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Each hair cell reeases an excitatory neurotransmitter at a synapse with a sensory
neuron, which conducts actior potentials to the CNS. Bending in one direction
depolarizes the hair cell, causing 't to release more neurotransmitter and.
izes the hair cell, causing 't to release more neurotransmitter and increasing
frequency of action potentials in the sensory "reuron.-r Bending in the other direct'
on has the opposite effects. Thus, hair cells respond to the direction of motion as
The increased Ca2+ concentration causes synaptic vesicles to release
neurotransmitter. the cell to release neurotransmitter onto a sensory neuron,
which transmits action potentials to the brain. Smell in Humans Olfactory receptor
cells are ...
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