neurons

Any of the conducting cells of the nervous system. A typical neuron consists of a cell body, containing the nucleus and the surrounding cytoplasm (perikaryon); several short radiating processes (dendrites); and one long process (the axon), which terminates in twiglike branches (telodendrons) and may have branches (collaterals) projecting along its ...
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NEURONS

Every single nerve contains bundles of nerve cells or neurons, i.e. the messengers of the nervous system. Each neuron consists of a control centre and fibres of varying lengths.
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Neurons

Highly specialized cells that generate and transmit bioelectric impulses from one part of the body t
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Neurons

Neurons are our body's chemical messengers. 10-12 billion neurons make up our nervous system that transmit information to and from our brain and around our body. 80% of the body's neurons are found on the outer layer of the brain, our cerebral cortex. Neurons are of three main types, sensory neurons, motor neurons, and interneurons.
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