the neurotransmitter glutamate opens channels that are permeable to sodium ions. what effect does glutamate produce on a postsynaptic neuron?

the neurotransmitter glutamate opens channels that are permeable to sodium ions. what effect does glutamate produce on a postsynaptic neuron?


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    which of the following terms best characterizes catabolite repression associated with the lac operon in e. coli?

    which of the following terms best characterizes catabolite repression associated with the lac operon in e. coli?


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    • which of the following terms best characterizes catabolite repression associated with the lac operon in e. coli?

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      the aphelion is the point in the orbit where the planet is the furthest distance from the sun, the perihelion is the point at which the planet is closest to the sun.

      the aphelion is the point in the orbit where the planet is the furthest distance from the sun, the perihelion is the point at which the planet is closest to the sun.


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      • the aphelion is the point in the orbit where the planet is the furthest distance from the sun, the perihelion is the point at which the planet is closest to the sun.

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        a newly developed drug works by blocking thyroid hormone receptors throughout the body. which of the following would be expected to occur in a patient who is taking this drug?

        a newly developed drug works by blocking thyroid hormone receptors throughout the body. which of the following would be expected to occur in a patient who is taking this drug?


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        • a newly developed drug works by blocking thyroid hormone receptors throughout the body. which of the following would be expected to occur in a patient who is taking this drug?

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          a mixture of helium, neon and argon gases have a total pressure of 790 mmhg. if there is 118.5 mmhg of argon, 474 mmhg of helium, what is the partial pressure of the neon gas?

          a mixture of helium, neon and argon gases have a total pressure of 790 mmhg. if there is 118.5 mmhg of argon, 474 mmhg of helium, what is the partial pressure of the neon gas?


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          • a mixture of helium, neon and argon gases have a total pressure of 790 mmhg. if there is 118.5 mmhg of argon, 474 mmhg of helium, what is the partial pressure of the neon gas?

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            a standing wave is established in an organ pipe that is closed at one end. what is located at the open and closed ends of the pipe?

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              what is the equation describing the motion of a mass on the end of a spring which is stretched 8.8 cm from equilibrium and then released from rest, and whose period is 0.66 s? assume that the displacement at the start of the motion is positive.

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              when a small volume of naoh solution is added to a acetate/acetic acid buffer system, which of the following occur?

              when a small volume of naoh solution is added to a acetate/acetic acid buffer system, which of the following occur?


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              • when a small volume of naoh solution is added to a acetate/acetic acid buffer system, which of the following occur?

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                a small propeller airplane can comfortably achieve a high enough speed to take off on a runway that is 1/4 mile long. a large, fully loaded passenger jet has about the same acceleration from rest, but it needs to achieve twice the speed to take off.

                a small propeller airplane can comfortably achieve a high enough speed to take off on a runway that is 1/4 mile long. a large, fully loaded passenger jet has about the same acceleration from rest, but it needs to achieve twice the speed to take off.