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The action potential arrives at the presynaptic terminal:CorrectIncorrect
Precursor molecules and enzymes are transported down the axon from the cell body along the microtubules:CorrectIncorrect
Enzymes in the synaptic terminal convert the precursor molecules into active neurotransmitter:CorrectIncorrect
Depolarization causes voltage-gated calcium channels to open and results in a large influx of Ca2+:CorrectIncorrect
Exocytosis: Ca2+ causes the vesicles to fuse with the membrane and release the neurotransmitter:CorrectIncorrect
The released neurotransmitter binds with the receptors on the post-synaptic terminal and generates an EPSP:CorrectIncorrect
Excitatory postsynaptic potentials (EPSP) spread out over the dendrite:CorrectIncorrect
The neurotransmitter is stored in the vesicles until released by the influx of Ca2+:CorrectIncorrect
Reuptake of the neurotransmitter limits the duration of the signal and allows the cell to recycle the neurotransmitter:CorrectIncorrect