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Excitation of Nerve and Muscle J Dudel
Synaptic Transmission R F Schmidt
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action potential activity afferent fibers amplitude animal autonomic axons body brain stem Ca++ concentration called cardiac cerebellar cerebellum connections constant contractile force contraction depolarization diagram dorsal root effectors efferent efflux electrode electrotonic potential end plate EPSP equilibrium potential example excitation extensor extrapyramidal filaments flexor function ganglia heart hypothalamus Ia fibers increases inhibition inhibitory innervated interneurons intestinal intracellular intrafusal muscle fibers IPSP isometric K+ ions large number measured membrane potential monosynaptic motoaxons motoneurons motor centers motor cortex msec muscle cells muscle spindles myosin Na+ ions nerve fibers nervous system neurons nuclei parasympathetic pathways peripheral postganglionic preganglionic presynaptic propagated action potential Purkinje cells pyramidal tract receptor potential reflex arc region resting potential result sarcomere segments sensory shown in Fig skeletal muscle skin smooth muscle sodium somatic spinal cord stimulus intensity stretch reflex subsynaptic membrane sympathetic temperature tendon organs thalamus threshold tion transmitter substance triggered velocity