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Nervous System

Kate Fruge, Phillip Tijerina, Ryan Gillette

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1.Form the myelin sheath.
5.Brings information from the body's organs toward the central nervous system.
7.Connect one neuron to another within the spinal cord and brain, this happens in about 90% of all neurons.
9.A single long extension of the cell body; also called a nerve fiber.
10.Make up the myelin sheaths in the central nervous system.
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2.Short regions of exposed axon between sections of the myelin sheath.
3.Composed of fatty material coat sections of the axon, speeding nerve impulse conduction.
4.Conducts its message from the central nervous system toward an effector: a muscle or gland.
6.Contains the nucleus, mitochondria that supply ATP, ribosomes that manufacture proteins, and other organelles.
8.Short branched extensions that transmit information toward the cell body.

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