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Membrane Potential: Ion Concentration

by Thad Wilson, PhD
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    The lecture Membrane Potential: Ion Concentration by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Membrane Physiology.


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    1. Hyperpolarization
    2. Depolarization
    3. Less negative membrane voltage
    4. Nothing
    5. An influx of positive ions
    1. The difference in ion concentration between the inside and the outside of the cell
    2. The presence of recording electrodes
    3. The presence of a membrane between two solutes
    4. The presence of Intracellular fluid and extracellular fluid
    5. The presence of selective pores in the cell membrane
    1. A membrane that allows only selected types of ions to migrate across
    2. A membrane that allows passage of water
    3. A membrane that does not allow passage of water
    4. A membrane that allows passage of anions
    5. A membrane that allows passage of cations
    1. The balance of the number of charges across the membrane
    2. The number of ions on each side of the membrane
    3. The number of anions on each side of the membrane
    4. The number of cations on each side of the membrane
    5. The presence of a membrane separating two solutes
    1. ...becomes more positive
    2. ...becomes more negative
    3. ...becomes hyperpolarized
    4. ...moves the recording needle down
    5. ...does nothing

    Author of lecture Membrane Potential: Ion Concentration

     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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