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SimBio Action Potentials Extended “Section 1: Neurons Communicate” In “Section 1: Neurons Communicate” of the SimBio Action Potentials Extended simulation is an illustration of the concept of microscopic imbalance of charge across the plasma membrane of nerve cells (but, of course, without violation of macroscopic electroneutrality). This concept of microscopic imbalance was introduced in lecture as a source of the membrane potential. In the SimBio example of the nociceptive neuron, what is the resting membrane potential? [Fill in the blank.] The resting membrane potential, V_m, is about_mV. [Answer in a short phrase or sentence.] How did you determine V_m in this case? _ In “Section 1: Neurons Communicate” of the SimBio Action Potentials Extended simulation, the action potential in the nociceptive neuron was shown to move from the receptive field in the fingertip to the synapse in the spinal cord. About how long does it take for this action potential signal to pass from the fingertip to the spinal cord? [Fill in the blank.] It takes about_milliseconds (ms). [Fill in the blank.] And in seconds (s), the elapsed time is about_s. If the distance traveled from the fingertip to the spinal cord is about 1 meter (m), then what is the velocity of the action potential (in meters per second (m s^-1)? [Fill in the blank] The conduction velocity of the action potential is about_m-s^-1. How is the intensity of the nociceptive stimulus “coded” for interpretation by the central nervous system? [Answer in a short phrase or sentence.] _ [Circle the correct option to correctly complete the sentences.] Botulinum toxin blocks (action potential propagation OR neurotransmitter release). Lidocaine blocks (action potential propagation OR neurotransmitter release). Turn in this worksheet on Wednesday, 09/13/2017, for point credit. Late submissions will not be accepted.