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1. c- bioavailability
2. d- all of the above.
3. a- Molecules are cleared at a constant rate regardless of drug concentration.
4. b- pharmacodynamics
5. d- all of the above.
6. a- sensory neurons.
7. b- soma; chromosomes
8. c- enzymatic reactions
9. d- They are integrated at the axon hillock
10. b- coronal
11. b- axodendritic
12. a- exocytosis; Ca 2+
13. b- G proteins are activated upon binding of a neurotransmitter.
14. a- long-term changes, such as gene expression.
15. d- All of the above
1. d. Drug action; drug effects
2. d. intravenously.
3. c. nonsynthetic; oxidation
4. b. membrane-bound receptors.
5. c. Pharmacodynamic
6. d. all of the above.
7. d. All of the above statements are true.
8. a. microglia.
9. b. voltage-gated Na+ channels
10. a. nuclei; tracts
11. a. the idea of chemical neurotransmission is correct.
12. d. All of the above statements are true.
13. b. fast/ionotropic; slow/metabotropic
14. d. is the synthetic precursor to DA.
15. choice 'e' is not specified
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