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(Redirected from Nerve impulse) Jump to: navigation, search. Figure 1. A. ... An action potential (or nerve impulse) is a transient alteration of the ...
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Aspects of the topic nerve-impulse are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References local anesthetics ( in drug (chemical agent): Local anesthetics ) Local anesthetics can block conduction of nerve impulses along all types of nerve fibres, including motor nerve fibres that carry impulses from the brain to the periphery. It is a common...
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A nerve provides a common pathway for the electrochemical nerve impulses that ... A nerve conveys information in the form of electrochemical impulses (known as ...
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Information about nerve impulse in the free online ... the local voltage change across the cell wall as a nerve impulse is transmitted ...
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Nerve-Impulse Transmitter. acetylcholine, contributing research ... Nerve Impulses ... An action potential (or nerve impulse) is a transient alteration of the ...
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The nature of nerve impulses, however, differs entirely from electromagnetic ... The nerve impulse is a sharp change of the membrane potential. ...
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As we have noted before, a nerve impulse is like the transmission of an ... When a nerve is not actively transmitting an impulse, it is said to be in a resting state. ...
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But conduction of a nerve impulse down a single neuron would serve no purpose ... that travel from one neuron to the other to regenerate the nerve impulse. ...
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... which do not initiate the nerve impulse are called "submiminal. ... may ultimately cause the discharge of a nerve impulse. ... Nerve Impulse ...
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Nerve cells (neurons) are specialized so that at one end there is a flared ... Nerve impulses are transmitted through the synaptic gap via chemical signals in ...
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Researchers have discovered the mechanism that facilitates how two ion channels ... The nerve impulse is able to skip across the unmyelinated regions of the axon at ...
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... electrical impulse propagates down the fiber-like extension of the nerve cell (the axon) ... Transmission of a nerve impulse along an axon ...
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