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What is the electrical property of the cell membrane which explains the slower changes in potential (voltage) in response to a current change?

Cytosolic Capacitence

Cytosolic Resistance

Channel Conductance

Membrane resistance

Membrane capacitence.

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What is the electrical property of the cell membrane which explains the slower changes in potential (voltage) in response to a current change?

Answer:
Membrane resistance

Explanation:

Resistance

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