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Administration of the NaCl and glucose solution reduces stool output. B. Glucose is used as fuel to effect the cotransport of Na and Cl across the apical membrane of intestinal epithelial cells. C. The cotransport of glucose and Na across the apical membrane of intestinal epithelial cells facilitates Na and water absorption. D. The NaCl and glucose solution empties from the stomach at a faster rate than does a solution containing NaCl alone. 2] The rate of absorption of a drug taken orally is found to increase as the dose ingested is increased up to a point where further increases in dose result in no further increases in the rate of absorption.
2] A. GABA and glycine are the most important inhibitory neurotransmitters and produce their most common inhibitory effects by opening Cl− channels and producing a current that often causes a slight hyperpolarization and always tends to clamp the neuron close to its resting potential. 3] D. In contrast to other neuronal synapses, the individual EPSPs (or EPPs) at the neuromuscular junction are normally much larger than is required to evoke an action potential, and so temporal summation does not increase the probability of firing (although high-frequency firing of the motor neuron does lead to summation of twitches and to tetanization).
Once these receptors are activated, they bind to specific DNA sequences in the hormone-responsive element of a target gene to activate or repress DNA transcription, leading to inflammatory responses, proliferation, and differentiation. REFERENCES Goodman HM. Control of cell function. In: Johnson LR, ed. Essential Medical Physiology. 3rd ed. San Diego, CA: Elsevier Academic Press; 2003:Chap 2. Roman LM. Signal transduction. In: Boron WF, Boulpaep EL, eds. Medical Physiology. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Science; 2003:Chap 4.
Case Files Physiology by Eugene Toy, Norman Weisbrodt, William Dubinsky, Roger O'Neil, Edgar Walters, Konrad Harms