lecture 6 notes
lecture 6 notes BISC 2320
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What is synaptic plasticity when neuronal plasticity occurs at the synapse when synaptic connectivity in neurons changes What is behavioral plasticity altering of information encoding that forms the basis of neuronal plasticity What functions do facilitation augmentation and potentiation do shortterm plasticity that enhance neurotransmitter release caused by persistent action of calcium ions in presynaptic terminal Define synaptic facilitation rapid increase in synaptic strength that occurs when two or more action potentials invade presynaptic terminal within milliseconds of eachother what is habituation when an organism responds less and becomes less sensitive when exposed to the same stimulus repeatedly give an example of behavior plasticity habituation sensitization what is sensitization animal generalizes aversive response elicited by noxious stimuli to a variety of nonnoxious stimuli where are pyramidal cells found cerebral cortex what is the difference between ltp and ltd ltds deal with schaffer collaterals and ca1 pyramidal in hippocampus ltp requires high frequency stimulation but ltd requires low frequency stimulation ltd increase epsp but ltp decrease epsp
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