP, ADP, AMP, purines, Nitric oxide, carbon, monoxide, neuropeptides, agonist, antagonist, neurotransmitter, neural, cirucuits, Diverging, convergging, reverberating, parallel, regeneration, repair, schwann, chromatolysis, Wallerian, degeneration, Neurogenesis, and hippocampus
Cost: 25
Name: 10/14/16 Notes
Description: Notes on Signal Transmission at Synapses
Uploaded: 10/23/2016
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