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ENDOFCHAPTER2TermsDendriticSpinesmallbudonsurfaceofdendritewwhichaterminalbuttonofanotherneuronformsasynapsePresynapticMembranemembraneofterminalbuttonthatliesadjacenttothepostsynapticmembraneandthroughwhichtheneurotransmitterisreleasedPostsynapticMembranecellmembraneoppositeterminalbuttoninsynapsemembraneofcellthatreceivesthemessageSynapticCleftspacebtwthepresynapticmembraneandthepostsynapticmembraneSynapticVesicleasmallhollowbeadlikestructurefoundinterminalbuttonscontainsmoleculesofaneurotransmitterReleaseZoneregionoftheinteriorofpresynapticmembraneofasynapsetowhichsynapticvesiclesattachandthereleasetheirneurotransmitterintothesynapticcleftPostsynapticReceptorreceptormoleculeinpostsynapticmembraneofasynapsethatcontainsabindingsiteforaneurotransmitterNeurotransmitterDependentIonChannelionchannelthatopenswhenamoleculeofaneurotransmitterbindswapostsynapticreceptorIonotropicReceptorreceptorthatcontainsabindingsiteforaneurotransmitterandanionchannelthatopenswhenamoleculeoftheneurotransmitterattachestothebindingsiteMetabotropicReceptorareceptorthatcontainsabindingsiteforaneurotransmitteractivatesanenzymethatbeginsaseriesofeventsthatopensanionchannelelsewhereinthecellsmembranewhenamoleculeoftheneurotransmitterattachestothebindingsiteGProteinproteincoupledtoametabotropicreceptorconveysmessagestoothermoleculeswhenaligandbindswithandactivatesthereceptorSecondMessengerchemicalproducedwhenaGproteinactivatesanenzymecarriesasignalthatresultsintheopeningoftheionchannelorcausesothereventstooccurinthecellExcitatoryPostsynapticPotentialESPSexcitatorydepolarizationofthepostsynapticmembraneofasynapsecausedbytheliberationoftheneurotransmitterbytheterminalbuttonInhibitoryPostsynapticPotentialIPSPinhibitoryhyperpolarizationofthepostsynapticmembraneofasynapsecausedbytheliberationofaneurotransmitterbytheterminalbuttonCHAPTER3untilpg67Neuraxis an imaginary line drawn through the center of the length of the central nervous system from the bottom of the spinal cord to the front of the forebrainAnterior With respect to the central nervous system located near or towards the head
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