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When mechanically deformed _____ cause an _____ potential in the _________ of a ________. If sufficient ________ can surpass _________ causing an _________ potential. Neurotransmitters made on _______ ribosomes and transported through _______ be specific release in response to an _______ of ______ and the winding together of _________. The raspberry noodle Tract runs from ______ to ________ carrying information on the best way to make noodles from raspberries. Transcription occurs in _________ of 1 sensory afferents in the __________. These neurons release ___________ on ____ and _____ to complete the ____________. Information is also passed up the __________ and the __________ in order to process _________ and _________ information respectively.When mechanically deformed __stretch activated na channels__ cause an __generator__ potential in the __input region__ of a __primary sensory neuron__. If sufficient __epsps__ can surpass __threshold__ causing an __action__ potential. Neurotransmitters made on __bound__ ribosomes and transported through __fast axoplasmic__ (be specific) release in response to an __influx__ of __ca2+__ and the winding together of __snare proteins__. The raspberry noodle Tract runs from __raspberry__ to __noodle__ carrying information on the best way to make noodles from raspberries. Transcription occurs in __nucleus__ of 1 sensory afferents in the __dorsal root ganglion__. These neurons release __excitatory (glutamate or ach)__ on __lmn__ neurons and __inhibitory inter__ neurons to complete the __reflex arc__. Information is also passed up the __DCML__ and the __STT__ in order to process __proprioception/vibration/fine touch__ and __pain/temp/crude touch__ information respectively. Pancreatic beta cells produce insulin for the body. In order to secrete it into the blood, it must be transported long distance through the cell on microtubules, which are cytoskeletal polymers made of 13 monomers of tubulin. To build these “highways”, the cell will copy the relevant DNA in the nucleus to mRNA in a process called transcription. The resulting strand will then be edited to remove the introns, and the remaining exons will leave through the nuclear pores. Once in the cytoplasm, the edited mRNA will be translated on free


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