What is the definition of Conductivity?

Conductivity: Conductivity refers to the ability of cells to transmit electrical impulses. Stimulation results in more than a local effect (1).

  • For example, in a muscle cell the stimulation of a motor endplate results in a change in cell membrane polarity that rapi...

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