ANAT 2646 Neurohistology - Intracellular Transport...

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Neurons (10 10 ) - The Basic Functional Unit (Neuron Doctrine) Types Form multipolar bipolar (retinal, cochlear, vestibular) unipolar (dorsal root ganglia) Function afferent (toward) efferent (away) interneurons (approximately 99.98%)
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Neuron General Characteristics cell body - fluid mosaic model phospholipids proteins ion pumps ion channels rough endoplasmic reticulum (Nissl bodies) dendrite axon synapses and boutons
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Unformatted text preview: Intracellular Transport Anterograde Retrograde Synapses Location Axodendritic Axosomatic Dendrodendritic Axoaxonic Somosomatic Transmission Electrical Chemical Neuroglia (supporting cells) Schwann Cells (Peripheral) Astrocytes (endothelia) Microglia (phagocytes) Oligodendrocytes (myelin) Ependymal (line ventricles)...
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