What is the process of axonal conduction?
Positive ions are pumped in and out of the axon, further up each time, to create a temporary attraction and draw the action potential along.
Information is conducted through the axon in the form of electricity, which is negatively charged. This is called the action potential.
The inside of the neuron is relatively negative compared to the outside. This is also called polar.
When the action potential enters the axon it stimulates
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