What happens to the likelihood of firing an action potential when the ECF K increases?
a) The RMP decreases making it impossible to a neuron to fire an AP
b)The RMP goes more positive and therefore closer to the threshold so a smaller than normal stimulus could trigger a response
c)The excess K inactivates some of the channels for exchange so the depolarization is more spread over time reducing the frequencies of action potentials
d)A and C are correct
e)B and C are correct