How much more intense than the threshold of hearing is a sound of 10 dB? 30 dB? 60 dB?
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Block 3 Lecture 2 - The Synapse and Synaptic Transmission 1. Identify and describe the synapse Synapse - joining of cell Presynaptic neuron - toward the synapse Postsynaptic neuron - away from the synapse Axosomatic synapse - attached to dendrite Axodendritic synapse - attached to soma Axoaxonal synapse - attached at axon hillock - greatest influence dude to voltage decay of graded potential...
Textbook: Conceptual Physics
Author: Paul G. Hewitt
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