• Biology
    , in the membrane of the Pacinian corpuscle, and in the membrane of the free nerve ending? Your answer: I believe the efflux of K+ ions is managed by passive K+ channels 2. What is meant by the term graded potential? Your answer: They are changed in the membrane potential that are either...
    Premium 938 Words 4 Pages
  • Physio Ex 9.0 Exercsie 3
    channels are likely found in the membrane of the olfactory receptor, in the membrane of the Pacinian corpuscle, and in the membrane of the free nerve ending? ______________________________ Olfactory Receptor: Na+ ion channels Pacinian Corpuscle: K+ leakage channels Free Nerve Ending: Na+ ion...
    Premium 2144 Words 9 Pages
  • Physioex 3
    potassium ions (as demonstrated in Activity 1). What passive channels are likely found in the membrane of the olfactory receptor, in the membrane of the Pacinian corpuscle, and in the membrane of the free nerve ending? Chemical and pressure channels. 2. What is meant by the term graded...
    Premium 950 Words 4 Pages
  • Physioex
    likely found in the membrane of the olfactory receptor, in the membrane of the Pacinian corpuscle, and in the membrane of the free nerve ending? Your answer: Olfactory Receptor: Na+ ion channels Pacinian Corpuscle: K+ leakage channels Free Nerve Ending: Na+ ion channel 2. What is meant by the...
    Premium 2220 Words 9 Pages
  • Neurophysiology of Nerve Impulses
    . | | | Sensory neurons have a resting membrane potential based on the efflux of potassium ions (as |Pacinian corpuscle- Pressure | |demonstrated in Activity 1.) What passive channels are likely found in the membrane of the...
    Premium 1839 Words 8 Pages
  • Physio Ex 9.0 Exercise 3
    ). What passive channels are likely found in the membrane of the olfactory receptor, in the membrane of the Pacinian corpuscle, and in the membrane of the free nerve ending? Your answer: Passive channels that are likely to be found in the membrane of both the olfactory receptor and the free nerve...
    Premium 2964 Words 12 Pages
  • Moby Dick
    (as demonstrated in Activity 1). What passive channels are likely found in the membrane of the olfactory receptor, in the membrane of the Pacinian corpuscle, and in the membrane of the free nerve ending? ___ ___ ___ 2. What is meant by the term graded potential? ___ ___ ___ 3. Identify which...
    Premium 1236 Words 5 Pages
  • Case Study
    ions (as demonstrated in Activity 1). What passive channels are likely found in the membrane of the olfactory receptor, in the membrane of the Pacinian corpuscle, and in the membrane of the free nerve ending...
    Premium 1260 Words 6 Pages
  • Physioex9.0 Review Sheet 3
    . Activity 2: Receptor Potential 1. Sensory neurons have a resting potential based on the efflux of potassium ions. What passive channels are likely found in the membrane of the olfactory receptor, in the membrane of the Pacinian corpuscle, and in the membrane of the free nerve ending? Passive...
    Premium 2320 Words 10 Pages
  • Metabolic
    | | |demonstrated in Activity 1.) What passive channels are likely found in the membrane of the | | |olfactory receptor, in the membrane of the Pacinian corpuscle, and in the...
    Premium 1273 Words 6 Pages
  • Neurophysiology of Nerve Impulses
    have a resting membrane potential based on the efflux of potassium ions (as demonstrated in Activity 1.) What passive channels are likely found in the membrane of the olfactory receptor, in the membrane of the Pacinian corpuscle, and in the membrane of the free nerve ending? 11. What is meant by...
    Premium 1542 Words 7 Pages
  • Physioex 9.0 Exercise 3
    prediction because I predicted that high intensity chemical would induce the largest-amplitude receptor potential in the olfactory receptors. 5. The Pacinian corpuscle and free nerve ending will likely not have a membrane protein that recognizes other molecules because their stimulus modality are...
    Premium 1270 Words 6 Pages
  • Exercise 3: Neurophysiology of Nerve Impulses
    the Pacinian corpuscle to pressure in this simulation was ____ mV. 10. Sensory neurons have a resting membrane potential based on the efflux of potassium ions (as demonstrated in Activity 1.) What passive channels are likely found in the membrane of the olfactory receptor, in the membrane of...
    Premium 1413 Words 6 Pages
  • Physio Ex 9 Exercise 3 Review Sheet Answers
    | | |olfactory receptor, in the membrane of the Pacinian corpuscle, and in the membrane of the free | | |nerve ending...
    Premium 2034 Words 9 Pages
  • Physioexactivity3
    : 1. Passive potassium channels are most likely found in the membrane of the olfactory receptor, in the membrane of the Pacinian corpuscle, and in the membrane of the free nerve ending. 2. Graded potential is the change in the membrane potential that can be depolarized or hyperpolarized. 3...
    Premium 1432 Words 6 Pages
  • PSL300 Study Notes
    receptors  neurons with free nerve endings These sense temperature and noxious stimuli Complex neural receptors are neurons with their endings in connective-tissue capsules E.g. Pacinian corpuscle  senses touch Consists of nerve ending encased in multiple layers of connective tissue Most...
    Premium 4661 Words 19 Pages
  • Chapter Test Review
    . The basilar membrane 21. The anterior semicircular duct 22. The organ of Corti 23. The crista ampullaris 24. The macula sacculi 25. The macula utriculi 26. Free nerve endings 27. Proprioceptors 28. Krause end bulbs 29. Lamellated corpuscles 30. Tactile...
    Premium 1275 Words 6 Pages
  • Biology
    endings are intermediate adapting. * Rapidly adapting: Rapidly adapting mechanoreceptors include Meissner corpuscle end-organs, Pacinian corpuscle end-organs, hair follicle receptors and some free nerve endings. * Rapidly adapting type I mechanoreceptors have multiple Meissner corpuscle end...
    Premium 14783 Words 60 Pages
  • Physiology and Molecular Biology Exam 3
    . Meissner’s corpuscle (sensitive touch) 3. Ruffini ending (touch, pressure) 4. Pacinian corpuscle (pressure) 1. The channels functioning in the skin receptors are still unknown 2. The space between these layers “absorbs” steady pressures, but not abrupt...
    Premium 8655 Words 35 Pages
  • Sensory Organs
    membrane potential of a sensory receptor cell. This change is known as a(n) (action/generator) potential. 2. The compression of the free nerve endings inside a Pacinian corpuscle causes the opening of (potassium/sodium) channels embedded in the nerve membranes. 3. The number of impulses reaching the...
    Premium 2870 Words 12 Pages