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NERVE RULES

Nervous System - Basics

QuestionAnswer
Electrical wave of depolarization Sweeps down a motor cells long axons && brings around contraction of every voluntary muscle fibers
Gap several hundred hydrogen molecules wide && axon branched tip nestles Synapse
Phospholipid bilayer surrounding the muscle-fiber Sarcolema
Nerve cell discharges occurs via the fundamental law known as the... all-or-none phenomenon
The balance between an electrical pull in one direction and a concentration gradient is known as... electrochemical gradient
Electrical Gradient strength 0.070 mV
Muscle Stiffness Cystic Fibrosis && Myotonia
Saltatory Jumping
Insulation Myelination
Created by: Vsevolod-Notes