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What is a graded action potential ,when talking about the nervous system, in human anatomy? 

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Graded potentials are changes in membrane potential that vary in size. They include diverse potentials such as receptor potentials, electronic potentials, slow-wave potentials which scale with the magnitude of the stimulu...

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