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Ion Manipulation

by Thad Wilson, PhD
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    The lecture Ion Manipulation by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Membrane Physiology.


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    1. Depolarizes
    2. Increases membrane potential
    3. Hyperpolarizes
    4. Makes the membrane potential more negative
    5. Causes outflow of potassium to compensate for excess sodium in the ICF
    1. -70mV
    2. -90mV
    3. -60mV
    4. -100mV
    5. -50mV
    1. It hyperpolarizes
    2. It depolarizes
    3. It decreases membrane potential
    4. It makes the membrane potential more positive
    5. Causes inflow of sodium to compensate for the loss of potassium into the ECF
    1. Potassium
    2. Chloride
    3. Sodium
    4. Calcium
    5. HCO3-
    1. Depolarizes
    2. Hyperpolarizes
    3. Becomes more negative
    4. Goes down on the oscilloscope
    5. Remains unchanged
    1. The opening of other ion channels
    2. The loss of membrane proteins
    3. The addition of membrane proteins
    4. The closing of potassium channels
    5. The addition of more potassium channels
    1. …inward…depolarized
    2. …outward…hyperpolarized
    3. …inward…hyperpolarized
    4. …outward…depolarized
    5. …outward…isopolarized

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     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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    very clear and eazy to understand reccomended to whoever needs to study phisiology
    By RACHEL B. on 04. February 2017 for Ion Manipulation

    very clear and eazy to understand reccomended to whoever needs to study phisiology