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Chapter 5


Video Description:

Atropine is the toxin of the belladonna and the antidote to Muscarine. Atropine can push Acetylcholine away from receptors (so it is also named a "Parasympatholytikum").

1. Atropine (green) blocks one sort of receptors, but doesn't reach every receptor of the dendrite (in the video: just the yellow ones) Too less Na+ -ions pour into the next nerve cell to cause an action potential...

2. it leads to an insufficient difference of voltage between the dendrite and synaptic cleft.