basic question

COLLEEN M. SPECHT v102nq9f at ubvms.cc.buffalo.edu
Tue Oct 1 08:59:27 EST 1996


In article <324FFBC0.3CB3 at charon.ns.utk.edu>, Richard Hall <hall at charon.ns.utk.edu> writes:
>Thanks for the helpful reply.  I don't really need references for the
>answer you gave, but if you wanted to try to tell me that signals can
>only flow in one direction, I would demand proof . . .
>
>I've been mulling over some ideas that are based on signals being able
>to flow in either direction, and I wanted to make sure that I wasn't
>violating established knowledge before I go too far.


has anyone mentioned on this thread yet that in situ, neurons only do transmit
an action potential in one direction because the membrane that just "did" is
momentarily refractory?





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