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Part H - Putting the Events of the Action Potential into the Correct Sequential Order

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Cell becomes more
negative than
resting membrane
potential due to
Graded potential
that depolarizes
membrane to
Falling phase
causes the
Rising phase
causes the
membrane
Resting membrane
potential is
re-established
k+
permeability
Na permeability
increases
cells membrane
increases
slow closure of
threshold reaches
potential to
become negative
potential to
reach +30 mV
voltage-gated
Kt channels
the trigger zone
Voltage-gated
Voltage-gated
Kt channels
Nat channels
open
open
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Help Reset Cell becomes more negative than resting membrane potential due to Graded potential that depolarizes membrane to Falling phase causes the Rising phase causes the membrane Resting membrane potential is re-established k+ permeability Na permeability increases cells membrane increases slow closure of threshold reaches potential to become negative potential to reach +30 mV voltage-gated Kt channels the trigger zone Voltage-gated Voltage-gated Kt channels Nat channels open open

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Action potential can be explained as the rapid rise and the fall of the membrane potential of a specific region within the cell. Th...

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