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can someone give me the steps of a neuron impulse path when you touch a hot stove? I just need the general path ....

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1. (an excellent Power Point Presentation): ecc.pima.edu/~afellah/Bio_201/saladinch13.ppt
2. (see figure 1): http://www.enneamotion.com/articles/PQandWill.html
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