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How is action potential generated


Why does the action potential only move away from the cell body?

The areas that have had the action potential are refractory to a new action potential.


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Why does curare appear to generate an action potential?

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Action potential is initiated in the axon hillock region.


How is resting potential different from a action potential?

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