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the plasma membrane surrounding a Schwann cell of a myelinated nerve fiber and separating layers of myelin
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How do schwann cells form the myelin sheath and the neurilemma encasing the nerve processes?

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Do all nerve cells have a neurilemma?

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Is recursive function a repeating function?

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