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Can you name the Anatomy Neurons and Neuroglia?

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always in sensory or afferent (to the brain)
only sensory neurons that are not unipolar, are interneurons used in olfactory (smell) and optic (sight), found in the brain
found in the central nervous system, myelin sheath around axon (schwann cells of the CNS)
carrier impulse away from cell body and towards axon terminal
nucleus with cytoplasm and cell organells
releases neurotransmitters (ACh) stimulate thte next neuron or muscle
found in CNS- takes up excess neurotransmitter- nourishes- Blood-Brain barrier- filters toxins
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space btw schwann cell
'fatty material'-increases the rate of nerve impulse and insulates
plasma membrane surrounding myelin, regenerates nerve fibers
In the PNS they are always motor neurons, found also in the CNS, take messages away form the brain (efferent)
found in PNS and around axon of neuron
recieves stimuli or impulse
impulse is strong enough this is triggered

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