lecture 4 notes
lecture 4 notes BISC 2320
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Where action potentials propagated? Nodes of ranvier Where are action potentials initiated? axon hillock What is a receptor potential? What is an action potential? How is excess glutamate taken up? EAATs Nearly all excitatory neurons are…. glutamatergic How is glutamate packaged? VGLUT What are the three main types of glutamate receptors? Kainate, AMPA, NMDA What are three types of ionotropic receptors? all the glutamate ones Kainate, AMPA, NMDA What is the difference between ionotropic and metabotropic receptors? metabotropic receptors are excitatory or inhibitory. ionotropic receptors are only excitatory. What are examples of metabotropic receptors? GABA, Acetylcholine Glycine receptors are….. pentameric ionotropic channels What is the myotatic reflex? afferent neurons that control reflex are sensory neurons whose cell bodies lie in peripheral dorsal ganglia motor neurons control flexors and extensors interneurons receive synaptic contacts and make synapses to project onto the flexor muscles For essay: Know how the myotatic reflex works forwards and backwards.
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