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NEURON ACTION POTENTIAL (MADE EASY)

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Grimladi (1 день назад)
wow best explanation
ajay (15 дней назад)
maam super
Kimia Khoshroo (21 день назад)
Thank you so much!!!! You made this very easy to understand!
Somendra sharma (23 дня назад)
Respected sir if you could explain that how action potential is transfeered from one Na vgc to neighboring Na vgc along axon, sir i will be thankful to you. In vedio it is only explains generation at one Na vgc
Sandra Dee (1 месяц назад)
thank you
Ayesha Mazhar (2 месяца назад)
I like your videos very much you are masteer in explaining pharmacology lectures ..love from pakistan
Spencer Gustafson (3 месяца назад)
get a new mic you sound like your talking through a straw.
Maricarmen (3 месяца назад)
Thank you for making this subject more easy to understand.
Nhatrang Nguyen (3 месяца назад)
the best video on this subject that i've found on youtube!!
ms.none (4 месяца назад)
bless you for posting this video. <3
Shakir (5 месяцев назад)
gimp
Jessie R (5 месяцев назад)
THANK YOU!
Trevor McCart (5 месяцев назад)
Hi doctor nick!
Shubham Gadakh (5 месяцев назад)
Very easy to understand Thank you
David E (6 месяцев назад)
Aren't schwann cells primarily in the PNS? Oligodenrocytes form the myelin sheaths in the CNS
reem meshal (6 месяцев назад)
thank you!
Malia Ahmed (6 месяцев назад)
This is great, but I believe the channels are only located on the nodes of Ranvier, not on the myelin sheath. The myelin sheath speeds the passage of the ions.
Speed Pharmacology (6 месяцев назад)
Your'e correct. I focused so much on making this as easy to understand as possible that I completely forgot to mention that.
Official Kelby (6 месяцев назад)
Definitely one of the easiest way to learn about AP!!
Lizzy G (6 месяцев назад)
thank you, you're explanation was short and sweet and explained everything perfectly
Diego Garrido Mendoza (7 месяцев назад)
I agree! The best explanation by far I've found. Can I find more about this topic (neuronal electro-physiology) in your channel?
Flash Games (7 месяцев назад)
i googled action potential for retarded people and this video came up... THANKS!
Kania Rimu (8 месяцев назад)
you rock!
Vladimir Matveev (8 месяцев назад)
Unresolved contradictions in the science of the origin of life. The membrane theory of biopotentials leads to a dead end. Watch the video for details: https://youtu.be/0yMTnXI6UEA
MakParis Supreme (9 месяцев назад)
why is this so boring!?!?!?!?!? (this is why i don't watch the vids for the my homework)
Mikayla Elmashni (9 месяцев назад)
So when does the actual action occur (like kicking your leg)?
Mikayla Elmashni (8 месяцев назад)
Thank you so much!!!!!!
nomaan syed (8 месяцев назад)
Mikayla Elmashni when the nerve stimulates the muscles in your legs for that particular action. This video shows how a nerve conducts (how the information travels inside th nerve).... It will first go from your eyes to your brain. And then your brain will send the signal to your leg muscles to kick. And thats how you kick something. :)
D (9 месяцев назад)
best explanation on the internet! thanks
Megha Gala (11 месяцев назад)
This genuinely helped me. Thank you
Ava Pashmchi (11 месяцев назад)
This is awesome!! The best explanation ever!! :D thank you
H MZ (1 год назад)
Thaaaaaaank you for the quick beneficial explanation
Why so serious ? (1 год назад)
thank youuuuuu
Violet sa (1 год назад)
thank you !!
Manoj Bhaskar (1 год назад)
I love science and l learning new and new in my mind..
Teresa Fok (1 год назад)
Great! Thank you
Himanshu Das (1 год назад)
student friendly explanation, thank you,
Livin' Like Larry (1 год назад)
Please can anyone help me understand the purpose of Sodium activation and inactivation channels? And why Potassium has only one activation gate?
Trendy Gillies (1 год назад)
You did make it easy. I keep forgetting how it works no matter how many times I read. I think a video would help me to stick the material in my brain. Thank you!
Muaz Mhd. El-khaTim (1 год назад)
Truly the best video in youtube .. THANK YOU for making my day man 🙏
Jeremy Cornwell (1 год назад)
Relays
Julia Rose Dowell (1 год назад)
This is brilliant and short and sweet. thanks so much for making this!
Laraib Kiran (1 год назад)
MASHALLA amazing
Harrison Torres (1 год назад)
Great video! Finally someone explains it in a language I can understand!
Medical laboratory 37 (11 месяцев назад)
I would say finally someone explains it...
aka amazing (1 год назад)
how long is the axon
Nand Javia (1 год назад)
It can be pretty long, sometimes from spinal cord to toes.
GoodCat01210 (1 год назад)
Is it bugging anyone else that hes showing the action potential happening within the section covered by the myelin sheath? As far as i know, this process occurs at the Nodes of Ranvier.
Speed Pharmacology (1 год назад)
you're right. ion flow across the membrane occurs only at the nodes of Ranvier. however, the main purpose of this video was to illustrate only the very basic idea of how neuron action potential works. obviously it's an oversimplified explanation
ghoyatul muna (1 год назад)
Wow amazing.... thanks !!! :)
I Joyce Kyere (1 год назад)
Thanks very much
ziqah razak (1 год назад)
thankyou sir!
Studying Decay (1 год назад)
If both sodium and potassium are positive why is the inside of the membrane negative?
Laraib Rafique (20 дней назад)
Because of the presence of other types of negative ions such as RNA and Protien
Studying Decay (1 год назад)
+Habiba Q Thanks for the answer. This is correct for anyone else reading. I had my professor explain it to me and this is basically what he said.
Habiba (1 год назад)
Although both sodium and potassium ions are positive and are moving in and out of the cell, in total there are more positive ions moving out of the cell than entering the inside. The sodium-potassium pump is moving 3 sodium ions outside whilst moving only 2 potassium ions inside. So that's why the inside of the cell is said to be RELATIVELY negative than the outside. So basically it just has less positive ions inside of the membrane in comparison to the outside.
Vince Li (1 год назад)
There are a lot of negatively charge proteins inside the cell membrane.
Josh Henderson (1 год назад)
The Na+/K+ pump is NOT responsible for the membrane potential to go from hyperpolarization to its resting state. This happens through the passive movement of ions through leak channels!!
Misa Sadin (1 год назад)
Josh Henderson I
Glitterfm2133 (1 год назад)
Josh Henderson no it is the NA+ k+ pump
Jana Ross (1 год назад)
thank u so much wow
sophia fleetwood (1 год назад)
Thanks for the help
Sarah Milke (1 год назад)
This is the best explanation i have come across! Thank you so much
Tara (2 года назад)
Thanks, you made it very clear sir!
cotino79 (2 года назад)
Finally I get it!!!
Theater Kid (2 года назад)
Thank you, sir. You're awesome!
arjun , (2 года назад)
woww, thankk you so much , sir . really appreciate your work. Now i know why its negative 70 inside ,bcoz we r comparing it with outside .
Atg Indian (2 года назад)
Thank you..
Georges Bekhaazi (2 года назад)
Very helpful .Thank YOU

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