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What is a Neuron?,

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on 17 May 2016

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Transcript of What is a Neuron?,

A Neuron is a nerve cell.
What is a Neuron?
The Structure of a Neuron
The structure of a neuron enables the neuron to carry nerve impulses. The nerve impulses begin in a dendrite.Then, the impulses move through the cell body. They then travel to the axon. The axon sends the impulses away from the cell body to the axon tips at the end of the neuron
What are the 3 kinds of neurons?
The 3 kinds of neurons are; Sensory neurons, interneurons, and motor neurons.
What do those do?
The Sensory Neuron picks up a stimulus and converts it into a nerve pulse. The interneuron carries a nerve impulse to another interneuron or to a motor neuron. A mtor neuron sends an impulse to a muscle or gland
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What is a Neuron?
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