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The nervous system is composed of nerve cells also known as neurons. A neuron is electrically excitable cell that carries information through electrical and chemical signals. A neuron has a cell body (soma) with extensions (dendrites and axon) that lead off from the body.Are cells in the brain called neurons?
When most people think about the brain they think about a huge interconnected network of neurons. Neurons are often called ‘brain cells’, and the two are used interchangeably. Neurons are, of course, critical cells in the makeup of the brain and play key roles in everything the brain is able to do.Is a neuron a cell tissue or an organ?
Neurons are cells within the nervous system that transmit information to other nerve cells, muscle, or gland cells. Most neurons have a cell body, an axon, and dendrites. The cell body contains the nucleus and cytoplasm. Where are neurons found in the body and what is their function?What are the 5 types of neuroglial cells?
what are the 6 types of neuroglial cells? 1. oligodendrocytes 2. astrocyes 3. ependymal cells 4. microglia 5. schwann cells 6. satellite cells what are the types of signals between neurons and neuroglia? 1. ion fluxes 2. neurotransmitters 3. cell adhesion molecules