Neurons & Glial Cells Use the terms below to fill in the gaps. (Hint: The order of the words on the pairs is the same order asthey appear in the statements.Pairs of terms related to Neural Transmissionaxon; dendritesdendrites; axonsexcitatory; inhibitorychemical; electricalelectrical; chemicalmotor; sensoryresting potential; action potentialneurotransmitter; inhibitory1. The nerve impulse within a neuron is primarily ________________________________ ; howevercommunication between neurons is ___________________________________________.2. One ________________________________ transmits information within a neuron, but a number of________________________________ on a neighbouring neuron receive this information.3. Dopamine is a ________________________________that is mostly ________________________________, so it usuallylessens the response of a receiving neuron4. The electrical charge of a neuron at rest is called its ________________________________. When incominginformation alters the threshold of a neuron to 50 millivolts or above, a nerve impulse or________________________________ sweeps down the axon.5. Information transmitted between neurons is sent in a(n) ________________________________ form. Oncereceived, this information is transmitted along a neuron in a(n) ________________________________ form.6. ________________________________ are not protected by a coating of myelin, but________________________________ are.7. When a neuron increases its response to information received from another neuron, this activity isdescribed as ________________________________. When the receiving neuron reduces its response, thisactivity is described as ________________________________.8. ________________________________ neurons transmit commands sent from the brain to muscles, glands andorgans that result in movement. ________________________________ neurons receive and transmitinformation about specific forms of external energy and internal stimulation, which is analysed andthen responded to by the brain.