... which binds to receptors facing into the synapse
post-synaptic cell. The pre-synaptic ... elaborate form of junction called an electrical synapse
Signalling across chemical synapses
... case of hyperpolarizing currents. Whether a synapse
is excitatory or inhibitory depends on what ...
... In such dendrites the voltage change that results from stimulation at a synapse
may extend both towards and away from the soma. In other dendrites, ... from many others, particularly those that input only weakly (more at synapse
). This integration is in aspects "temporal" -- involving the summation of ...
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
... brain , information is passed between two neurons (nerve cells) via a synapse
, a small gap between the cells. The neuron that sends the information ... effect on brain functions. Second, pure serotonin would turn on every synapse
it reaches, whereas SSRIs only enhance a signal that is already present, ...
... Quorum sensing
SI derived unit
Some pictures that display diffusion and osmosis
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... top-down approach of psychology .
The concern of neuroscience includes such diverse topics as
the operation of neurotransmitters at the synapse
the biological mechanisms that underlie learning (both declarative learning and motor learning );
how genes contribute to neural ...
... membrane through which ions can pass. These ions will then relay the signal. An example for this mechanism is found in the receiving cell of a synapse
Signal transduction of transmembrane receptors on change of transmembrane potential
An ion channel can also open when the receptor is ...