@agsuquillo6 asked 11 months ago.

How much energy is given to the cell during this pulse?

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@dom answered 9 months ago.

The amount of energy that's stored in the cell during this single pulse. That's why it's called "pulse." It's a single pulse, not a continuous amount of energy being put into the cell
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@trustissue answered 9 months ago.

The amount of energy that is given to a cell during an action potential is called an action potential. There is a relationship between the size of the action potential and the length of the axon. Axons with larger diameters have larger action potentials and conduction velocities.

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@zafammettete answered 11 months ago.

The amount of energy that is given to a cell during an action potential is called an action potential. There is a relationship between the size of the action potential and the length of the axon. Axons with larger diameters have larger action potentials and conduction velocities.
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@durraqammoss answered 11 months ago.

The amount of energy that's stored in the cell during this single pulse. That's why it's called "pulse." It's a single pulse, not a continuous amount of energy being put into the cell.
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