Microscopic Neuroscience Trivia
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The sodium-potassium (Na+/K+) pump is an example of active transport.29truefalse
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The sodium-potassium (Na+/K+) pump is an example of active transport.truefalseTrue or False30s
How Does the Sodium-Potassium (Na+/K+) pump work?
It pumps 2 K+ ions into the cell for every 3 Na+ ions out of the cell.
It pumps 2 Na+ ions into the cell for every 3 K+ ions out of the cell.30s
What is the approximate value of the resting membrane potential?
What are the regional stages, in order, of an action potential?Users link answersLinking30s
An action potential propagates faster down a narrower neuron.falsetrueTrue or False30s
Neurotransmitters are a form of _____.
Which of the following voltage-gated ion channels is responsible for the release of neurotransmitters?
Which type of membrane protein acts as the receptor for neurotransmitters?
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