Answer questions 2-62. At the molecular level, what causes the absolute refractory period?3. At the molecular level, what is different during the relative refractory period?4. What would happen if Na+ channels opened and stayed open?5. How is stimulus intensity coded in APs?6. What effect does AP frequency have on NT release?

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Answer questions 2-6

2. At the molecular level, what causes the absolute refractory period?

3. At the molecular level, what is different during the relative refractory period?

4. What would happen if Na+ channels opened and stayed open?

5. How is stimulus intensity coded in APs?

6. What effect does AP frequency have on NT release?

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The absolute refractory period marks depolarisation and repolarisation in heart. During this period, sodium ions concentration rise inside the cell taking the potenti...

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