Problem: What must be present at the postsynaptic site within a chemical synapse for the signal to be transmitted?a) Membrane receptors that bind neurotransmitter moleculesb) Postsynaptic vesicles containing neurotransmitter moleculesc) Postsynaptic vesicles containing sodium ionsd) Membrane receptors that bind calcium ions

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In chemical synapses, the signal is transmitted using neurotransmitters from the presynaptic site to the postsynaptic site.

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What must be present at the postsynaptic site within a chemical synapse for the signal to be transmitted?

a) Membrane receptors that bind neurotransmitter molecules

b) Postsynaptic vesicles containing neurotransmitter molecules

c) Postsynaptic vesicles containing sodium ions

d) Membrane receptors that bind calcium ions

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