Netter's Physiology Flash Cards by Adem Myers, Susan Mulroney

By Adem Myers, Susan Mulroney

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2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 4 Axonal Conduction Explain how myelination affects each of these parameters in an axon: 1. Membrane resistance 2. Membrane capacitance 3. Conduction velocity 4. Explain the term “saltatory conduction” in the context of the diagram. A. Unmyelinated fibers ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؊ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؉ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؉ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؊ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ ؉ Axolemma B. Myelinated fibers ؉ ؊ ؊ ؉ Axoplasm ؉ ؊ Impulse ؊ ؉ ؉ ؊ ؊ ؉ Node of Ranvier Axonal Conduction Myelin sheath 2-5 Axonal Conduction 1.

Extracellular fluid ؉ Membrane ؉ ؉ Di ffu sio ؉ A tr ؉ ctiv an spo ADP ؉ n sio ffu Di 2 ؉ ؉ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؉ 2 ؊ ؉ Protein؊ (anions) ؉ ؉ ATPase 3 Diffusion 3 Mitochondrion ATP e ؉ n 1 ؉ rt 1 Axoplasm ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ ؊ Resting Membrane Potential 2-2 Resting Membrane Potential 1. Naϩ: Naϩ is constantly transported out of the cell by Naϩ/KϩATPase. 2. Kϩ: Kϩ is constantly transported into the cell by Naaϩ/Kϩ-ATPase. 3. ClϪ: ClϪ is not actively transported, and its concentrations reflect electrochemical equilibrium.

6. 7. 8. Ca2ϩ Phospholipase C Inositol trisphosphate (IP3) Calmodulin Ca-calmodulin Myosin kinase Myosin phosphatase Intracellular free Ca2ϩ (1) can be elevated by depolarization of the cell membrane and opening of Ca2ϩ channels. It can also be elevated by binding of a ligand to a membrane receptor. In the latter case, this activates phospholipase C (2), which cleaves phosphatidyl inositol to produce IP3 (3); IP3 binds to the sarcoplasmic reticulum causing release of stored Ca2ϩ. In either case, Ca2ϩ binds to the calcium binding protein calmodulin (4), forming Ca-calmodulin (5).

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