By how much does the volume of gas at 0°C contract for each decrease in temperature of 1 Celsius degree when the pressure is held constant?
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CBIO 2210 Class Notes 2/11/16 Top Hat Questions 1. Unlike skeletal muscle fibers, cardiomyocytes (pick 2) : a. Are branched b. Have gap junctions that allow ion flow to adjacent cells 2. The pacemaker potential of autorhythmic cells is due to: a. Sodium flowing through “slow” sodium channels (never get a resting period) 3. Parasympathetic(slows heartrate back down) impulses from the vagus nerve releases_____, causing a ______ of the pacemaker cells a. Acetylcholine; hyperpolarization(makes them slightly more negative which makes them slightly less likely to respond to a stimulus) ARP in Skeletal Muscle Due to this short ARP, skeletal muscle can respond to a new stimulus before it has
Textbook: Conceptual Physics
Author: Paul G. Hewitt
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