Explaining Electrical Conductivity in Neurons!

Unit 5: Neuron Structure and Function
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: Students will plan and conduct an investigation to describe why dissolved ions are good conductors of electrical impulses in the axon of the neuron.

Big Idea: Neurons are specialized to conduct electrical impulses using varied ion concentrations.

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