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The excitable tissues (Nerve+ Muscle)

The excitable tissues (Nerve+ Muscle)

The excitable tissues (Nerve+ Muscle). Objectives At the end of this lecture the student should be able to : Describe the voltage-gated sodium and potassium membrane channels and their states .

By thuy
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Boundless Lecture Slides

Boundless Lecture Slides

Boundless Lecture Slides. Available on the Boundless Teaching Platform. Free to share, print, make copies and changes. Get yours at www.boundless.com. Using Boundless Presentations. Boundless Teaching Platform

By riordan
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CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY

CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY

CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY. STUDENT MANUAL Dr. Guido E. Santacana. CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY LECTURES. STUDENT LECTURE NOTEBOOK Guido E. Santacana Ph.D. DEPT. of PHYSIOLOGY. INTRODUCTION TO CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY. GENERAL ASPECTS OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM.

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2010 - Lecture 6 Chapter 4 Neural Condition: Synaptic Transmission

2010 - Lecture 6 Chapter 4 Neural Condition: Synaptic Transmission

2010 - Lecture 6 Chapter 4 Neural Condition: Synaptic Transmission. Chemical Transmission Transmitting Step : presynaptic cell release NT 2. Receptive Step : NT binds postsynaptically to chemically gated (ion) channel. presynaptic. postsynaptic. Resting membrane potential : AT REST

By helmut
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CMB710

CMB710

CMB710. Lecture # 2. Membrane Potentials. Resting and Action Potentials can be understood in terms of ion gradients, the Nernst equilibrium , and ion channels. Ionic Gradients. Charged solutes. A quick review of electricity. Charge is something that particles can have as either + or -.

By flann
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Control of Cell Volume and Membrane Potential

Control of Cell Volume and Membrane Potential

Control of Cell Volume and Membrane Potential. Basic reference: Keener and Sneyd, Mathematical Physiology. Basic problem. The cell is full of stuff. Proteins, ions, fats, etc. Ordinarily, these would cause huge osmotic pressures, sucking water into the cell.

By kert
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Origins of Membrane Potential in Cells

Origins of Membrane Potential in Cells

Origins of Membrane Potential in Cells. Biophysics 702 Chen Gu. What is membrane potential ? Why is it important? How is membrane potential generated? How do we calculate membrane potential ? How does membrane potential encode signals?

By oren
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SISTEM SARAF HEWAN

SISTEM SARAF HEWAN

giant axon. central nervous system. associative neurons. brain. brain. ventral nerve cords. nerve cords. peripheral nerves. radial nerve. nerve ribs. nerve net. Mollusk. Earthworm. Arthropod. Flatworm Platyhelminthes. Cnidarian. Echinoderm. SISTEM SARAF HEWAN.

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Neuronal Anatomy and Communication

Neuronal Anatomy and Communication

Neuronal Anatomy and Communication. Cells of the Nervous System: Neurons. Three types of neurons: Sensory neurons Motor neurons Interneurons. Neuronal structure. Soma Dendrites Axon Terminal buttons Synaptic cleft. Neuronal classifications. Multipolar neuron. Bipolar neuron (a)

By arnold
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Agents used in cardiac arrhythmias

Agents used in cardiac arrhythmias

Agents used in cardiac arrhythmias. Martin Štěrba, PharmD., PhD. Department of Pharmacology Faculty of Medicine HK, Charles University. Normal conduction within the heart. According to Katzung's Basic & Clinical Pharmacology . McGraw-Hill Medical; 9 edition (December 15, 2003). Aorta.

By waite
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Control of Cell Volume and Membrane Potential

Control of Cell Volume and Membrane Potential

Control of Cell Volume and Membrane Potential. James Sneyd Auckland University, New Zealand. Basic reference: Keener and Sneyd, Mathematical Physiology (Springer, 1998). A nice cell picture. Basic problem. The cell is full of stuff. Proteins, ions, fats, etc.

By bela
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Membrane Potentials and Action Potentials

Membrane Potentials and Action Potentials

Membrane Potentials and Action Potentials. Guyton 2011 Chapter 5. Membrane Potentials and Action Potentials. Resting Membrane Potential. Membrane Potentials and Action Potentials. Membrane potentials caused by ion diffusion. Na. Ca. -90 mv. Cl. Electrical Gradient. Chemical Gradient.

By armand
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Neural Conduction

Neural Conduction

Neural Conduction. biologyaspoetry.com. Resting Membrane Potential. A cell’s membrane potential is the difference in the electrical potential ( ≈ charge) between the inside and outside of the cell. The inside of the neuron is negative with respect to the outside. -70mV.

By pekelo
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Biomedical Instrumentation

Biomedical Instrumentation

Biomedical Instrumentation. Prof. Dr. Nizamettin AYDIN naydin @ yildiz .edu.tr naydin @ ieee.org http:// www.yildiz .edu.tr/~naydin. Resting and action potentials. The resting potential is the result of an unequal distribution of ions across the membrane.

By vilina
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Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives. Organization of the Nervous System Electrical Signaling Chemical Signaling Networks of Neurons that Convey Sensation Networks for Emotions & Behavior or Motor Systems. Evaluations: 5 Exams plus a Final

By sofia
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Ionic Basis of the Resting Membrane Potential

Ionic Basis of the Resting Membrane Potential

Week 3. Ionic Basis of the Resting Membrane Potential. Properties of microelectrodes. Effects of K + on resting membrane potential (RMP). Transient effects of K + and Cl - on RMP. Cl - solution. 50% NaCl. SO 4 solution.

By asasia
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Nervous System

Nervous System

Nervous System. Brain, spinal cord, efferent and afferent neurons Pattern of information flow:. Receptor Afferent path Integration Efferent Path Effect. Central Nervous System (CNS). Main cell types are neurons and glial cells. Typical Arrangement of Neural Connections.

By jock
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MED 1200

MED 1200

MED 1200. Membrane Excitability Tutorial. Dr. Stephen Gee. You may only access and use this PowerPoint presentation for educational purposes. You may not post this presentation online or distribute it without the permission of the author. Objectives. Resting Membrane Potential

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The Nervous System: Structure and Control of Movement Dr. Kyle Coffey

The Nervous System: Structure and Control of Movement Dr. Kyle Coffey

The Nervous System: Structure and Control of Movement Dr. Kyle Coffey. Week 6&7. The Nervous System. Way the body perceives, adapts, and responds to the internal and external environments Touch, pain, temperature 4 major functions:

By ciaran-oneil
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Regulation of peripheral circulation: introduction

Regulation of peripheral circulation: introduction

Regulation of peripheral circulation: introduction. Ion channels, membrane potential & vascular tone. Intrinsic control of resistance vessels Metabolic control Autoregulation Endothelial factors Extrinsic control of resistance vessels. RMP = resting membrane potential

By garth-west
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