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What makes neuron?
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Asked in Neuroscience
Specialized cell that makes up the nervous system?
Asked in Nerves
What happens if If a signal from a sending neuron makes the receiving neuron more negative inside?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Why is the cell body of neuron in the trophic center of neuron?
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What is the input of the neuron structure?
A dendrite (or often a small protrusion from it called a dendritic spine) is the structure of a neuron that is usually the input to the neuron. A synapse is what makes the input to a neuron, via chemical messengers called neurotransmitters. And inputs to a neuron can sometimes be made to the soma (body) of a neuron, or even to the axon. But the dendrites are the "normal" input structures.
Asked in Human and Animal Interaction
What is the first response a neuron makes to a stimulus?
Asked in Neuroscience, Neurophysiology
What element makes up the conducting parts of a neuron?
Why is a neuron called an interneuron?
A neuron is called a inter-neuron because that specific neuron takes impulse from one neuron to a next neuron. For example your sensory neuron sends a impulse that you had felt a hot object. It goes through the spine to a inter-neuron to a motor neuron (this processes is called a reflex). Then the motor neuron tells your muscles in your hand to move
Asked in Genetics
A neuron who's primary function is connecting other neurons is called?
Asked in Biology, Neuroscience, Nerves
What is the part of the neuron that decides if a message travels to the next?